Sometimes, coloring is looked at as a filler especially from outside eyesbut Christmas is right around the corner! Grinch Day is available only through my Christmas Bundle. Designing Your Space - One of the hardest things I have had to do with using Orton-Gillingham has been keeping the reminders where my students can see them.
Watermelon glyph [scroll down] See Math Glyphs for additional background, photos of student glyphs and links to glyphs students can make throughout the school year. What's in a Name? These activities were developed to help students learn and recognize the names of their classmates: Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes presents an excellent opportunity for a data collection activity as students collect data on the lengths of their names, comparing them to the length of Chrysanthemum's name.
Some primary teachers use this as an introductory reading activity in the beginning of the year as students learn to "read" their classmates' names. A video of this book is also available as a possible culminating activity.
Teachers may also extend the book to include more formal data anaylsis through line plots, graphing and identifying statistical landmarks median, mode, range of the collected data.
Extend the activity by creating a line plot of the values of student names and analyzing the results, as appropriate, for the grade level.
Explore letter symmetry in student names. Extend the activity by creating a class graph showing how many symmetric letters are in first or last names of students in the class. Identify the range, mode, median of the data. Back-to-School Problem Solving September is a great time for data collection activities as students are naturally curious about their new classmates.
Ask questions that require students to analyze data and support their conclusions. Challenge students to solve some of these problems to practice collecting, organizing and analyzing data in real-life applications.
Require students to explain their reasoning and solution to develop mathematical communication skills.
Birthdays requires students to interpret data in a bar graph. Favorite Pets requires students to analyze the information in a tally chart of students' favorite pets. Pet Survey equires that students use data in a frequency table to construct a bar graph and answer questions about the graph. Favorite Ice Cream requires students to analyze the information in a tally chart about chocolate and vanilla ice cream.
The Favorite Pets problem requires students to complete a tally chart, answer questions about the data and create a bar graph of the survey results. In iPod Songs students must read data in a table and create a bar graph of the results. Lunch Choices investigates the combinations, given different menu choices.
Back to School Crypto-List:Fun spring themed resources for kids including printable activity worksheets; suitable for Kindergarten through Grade 6. Back-to-School Problem Solving September is a great time for data collection activities as students are naturally curious about their new classmates.
Ask questions that require students to analyze data and support their conclusions. South Padre Island Spring Break Must-See Photos & Videos. John Witiw. Sure, most people think of Florida when they think of Spring Break, but you can think beyond the coasts.
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