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Reading and Creating Pictographs

Posted on : 27-07-2009 | By : InteractiveEducator | In : 3-6 Math, Tables and Graphs

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The websites:

Classroom Applications:

Whole Class Activity:  The slide show on the first website can assist with introducing pictographs to your class.  The site particularly focuses on paying attention to the key so that you interpret the meaning of each picture correctly.

Reading and Creating Bar Graphs

Posted on : 10-07-2009 | By : InteractiveEducator | In : Tables and Graphs

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The websites:

Classroom Applications:

Bar Graph Screen ShotWhole Class Activity:  Use the first website to practice reading bar graphs.  Discuss the parts of a graph:  title, labels, and scale with the class.  Then, use the second website to create a class bar graph.  Survey the class about their favorite __________ (fill in the blank) and tally your results together.  Then, use the online site to create a bar graph with the data.  As a class, determine the labels, scale and title.