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Editorial Project Manager Lorin E. KlistolT, M.A. Editor-in-Chief Sharon Coan, M.S. Ed.

Illustrator Howard Chaney Renee Christine Yates Cover Artist Barb Lorseyedi Art Coordinator Kevin Barnes Imaging James Edward Grace Alfred Lau Product Manager Phil Garcia

Publisher Mary D. Smith, M.S. Ed.

Author

Jodene Lynn Smith, M.A.

Teacher Created Resources, Inc. 6421 Industry Way Westminster, CA 92683 www.teachercreated.corn ISBN: 978-0-7439-3708-5 2003 Teacher Created Resources, Inc . . Reprinted, 2012 Made in U.S.A.
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Table of Contents
Introduction Number Sense Counting and Numeral Names Ordinal Numbers Counting by lO's, 5's, or 2's Greater Than, Less Than, and Equal Place Value 1 More Than, 1 Less Than 10 More Than, 10 Less Than Money Computation Adding I-Digit Numerals
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Adding 2-Digit Numerals Subtracting l-Digit Numerals Subtracting 2-Digit Numerals Fact Families Multiplying I-Digit Numerals Problem Solving Measurement Time Calendar Short/Long Short/Tall Inches Centimeters Weight Tools Geometry Shapes Three-Dimensional Symmetry Congruency Organizing and Presenting Tallies Graphs Problem Solving Answer Key
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Introduction
Cut & Paste Math was designed to help the classroom teacher teach and reinforce math concepts and skills. The contents of the book provide a variety of ways to cover math content while maintaining student interest. The book is divided into five main sections. At the beginning of each section is an introduction to the section that includes suggested ideas and activities to use while teaching concepts covered within that section. Most of the ideas can be adapted to be presented as whole-class lessons, small group reinforcements, or even math center activities. The ideas are meant to be a resource for teachers as they teach these content area skills. Following the introduction for each section are activity pages that are directly related to math concepts and skills. Each of the pages has been designed in a cut-and-paste format. After cutting out word cards, numeral cards, or picture cards at the bottom of the page, students will use those cards in order to complete the page. By manipulating the cards, students are able to try a variety of possibilities before gluing the cards down for their final answers. The pages vary in the tasks that students are asked to perform. In some cases, they are asked to glue the correct answer to a problem. In other cases, students are asked to sort or categorize pictures according to math concepts. In all cases, students are asked to interact in a meaningful way with the content of the topic on which they are working. The book has been designed so that it is organized and easy to use. Teachers will find the suggested activities useful for teaching math content. Students will find the cut-and-paste activities a fun way to practice math concepts. Above all, math content is made available in a way that requires students to interact with it.

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Number Sense
Suggested Activities
Below are suggested activities that can be used throughout the unit of study. This game can be played with 2-5 players. Gather together a lOa's chart, one die, and objects that can be used as markers. The first student roJes the die. The student moves his or her marker on the hundreds chart according to the number shown on the die. Then it is the next student's turn. Play continues until the first student has reached 100. The game can be modified in a variety of ways to reflect the concepts on which you are currently working. For example, provide two dice and have students add the numbers together or subtract the numbers to determine how many spaces to move. Provide Ships of paper 3" x 18" (8 em x 46 em), an ink pad, and some rubber stamps. Have students use the stamps to create a line of stamped images. Then, students can go back with a pencil or crayon and label the images. Students can use numerals, numeral names, or even ordinal numbers. Create even longer lines of stamped images with a longer piece of paper or by taping together several students' papers and label the images by counting by lO's, 5's, or 2's. Line students up for recess a few minutes early. Call out that the class should do an "Ordinal Number Count Off." Go down the line pointing to students as they call off their position in line using ordinal numbers. The student at the head of the line should say, "First." Students continue counting until the last student has been reached. This is a fun way to pass the time when your class is lined up and waiting for an event to happen, for example, waiting for lunch to be served, etc. Write the ordinal number words on a clothespin. Create a clothesline by tying a piece of string to two chairs and separating the chairs about 3 feet. Students must clip the clothespins on the clothesline in the correct ordinal number order. Create number lines for practicing counting by 2's, 5's, and IO's. Have students think of objects that come in multiples of the number by which you will be counting. For example, if you will be creating a number line counting by 2's, students might come up with the idea of mittens. Students then either draw a pair of mittens or they can get creative and cut the mittens out of construction paper, fabric, or wallpaper. Glue each student's pair of mittens on a long strip of butcher paper or cash register tape. Number each of the mittens. Make the numbers that are multiples of two stand out in some way such as by making them larger, glittering them, or writing them in another color. Then, once the number line is hung, students can easily see a faster way of counting all of the mittens on the number line. Practice counting the objects by two as a class.

