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# Valentine's Candy Graph

Unit 9: Graphs, Tables, and Charts
Lesson 6 of 9

## Big Idea: First graders need to be able to organize and interpret data. I am taking advantage of our holiday party and encouraging my students to graph their candy hearts and decipher their results.

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Math, Data collection / Organization / Display, First Grade, compare data, more or less, pictograph, bar graph, charts, organization, graph
30 minutes

### Jennifer Moon

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