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These FREE printable worksheets for kids are great for practicing spatial concepts! These patterns worksheets can be used as homework, bell-ringer activity, warm-up activity, or speech therapy work. Fun activity for your kindergarten or grade 1 students! #freeworksheets #freeprintables #spatialreasoning #spatialawareness #activityforkids #patternsworksheets
Nantia Kara saved to Μαθήματα
Grab Sort and Graph is such a fun math center - kids just grab a handful, make it into a bar graph, and record the graph they grabbed! Love!
Here you'll find some fantastic probability and graphing anchor charts.
alandawaller saved to Math
Fun ways to teach math in 1st Grade! Centers, practice pages, assessments and tracking all included!
Games are such a fun way to teach kids math! Click to learn how to teach graphing with hands-on activities. This complete curriculum bundle includes math centers, practice pages, posters, lesson plans, assessments and more, for ALL grade-level standards!
The Moffatt Girls saved to Math
Vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, or chocolate chip? Sweeten up graph practice with this simple picture graph!
Jessica Nelson saved to Home Ed!
Engaging, hands-on, interactive, math stations on graphs and data. Help your students with analyzing, naming, & reading graphs, analyzing & organizing data, tally charts, bar graphs, picture graphs, pictographs, real object graphs, charts, and building a graph with these math centers. These math station ideas and math games on graphs and data, graphing are perfect for kindergarten, first grade, and second grade. Read "Math Stations by Standard" at www.tunstallsteachingtidbits.com
Create class pictographs when teaching graphing to keep your students engaged!
Teaching in Stripes saved to Math
Pictograph worksheets provide the best-practice environment for students to reinforce the knowledge in analyzing data. Picture graphs also included.
Cindy Ragan saved to School
After reading Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes, we created this bar graph as a class. If you have never read the story, it is the perfect text for the first week of school. It is about a girl (mouse) named Chrysanthemum who loves loves LOVES school but begins to dread it when other kids make fun of her name. You can do a lot of things with this book - do a lesson on anti-bullying, talk about name meanings, or create a bar graph like this! For the activity I chose to go with, I had the kids…
Elizabeth Condra saved to First Grade 22-23
In this math worksheet, your child will study each picture graph to answer addition, subtraction, estimation, and relative value questions.
Stephanie Morgan saved to Math: Graphing/Tallies