## Reflection: Developing a Conceptual Understanding Make Tally Charts - Section 4: Closing/Summarizing

When I went back to check the student journals, many of the students wrote a question where they are adding two categories together - for example: How many chose apples and yogurt together.

I liked that they were able to share their questions with classmates, but would have liked to have seen more questions where they were comparing one category to another.

Student questioning
Developing a Conceptual Understanding: Student questioning

# Make Tally Charts

Unit 4: Charts and Graphs
Lesson 6 of 9

## Big Idea: What's Up Tally Cat? In this lesson, students will learn how to make their own charts using tally marks.

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Math, charts, graph
60 minutes

### Lisa Murdock

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