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MATH SECOND GRADE GRAPHING CATS DOGS FISH

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There are many different kinds of graphs. This is a bar graph. It uses bars of color to show how many votes each type of movie received. This is a picture graph. It uses pictures to show how many votes each weather received.

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This is a Line Plot. It uses a Number Line to record the data. TITLE

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This is a picture graph. You may have filled out one of these on the first day of school. It uses pictures to show what you are voting for. In this graph each picture stands for only one vote. 43214321

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Every picture graph must have a title, the categories being voted about, a key, and the data or number of votes each category received. The key shows us that each picture stands for one vote. The scale also shows that each picture stands for 1. Where We Live 5 4 3 2 1 HOME Key = 1

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Now look at the same picture graph. What would happen if the key said that each picture stood for 2 votes. How many live in houses? ___ How many live in an apartment house? ___ How many live in a mobile home? ___ Always look at the KEY first! Where We Live HOME Key = 2

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I have created a picture graph for you to label. Remember the labels that each graph should have: I did CATEGORIES and DATA for you. You add: TITLE KEY Now tell me about the graph.

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This is a horizontal picture graph. Do you see how the categories are on the side instead of on the bottom? What should you at first? I hope you said the KEY! Each picture stands for 2 student votes. Discuss and compare the graph.

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When the Key says that each picture is equal to more than 1you have to be very careful. Look at the half a box of pizza. What is the value of ½ a box? What about the picture of the little chicken? The KEY is the Key to every graph. How many votes did Pizza get? ___ How many votes did Chicken get? ___

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What should you do first? ___________ How will the key help you count votes? What do you notice about the Double Fudge Brownies? __________ Which Dessert got the most votes? ________ Which got the least? _____

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Did you notice that some of the picture graphs did not have a scale on the side? Would it help you to have a scale on each graph? HOW? _________________ _______________________ This graph has NO KEY! What do you think each picture stands for if there is no key? _____

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This graph shows the number of children in each little town. Complete the graph and explain the data. Title - Key - Categories and Data Explain your data. __________ __________________________

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REMEMBER: All graphs need a title. All bar graphs need a scale. All graphs need different categories of data. This is a bar graph. Bar graphs do not need a KEY! What does it use instead? ________ TITLE SCALE CATEGORIES OF DATA

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This is a bar graph. Sometimes the bars go up and down. Sometimes the bars go across. If it has bars it is a bar graph. Does this bar graph have a title? Does this bar graph have a scale? Does this bar graph have different categories of data? Can you compare the data on this bar graph?

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Let’s look at that bar graph again. What data does this graph show? Which season was the warmest? Which season was the coldest? What was the average temperature in Fall? _____ degrees F What is the difference between the average temperature in Summer and Winter? _____ degrees F

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The last slide showed us a bar graph about the four seasons. Now you and your classmates will vote to show your favorite season. You will complete each graph below to show the same data. I started each bar graph for you. Title Categories of Data Categories of Data Scale ScaleScale SPRING 1 1 VERTICALVERTICAL HORIZONTAL

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Now let’s look at this bar graph. Does it have everything labeled correctly? _____ How many kids had snakes? ___ How many kids had fish and turtles? ___ How many more kids had birds than snakes? ___ Which two pets got the same number of votes? ________________ How many total kids voted? ___

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Now it is time for you and your classmates to share how many pets you have at your house. Give your graph a title, fill in the scale, and label the categories. You may make your graph horizontal or vertical.

