Category Archives: Graphing
Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! “Will the Groundhog See Its Shadow?” Yes responses colored and cut groundhogs with shadows. No responses colored and cut groundhogs without shadows. top of graph: … Continue reading
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Submitted by Jenny S. “When I Was Born I weighed About…” My 2nd graders were studying weight and capacity. They also had to estimate weights. With a quick note going home to parents explaining what we were doing in math, … Continue reading
Submitted by Irma T. Find pictures to depict each season as shown on this graph. Students choose their favorite season, color a picture, and glue it to the graph. Follow up with questions such as: – Which is the favorite … Continue reading
Submitted by Kimberly D. Favorite P.E. Activity graph Along the bottom, list activities that you have done in P.E. class. Have students illustrate the picture of the activity on a sticky note. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
Description from http://teachhighschoolmath.blogspot.com I like it because it is very easy to use. It can graph my lines in color. It can graph an inequality. It is absolutely free. It doesn’t have all the bells and whistles that a TI-84 … Continue reading
Use the book, Apple Fractions while teaching this lesson. Bring in red, green and yellow apples for this lesson. Read the book Apple Fractions by Jerry Pallotta. After you read and discuss this, begin cutting apples into the fraction you … Continue reading