This resource includes data sheets that can be printed on to 3x3 sticky notes. This resource is great for use in the special education classroom, where often many different types of data systems are utilized. Having these data sheets printed on sticky notes allows for quick, easy access when working with multiple students or across multiple settings.
Types of graphs will be discussed in our math lesson the first day of the lesson. Stephanie can use this to explain the different types of graphs we will encounter in describing the changes due to the increase in railroads.
This resource may be the best thing you didn't know you needed! It is truly different from most data and graphing activities for primary kids. With this one set of 10 no-prep printable, your students will work on: - data charts- graphing- tallies- 3 addend problems- reasoning- comparingKids will use clues (who doesn't like a mystery?) about data to figure out how they will fill out a data chart or bar graph.