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Students took a survey to vote on their favorite color. How many students took this survey? ______ How many more students like the color red than green? ___ How many students like black and blue and pink? ___

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Now it is your turn to show your favorite color. I have started the graph for you. Can you label the rest? Second Graders Favorite Colors

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Sometimes it is easier to use a Tally Chart when you gather your data and then put your data into a graph later. Let’s make a Tally Chart about Ice Cream. I left some spaces empty so your class can add their favorite flavors. Now you just make a mark / for each student that votes for each flavor. Give it a try. FLAVORNUMBER OF VOTES VANILLA CHOCOLATE

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What is the title? ____________ What was the total number of candies in this mini bag? _____ What is the scale? ___________ How many different colors were in this bag? _________________ How many more blue were there than green? _________________ How many orange and red? ___

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What is the title? __________________ What two foods are tied? ___________ How many students took this survey? ___ How many more students picked hamburgers and tacos than picked pizza and salad? ___ How many fewer students picked hot dogs than pizza and salad? ___

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Now it is your turn to take this survey with your class. After the bar graph is complete discuss the results. Watch out for the SCALE! FAVORITE FOODS PIZZA HAMBURGERHOT DOGTACOSALAD 2 4 6 8 10

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Always look at the scale first. How many students took this survey? ______ How many more students picked soccer than picked basketball? ______ How many picked softball and soccer as their favorite sports? ______

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Now it is your turn to take this survey with your class. After the bar graph is complete discuss the results. Watch out for the SCALE! FAVORITE SPORT SOCCER SOFTBALLFOOTBALLBASKETBALLOTHER 2 4 6 8 10

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This is a combination picture graph and bar graph. Instead of using words in the categories they used pictures of each fruit. Which fruit was the favorite? __________ How many students took this survey? __________ How many more students picked bananas over pears? __________

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Watch out for the scale! More students were born in which month? _________ Which month had the least births? __________ How many students were born in April and December and January? __________

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Now it is your turn to create a BIRTHDAY BAR GRAPH. Give it a title. Give it a scale. I did the categories for you. Discuss and compare your data. JANFEBMARAPRMAYJUNJULAUGSEPTOCTNOVDEC

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Picture graphs and Bar graphs are not the only kind of graphs you can make. Line Plots can also be used to show your data. This is a LINE PLOT graph. Line Plots use Xs to show a vote for a category. This graph shows that 13 students took this survey because there are 13 Xs. It shows that 2 students have Zero 0 brothers or sisters. It shows that 1 student has 4 brothers and sisters.

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Many times it is easier to gather your data in a Tally Chart before you graph your data. Look at the Tally Chart. Did they graph their data correctly? Discuss and compare the data.

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This Line Plot graph shows the ages of students at an after school program. It needs a Title! How many kids are 4 or less? ______ How many kids are 6 & 7? ______ How many kids are older than 8? ______

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Line Plots are perfect to show numbers of things. This Line Plot shows the number of pets in each household. How many kids have more than 5 pets in their household? _____ How many took this survey? ____ How many more kids have 2 pets than have 13 pets? _____

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The second graders are selling candy bars to earn money for their field trip. How many kids sold more than 5 candy bars? _____ How many sold less than 5 candy bars? _____ How many kids sold candy bars? _____

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This Line Plot shows the Quiz Scores for the students in a Second Grade class. How many students are in this class? _____ How many students got a 9 or 10 on their Quiz? _____ How many students got less than 8 on their Quiz? _____

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How many students took this survey? _____ How many have at least 2 skateboards? _____ How many students have 0 skateboards? _____ How many students have less than 4 skateboards? _____

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How many plants were in this survey? _____ How many plants grew at least 3 cm tall? _____ How many plants grew 4 cm or more? _____ How many more plants were 2 cm than 3 cm? _____

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How many Easter Eggs were found in all? ____ How many kids found 7 eggs? ____ How many kids found at least 10 eggs? ____ How many kids found 8 Easter Eggs? ____ What was the most common number of eggs found? ____

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Now it is time for you to fill in a line plot. Remember that each X stands for 1 vote. You will need to add a Title and the data below in the Tally Chart. Worm LengthHow Many Worms 2 in/// 3 in/ 4 in//// 5 in 6 in//

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Use the data in the Tally Chart to fill in the Line Plot graph. Remember that each X stands for only one vote. Day of WeekBooks Read by Class MONDAY// TUESDAY//// WEDNESDAY/ THURSDAY//// /// FRIDAY// SATURDAY SUNDAY////

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Look carefully. I made mistakes when I entered my data into the Line Plot. Can you find my mistakes? Rope LengthHow Many 3 ft/// 4 ft/ 5 ft//// / 6 ft//// XXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX

