I like the design of the infographic and how it has a chart section, percentage and all different kinds of way to show the information. Also. the color scheme is really cool, with 2 neutral colors, black and white, and a cool teal color
We recently spoke with a few teachers on how they bring important content learning & investigations to outdoor play. This teacher introduced predicting & graphing on the playground! During a study of balls, each child was invited to choose a ball from the classroom that he/she predicted would roll down the slide. Using chart paper & photographs of the individual balls, children were able to then document their findings after testing their predictions. How have you introduced graphing…
Adding Doubles and a Freebie -To develop speed on this important skill, see how many your students can complete in two minutes…give the test once a week and chart growth (also good to use as a graphing activity!)
Do your students need help identifying important nonfiction text features? This teachers pay teachers activity will help them compare and contrast as well as identify the table of contents, index, bold words, headings, captions, graphs/charts, and the glossary.