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    • Beth Murphy

      Awesome graphing math center

    • Michelle Sterner-Goulding

      Shape Graphing Freebie

    • Dorothy Hicks

      Standard 2.MD.10: Draw a picture graph and a bar graph to represent a data set with up to four categories. Students will grab a handful of pattern blocks, tally the number of each shape, and make a graph using the worksheet. Great for practicing bar graphs before students can draw one on their own. I will explain why it is called a bar graph, and ask the students to show the same data in a picture graph. This is also good for reviewing tallying and names of the shapes.

    • Kelly Scott

      Peterson's Pad: graph pattern blocks

    • Danielle Buz

      Grab & Graph activity using pattern blocks. Adapt for quadrilaterals!

    • Taylor Lynden

      Pattern block graph

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