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Melissa McDonald

Real Object Graph

Grades: Kindergarten
Subjects: Math

Student Instructions

1. Click the link to watch this short video of the girl sorting and graphing her m n ms. Notice how she starts her graph on the bottom. She is using the real m n ms, so this is called a real object graph. 2. Go find 1-2 handfuls of any small object around your house. You are going to use these to make your own real object graph. Handfuls of objects could be, legos, cereal, candies, fruit snacks, etc. Just make sure whatever you choose, can be sorted into different groups. 3. Sort your objects into groups and line them up to make a graph. Make sure you start your graph on the bottom and work up like the girl in the video did. 4. Take a photo of your real object graph. 5. Push the mic and tell me what objects you used and count and tell me how many of each item you have. Which had the most? Which had the least?' 6. Push the green check 2 times to turn it in.