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Kirsten Holmes

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Math Question - Day 6

1. Tap the add button 2. Look at the picture. There are onion, tomatoes, garlic, basil, and red peppers in the picture. 3. Use the drawing tool and label tool to make a bar graph that shows how many of each fruit and vegetable is in the picture. Create a bar graph to represent the fruits and vegetables in the picture. (2.MD.D.10) 4. Tap the caption button and write or record yourself explaining your thinking. 5. Click the green check two times to post your work. After the image: *Estimate the lengths of the fruits and vegetables and make a line plot about the data. Learn more about line plots here: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/early-math/cc-early-math-measure-data-topic/cc-early-math-line-plots/v/introduction-to-line-plots *There are thousands of different types of tomatoes, what kind of tomatoes do your family and friends enjoy eating? Create a survey to find out. Here's a sample survey you can use to help you create yours: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_mieVEhjKG5YWJjZWNhZDYtM2QyZi00ZmVhLWIxMjUtNzM1MmFkYWE0Mjg5/view *Related children’s book: Growing Vegetable Soup by Lois Ehlert *What fruits and vegetables do you see around you? Draw a picture of your favorite and explain why it is your favorite. Be sure to add it to your Seesaw Journal! * Take a picture, or draw, a group of fruits and vegetables and ask someone 3 questions to answer about them. Be sure to share your work by posting to your Seesaw Journal! For fun, you might record your interview. 😃 credit: https://www.illustrativemathematics.org/

2nd Grade, Math
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