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# Graphs Teacher Resources

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841
K - 2nd
4.0/5 Stars

Lucky Charms cereal, yummy! Well, first is an activity about counting and shapes in which your young mathematicians sort, count, and tally the shapes of Lucky Charms. They individually sort and tally small bags of the cereal and answer the question at the bottom of the tally sheet. They make a bar graph using a teacher made and saved spreadsheet file. Then finally after discussion of the graph data, they get to eat their bag of Lucky Charms.

286
7th - 8th
4.0/5 Stars

Tally-takers create tables, graphs, and equations. Middle schoolers create data tables from teacher provided walk-a-thon pledge data. Using slope-intercept form, the class writes and graphs equations. Vocabulary and a rubric are included.

408
7th - 10th
4.0/5 Stars

Working independently or in teams, your class practices connecting graphs, formulas and words. This lesson includes a guided discussion about distance vs. time graphs and looking at how velocity changes over time.

266
9th - 12th
4.0/5 Stars

Can you translate a graph? Using the packet and its step-by-step instructions, the class is taught how to translate parent functions. They will practice translating functions graphically and algebraically. Then they shift absolute value, quadratic, and exponential graphs.

245
3rd - 5th
4.0/5 Stars

Young mathematicians construct either a line graph or a bar graph using two sets of daily temperature data. They create hand-drawn and computer-generated graphs. They compare their graphs and look for similarities and differences between them.

84
4th - 6th
4.0/5 Stars

Upper graders explore features that exemplify effective graphing. In this graphing lesson, learners create criteria for informative graph components. They gather and enter data, create a graph by hand or on the computer, and write an explanation of what the graph illustrates.

162
8th - 11th
4.0/5 Stars

Your high schoolers will be able to relate to this exponential model. In part 1, they create a table to model a situation, plot the data, understand the domain and range, and answer questions about the general function. In part 2, they look at an exponential function and see how changes to the function effect the graph.

237
8th - 9th
4.0/5 Stars

Learners assess themselves with this online resource. They solve problems based on the concepts associated with linear equations such as determining the equation of a best fit line, identifying the different forms of a linear equation, and graphing linear inequalities. The one-page worksheet contains 20 multiple-choice questions. Answers are included.

113
8th - 9th
3.5/5 Stars

Young scholars investigate linear functions. In this mathematics lesson, students plot points onto a graph by solving the equations y=x and y=mx+b by being given numbers for x and solving for y.

758
7th - 9th
3.5/5 Stars

Here's a lesson to help the class make cognitive connections between graphs and linear equations. After the class reviews how to determine the possible ordered pairs of a simple equation, they practice solving and graphing equations using two variables to interpret the information as it relates to real-world situations.