Big Idea:My students have learned how to read and write time. Now I want them to see how important time is for us to organize our lives. I want them to use data charts for schedules and be able to analyze the information.
Big Idea:They are sponges and love learning about current events. I am taking advantage of this and having them build a graph of their favorite Olympic events. They will use this graph to compare and contrast data points.
Big Idea:My students need continuous practice with building graphs and comparing/contrasting information on the graphs. Here they will use their family tree to build a graph and find how many in all along with how many more or less.
Big Idea:My class has been learning how to organize data using different types of charts and graphs. This lesson is teaching them about the format of a pictograph and how to answer questions about a pictograph.
Big Idea:My students need continuous practice with building graphs and comparing/contrasting data information on the graphs. Here they will use tally information to build a bar graph and report about more, less and totals for categories on the graph.