## Reflection: Shared Expectations Make Picture Graphs - Section 3: Independent Practice

My students really enjoyed this lesson.  One thing that I noticed was when it came to asking their classmates the questions in the independent activity, they tended to ask more than ten students.  To prevent this from occurring again, I would put them in groups of ten and have them ask the others in their group.

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# Make Picture Graphs

Unit 4: Charts and Graphs
Lesson 2 of 9

## Big Idea: A picture is worth a thousand words! In this lesson, children use symbols or pictures to collect, organize, and record data.

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60 minutes

### Lisa Murdock

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