Archive for the ‘Graphing’ Category

Classroom Job Necklaces

Building student agency in your classroom is extremely important to build independent learners and give back some of the responsibility to the class. Using classroom jobs is one way to allow for you to work independently with a small groups while the class still functions and completes their work. I created these job necklaces to…

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Barter & Trade

Barter & Trade Lesson Plan By: Casey Keenan Subject: Social Studies- Economics/Financial Literacy Grade: K-3rd Grade Objectives: SS.300.40.02 Economic Systems and the Role of Government in the Economy a.1 Identify markets that are not face-to-face meetings, such as Internet shopping, phone ordering, or catalog shopping. a.2 Describe how countries around the world trade in the…

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Jelly Bean Graph

Today we graphed jelly beans by their color. You can even do them by their flavor! Here is what we used! I placed about 30 jelly beans (jolly rancher) in a snack bag for each student. I used Jolly Rancher jelly beans because their colors are orange, purple, green, red, blue, and pink. We also…

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Apples, Apples, Apples

September is known for it’s apples! Help the kids understand that apples don’t just come from the grocery store. Math is a good time to do this activity. It involves voting and simply graphing. :-) I bought a jar of apple butter, a jug of apple cider, some red, yellow and green apples, and some…

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