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Saturday, June 9, 2012

Graphing Anchor Chart and Vocabulary

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6 comments:

J Tilton said...

Thank you for explaining how you make your graphs. I like that the pieces are laminated and then put on as part of your lessons for the week. Your anchor charts are super cute!
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Busy Bees said...

You are on a roll. I love anchor charts and have a long to do list for them this summer!
Robynn
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Kindergarten Myles said...

I like your story about the raft. My class loves to spin to gather data for a graph. Having done these, sorting objects and taking surveys with pencil/paper and using the computer program Graphers (we even used your Spin a Graph and did one as a survey as well to compare), this last week of school I asked my class "if we know our question (do you want ice cream or popsicles?) but we don't already have data to make our graph what are we going to do?" They insisted we were going to sort and looked at me quite funny when I said "but we haven't collected any data to sort". Next year, I think I will create an anchor chart like yours with choices under collect data. We add words to our Math talk and discuss them and talk about our outcomes but I like detail in your chart.

Jessica said...

So cute!!! And I love that you created a math vocab packet! I may have to check it out for next year! =)

Lisa R. said...

I am definitely interested in your Math Vocabulary Journal too! I'm going to check it out now. :)

Lisa
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Lisa said...

Hello! I just found your blog and look forward to reading more posts! I'm also your newest follower! Come visit me at: teachingkindergartenkiddos.blogspot.com

~ Lisa

 
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