Friday, January 6, 2012

M&M Graphing

This week we started working on graphing. We've graphed all year, but now we're hitting it hard. So today I decided we had to graph M&M's. Isn't that like a rite of passage? However, my teammate and I could not find our copies of our old (like 1984) graphing sheets. I made a new version and it's WAY cuter!


Click on the picture below to get your copy! 

And TGIF!!!!

20 comments:

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  2. Ooops. I copied the wrong thing. Let's try this again.
    I love the new version - it's so much better!!! Thank you for sharing. I bet your kids loved this!
    A Teeny Tiny Teacher

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  3. I must have that same 1984 version! Thank you for sharing!
    -Megan

    http://firstgrademagic.blogspot.com

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  4. Super cute!! Hello, from your newest follower :)

    I would love it if you would check out my blog when you have time! Just started blogging this week!

    Amanda
    Learn, Laugh, Grow

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  5. This is super cute! Love it and I will still make it work in 3rd grade. Isn't it crazy how somethings never seem to stick with kids, like graphing!!!

    Twins, Teaching and Tacos.

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  6. I now have a craving for chocolate lol.

    Love this! And you can do this in February with conversation hearts(different graph of course lol) :)

    Journey of a Substitute Teacher

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  7. So happy to have an updated version now. Thank you!!!!!

    And the font is so cute- btw.

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  8. I am so excited to find all the great ideas complete with the worksheets to go with them! Thank you for sharing all of your hard work. I have a great big bag of M&Ms ready to go!

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  9. Thanks so much for sharing!!! I've also left you a fantastic award on my blog! Hope you've not gotten it yet, and if you have, you deserve it twice :)
    Kristy
    www.cozartsclass.blogspot.com

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  10. Love it! Thanks! I just gave you an award over at my blog.

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  11. awesome - thank you for sharing! I do some similar things with M&Ms....I'll have to post that at some point :)
    The Teachers’ Cauldron

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  12. Thanks for the freebie. I have been using the same one for the past 18 years. I am a new follower.

    Thanks again,
    Tricia

    Queen with Class

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  13. Thanks for the freebie! My kids will love it! :)
    ~Heidi V.

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  14. Thanks so much. Your ideas are so cute and make the learning and my job fun.
    I may wait until the 100th day to use this. I usually do something like this on that day!

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  15. Thank you for sharing! Super cute blog layout!

    Hope you'll come check out my blog!

    Kelli
    Tales from a Traveling Teacher

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  16. Thanks for sharing, I will use this!

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  17. You can't go wrong with chocolate right? These look GREAT! Thanks for the freebie! You might like my marshmallow math it's very similar. Stop by and check it out : )

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