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Most often Line Plots are used to show how many of something there is. We can use Line Plots to show how many students in your class wear different sizes of shoes. Look at your Tally Chart. Fill in the Line Plot. Now discuss and compare. SHOE SIZESHOW MANY 12/// 13//// / 1//// 2/ 3// 11 12 13 1 2 3 4

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The students at Palm School collected and measured pine cones. The Line Plot shows their data. How many pine cones were at least 7 inches long? _____ How many pine cones were collected and measured by the students? _____ 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 XXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX XXXX XXXXXXXX X

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The students in Mrs. Smith’s class were measuring flower petals in science. The Line Plot shows their data. How many petals measured 5 inches? _____ How many measured 3 inches or less? _____ How many petals did the students measure all together? _____ 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 XXxXXx XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX XXXX X

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Everyone has been working hard and their pencils are shrinking! Each student measured their pencil and entered their data on a Line Plot after putting their data into a Tally Chart. But some of the data is missing from the Line Plot. What data is missing? ____________ Measurement in InchesNumber of Pencils 4// 5//// // 6/// 7/ 8/ 9// 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 XXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXX X XXXX

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Coach counted the number of push-ups each student could do. His data is below in the Line Plot. How many students were able to do more than 3 push-ups? A. 3 B. 17 C. 14 D. 22 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 X XXXXXXXX XXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXX

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The students decided to measure their Library books. Their data is below in the Line Plot. Which sentence is true about this Line Plot? A. All books were at least 8 inches. B. Five books were 10 inches C. A total of 15 books were measured D. No books were 5 inches 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 XXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXX XXXXXXXX

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Mr. Swanson’s class voted for their favorite sports activities. How many students voted for softball and basketball and other? a.13 students b. 22 students c. 10 students d. 4 students

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Brian’s class took a survey to find out each student’s favorite color. Did the students make a mistake? a.No mistake b.35 kids took the survey c.There should be yellow d.Red has too many votes redbluegreenblackpink 20151052

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Mrs. Jones’ class practiced making goals in soccer. The Line Plot shows the number of goals made by each student. How many students scored less than 5 goals? a.13 b. 2 c. 15 d. 20 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXX XXXX XXXXXXXX X XXXXXX XXXX

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The students planted beans and measured their growth. Their data is below in the Line Plot. Which sentence is true about this Line Plot? A. 20 beans were planted B. 5 beans grew less than 1 inch C. There are 10 different measurements D. 9 beans grew four or more inches 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 XXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXX XXXXXX XXXX X XXXX

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This bar graph shows the coins in Jackie’s pocket. Which set of coins were in her pocket? A B C D

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Look at the picture graph. If 4 more students ordered pepperoni pizza for lunch, how many students would have eaten pepperoni pizza? a.14 b. 8 c. 18 d. 9 PIZZASTUDENTS KEY = 1 cheese pepperoni sausage

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Kinsey and Kylie are making a graph to show how many baskets they make each afternoon at the afterschool program. How many more baskets did Kylie make than Kinsey? a.3 b. 2 c. 5 d. 8 BASKETS KINSEY KYLIE KEY = 1

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This graph shows the number of students in the afterschool chorus club. Which grade levels have exactly 4 students each in the chorus? a.1 st and 2 nd b. 2 nd and 5 th c. 3 rd and 4 th d. 3 rd and 5 th STUDENTS IN CHORUS 6 5 4 3 2 1 1ST2ND3RD4TH5TH

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Second Graders went bowling. They put their data in a Tally Chart and then made a line plot. What data was left off? XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX XXXX a.b. c.d. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 PINS KNOCKED DOWNSTUDENTS 10// 9//// 8/ 7/// 6// 5 4//// 3//// // 2//// /// 1//// XXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXX 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 XXXX XXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX X

