# Math - Data and Probability

Here's a rubric for evaluating bar and line graphs.

Make Your Own Bar Graph: Turn Off the Television! - Subject: Math. Skill: Graphing. Materials Needed: 1 sheet of graph paper (per student)

Here's a packet with guidelines for a project on graphing. It includes a terrific checklist for reviewing completed graphs.

Here's a nice set of materials for graphing data generated by rolling a die. Includes a bar graph and line plot.

Deal or no deal- Math Probability game. I plan on doing this with the probability unit next year!

Simple way to make bar graphs REAL to the kids. LOVE this idea and you'll love the video too!

Candy Experiments - Sour Test!

LEGO Math by Erin Bittman, weareteachers #Math #LEGO

Vivien from #csermooc suggested this list of books! "Illustrating a connection between handing data everyday activities can be introduced early through storytelling. There are so many children's books that deal with quantities, patterns processes that can be used to support activities focusing on data .... Here is a collection of picture books that are just right for this purpose".

Blog post about a great game for teaching probability - "Remove One."

Fun ways to learn to make a graph

Coordinate Graphing (With Nerf Guns!) Students shoot a foam bullet at the board and then write down the coordinates. Have students write down coordinates ahead of time and see who gets hit.

Neat idea for Family Math Night - or an activity for parents to do while waiting for appointment at Parent Teachers conferences!

A Differentiated Kindergarten: Using spinners and cd cases to differentiate a ton of activities!

Data statistics: mean, median, mode, range

TONS of awesome foldables in all shapes sizes, for all subjects, and even has a Dr. Seuss hat foldable.