The child will make graphs and analyze the data to see which group has more, less, or equal.
In this activity, the child will watch a video about graphing. Then they will make graphs and interpret the data. After graphing the objects on screen, they will listen to the instructions to see if they should select the group with more, less, or equal amounts.
Video made possible by Kentucky Educational Television (KET).
After logging into your CLIEngage account, launch the activity by clicking this button. Type the child’s first name and last initial to begin!
At the end of the activity, the child will be asked to demonstrate what they learned about making and interpreting graphs by using classroom materials. Give the child a handful of bears or other items in three colors. The activity will instruct the child to sort items by color and then make a graph with them.
Have the child tell you which group has the most and which group has the least. If two groups are equal, have them explain how they know the groups are equal.