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The cafeteria collected data about favorite milk flavors. They put the data in a bar graph. What is a category used in the bar graph? a. Students’ Favorite Milk b. Number of Students c. Strawberry d. Milk Flavors FAVORITE MILK 6 5 4 3 2 1 VANILLACHOCOLATESTRAWBERRY MILK FLAVORS NUMBER OF STUDENTSNUMBER OF STUDENTS

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The students collected insects and measured each one. Their data is shown below in the Line Plot. Which sentence is true about this Line Plot? A. Every category had at least one insect B. More insects were less than 5 cm C. A total of 21 insects were measured D. Three insects were 2 cm long 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 cm X XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXX XXXXXX XXXX X XXXX

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Students at Holly School gathered data about which student could hit the most home runs at the end of the year softball game. How many fewer runs did Kevin have than Meg? a. Kevin had 2 runs b. Meg had 3 more c. Ava and Sue were tied d. Everyone had fun HOME RUNS Ava Meg Thom Sue Kevin

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A survey was taken at P.E. to find out what types of wheels each student liked to ride. How many students took this survey? a. 8 b. 10 c. 14 d. 16 FAVORITE WHEELS

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The students in Mrs. Grant’s room had a contest to see who could jump rope the longest. How much longer did Darleen jump than Phillip? a. 10 min b. 20 min c. 40 min d. 50 min JUMPING ROPE 60 50 40 30 20 10 AnneBradlyDarleenMandyPhillipZoe T I M E In M I N U T E S STUDENTS

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The fourth grade teachers had a kickball game. The graph shows the number of runs each team made. How many less runs did Mr. Wells’ class make? a.½ b. 4 c. 1 d. 8 Mr. Wells Mrs. Veit KEY = 2

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Second Graders had a bubble blowing contest. They put their data in a Tally Chart and then made a line plot. What data was left off? XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX X X XXXXXX XXXX XXXXXXXX XXXX a.b. c.d. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 BubblesStudents 10/ 9//// 8/ 7 6// 5//// 4// 3//// // 2//// /// 1/ XXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXX XXXXXXXX X 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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The teacher collected data about student math grades. She put the data in a bar graph. What is the title used in the bar graph? a. Percentage Grades b. Number of Students c. A 90 - 100 d. Math Grades MATH GRADES 6 5 4 3 2 1 A 90 - 100B 80 - 89C 70 - 79 Percentage Grades NUMBER OF STUDENTSNUMBER OF STUDENTS

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This bar graph shows the coins in Zack’s pocket. Which set of coins were in his pocket? A B C D

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The students had a contest to see who would get the highest foosball score. Which two students had a combined score of 6? a. Carra b. Carra & Otis c. Edwin & Mark d. Tamara & Edwin FOOSBALL SCORES 6 5 4 3 2 1 CarraEdwinFrankieOtisMarkTamara STUDENTS

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Students took a survey to gather data on their favorite candy. How many students voted for Snickers and Twix? a. 3 b. 6 c. 9 d. 18 Key = 1 vote FAVORITE CANDY BAR KIT KAT REESES HERSHEYS TWIX MUSKETEERS SNICKERS

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Miss Hardt’s class measured the crayons in their class. They filled in the line plot to show their data. Which sentence describes the line plot? a.They measured 37 crayons b.There were 12 different measurements c.Each crayon was a different size d.Eight crayons were 5 inches 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXX X XXXX

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Students measured their average body temperature. They put their data in a Tally Chart and then made a line plot. What data was left off? TEMPERATURE STUDENTS 98.5//// 98.6//// 98.7/// 98.8/ 98.9/ 98.5 98.6 98.7 98.8 98.9 XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX X X 98.5 98.6 98.7 98.8 98.8 XXXXXXXX XXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX X a.b. c.d.

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The teacher collected data about students’ favorite fruit. She put the data in a bar graph. What is a category used in the bar graph? a. Favorite Fruit b. Types of Fruit c. Banana d. Number of Students FAVORITE FRUIT 6 5 4 3 2 1 AppleOrangeBanana Types of Fruit NUMBER OF STUDENTSNUMBER OF STUDENTS

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This bar graph shows the coins in Tina’s pocket. Which set of coins were in her pocket? A B C D

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