Make a tally chart to represent the hair color of the students in the class.
Students make a chart with 4 rows or columns, 1 for each hair color, showing 6 tallies for brown hair, 4 tallies for blonde hair, 2 tallies for red hair, and 8 tallies for black hair.
Make a picture graph to show the data about the students' hair color.
Students draw a picture graph with 4 rows or columns, using an image to represent each child. The images can either all be the same or different, based on hair color. Check that the correct number of images appears in each row. Note whether any students used a scale, such as
How many more students have black hair than blonde hair?
4 more students.
The class has been collecting data on the size of their hand span. What is the span of this student’s hand?
The class has also been collecting data about the length of their feet. How long is this student’s foot? Explain.
8 inches. Possible explanation: It looks like it is 11 inches, but it didn’t start at zero. It starts at 3. To get to 11 from 3, the foot has to span 8 inches.
Make a number line counting by ones from zero to 10.
Students make a number line. It should have evenly spaced tick marks, arrows on both ends, a straight line, and labels with all numbers from zero to 10.
What does each number on your number line represent? Give an example.
A distance from zero, measured in same-sized spaces. Possible example: The 7 is 7 same-sized spaces away from the zero.
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