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# How Many Siblings Do You Have?

Unit 9: Graphs, Tables, and Charts
Lesson 4 of 9

## 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.

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Math, Data Use and Analysis, Data collection / Organization / Display, bar graph, First Grade, more, Less, charts, organization, pictograph, graph
40 minutes

### Jennifer Moon

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