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Melissa McDonald

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Create Your Own Real Object Graph

1. Look at the picture of the real object graph. Then go find anything in your house you want to sort and turn in to a real object graph. Make sure you have enough to make a graph with 3 or more categories. Objects can be toys, cereals, pastas, rocks, leaves, flowers, silverware, dishes, etc. Just make sure you ask you parents first if it is okay to use those things. 2. Sort your objects and create a real object graph. Your graph can go up and down and start on the bottom, or your graph can go side to side and start on the left side. 3. Don't forget to give you graph a title and label the categories. 4. Push the and take a picture of your graph. Then push the and tell me about your graph. What is the title? What are the categories? What do you notice about your graph? How many of each are in each category? Which has the least? Which has the most? 5. OR, if you don't want to take a picture, you can push the and take a video showing me your graph and telling me all about it. Don't forget to tell me what the title is? What are the categories? What do you notice about your graph? How many of each are in each category? Which has the least? Which has the most? 6. Push the green to turn it in. Have fun creating!

Kindergarten, Math
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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