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Emily Dunnagan

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Creating Graphs and Tables

How can we use data and graphs in our own lives? Do you know how to construct pictographs, tables, bar charts and tally charts? Watch this video before you start: https://www.loom.com/share/4c0d8ad98bf74f719fb7079d06bdb07f Part 1: 1. Find a collection of similar items you have at home (socks, legos, dolls, etc.) Take a photo photo (page 1) 2. Sort your collection into smaller groups by color, type, or size. Take a photo photo 3. Make a Tally Chart or T chart (page 2) about the data you collected using shapes and label or pencil Part 2: 4. Make a pictograph or a bar graph about your data (page 3). You can do this on paper and take a photo photo. OR use your seesaw tools to draw a graph Part 3: 5. Answer Questions about your data (page 4) Success Criteria: I can collect data and organize it in a list, a chart, and graph. I can answer questions about the data such as how many in each group, which group has more, and which group has less.

1st Grade, Math
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