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Number Sense
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Make a modification on the card game "War" to help students practice greater than and less than. Take the face cards out of a deck of playing cards. In addition, you will want to make a greater thanlless than symbol on a 3" x 5" (8 em x 13 em) index card. A pair of students should divide the remaining deck of cards evenly. Then, each student flips over the top card in his or her deck. Students should place the cards on the table and place the greater than/less than symbol between the two cards facing the correct direction. The student whose card is the greater number gets to keep both of the cards. The student who has the most cards at the end of the round is the winner. This game can be adapted for larger numbers. Simply make your own deck of cards by numbering index cards with the numbers with which you want your students to work. Purchase or make an alligator hand puppet or finger puppet. Tell the students that this alligator eats numbers and he always eats the most food that he can. Use number cards to have students practice facing the alligator puppet the correct direction in order to make a less than or greater than symbol with the alligator's open mouth. Practice several times as a class and then place the puppet and the number cards in a center for students to use independently. Create an envelope for each place value that your class is currently studying. For example, if your second graders are working on place value to the hundreds, create three envelopes: one for the hundreds place, one for the tens place, and one for the ones place. The library envelopes work well for this activity. Label each envelope according to the place value that it will represent. Place strips of paper inside the envelopes that have 0-9 written on them. Students must draw one numeral from each envelope and write down a new numeral using the numerals drawn. For example, if a student draws a one from the hundreds envelope, a five from the tens envelope, and a three from the ones envelope, the student would write down, 153. Save the grocery store advertisements that come in the mail. Have students cut out food items, including the sale price, from the ad. Provide a variety of play coins or real coins and have the student provide the correct money in order to pay for the food item that they cut out. Older students can use the same activity; however, give students an amount that they paid for the item, such as two dollars, and have them figure out the change that they would get back. Create cards with different dollar amounts written on each card. Students must select a card and then draw all of the variations of coin combinations that would equal the amount on the card. For example, if the card said 11, a student could draw two nickels and a penny, or eleven pennies, or a dime and a penny.

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Number Sense: Counting and Numeral Names

Dots All Around


Directions: Cut out the ladybug wings at the bottom of the page. Count the dots on the wing of each ladybug at the top of the page. Glue the wing that has the numeral name on the matching ladybug.

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Number Names on the Go


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Directions: Cut out the words at the bottom of the page. Match each word to
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Directions: Cut out the word cards at the bottom of the page. Look at the line of animals below. Label with ordinal numbers the place each animal is standing in line. Glue the correct word card next to each animal.

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Directions: Cut out the picture cards at the bottom of the page. Read the sentences below in order to determine the correct order the people are standing in line. Glue the people in their correct places on a separate sheet of paper.

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Number Sense: Ordinal Numbers

The Tall Apartment


Directions: Cut out the word cards at the bottom of the page. Look at the apartment to figure out on which floor each animal lives. Glue the word cards in the correct places to complete the sentences.

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Order It
Directions: Cut out the word cards at the bottom of the page. Look at the picture for the sequence of how to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Label each sentence below with an ordinal number as to which step it is.

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Number Sense: Count by 10's

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Directions: Cut out the numeral cards at the bottom of the page. Glue the numeral cards in the correct places in order to count by tens. Practice counting by tens.

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Fives Are Alive!


Directions: Color the numeral cards at the bottom of the page yellow. Cut them out. Glue the numeral cards in the correct places to count by fives. Practice counting by fives by counting the yellow cards you glued in place.

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Directions: Cut out the numeral cards at the bottom of the page. For each problem, determine if the pattern is counting by twos, fives, or tens. Glue the correct numeral cards in the blanks in order to complete the patterned counting.

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Make It True
Directions: Cut out the numeral cards at the bottom of the page. Glue the cards in the boxes below to make each statement true.

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Greater Than~Less Than~or Equal


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Directions: Cut out the numeral cards at the bottom of the page. Look at the ones and tens rods below. Determine the number being shown in each picture. Glue the correct numeral card next to each picture.

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Make a Number
Directions: Cut out the numeral cards at the bottom of the page. Read the clues below in order to make the number stated. Glue the numeral cards in the correct places. 1. Make a numeral that has ... a 6 in the ones place, a 9 in the tens place, and a 4 in the hundreds place. 2. Make a numeral that has ... a 2 in the ones place, a 7 in the tens place, and a 3 in the hundreds place. 3. Make a numeral that has ... a 8 in the ones place, a 4 in the tens place, and a 1 in the hundreds place.

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1 More. 1 Less
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Directions: Cut out the picture cards at the bottom of the page. Count the coins at the top of the page. Match the picture card whose price tag shows the same amount of money as the coins counted. Glue the picture cards in the correct places.

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Directions: Cut out the cards at the bottom of the page. For each problem, you pay the cashier $2.00 for the item shown. How much change will you receive? Glue the card showing the correct amount of change you will receive next to each item.

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Suggested Activities
Below are suggested activities that can be used throughout the unit of study. Gather a piece of chalk and two beanbags. On the carpet or cement outside, draw 3-5 circles in the shape of a target. Label each circle with a numeral. Students must stand at a designated place and toss the two beanbags. Students must look at the numerals from the circles where the beanbags landed and add them together. Once the sum has been named, and the team agrees that the sum is correct, the student receives one point. Play continues, alternating students tossing the beanbags until one player reaches 10 points. For a challenge, add an extra beanbag and have students practice adding with three addends. The game can be used for multiplication, too. Provide two dice for each group of students and a piece of paper. Students will create their own addition or subtraction number sentences. Students should take turns rolling the dice to determine numerals to LIseas addends. After the dice have been rolled, students should use the number of dots on the dice as the addends in their number sentence. Once the number sentence has been written down and a sum or difference determined, another student may roll the dice. Students should continue until they reach a predetermined number of problems. This activity can be used in order to practice multiplication for older students, too. Demonstrate to students just how much we use computation in our everyday lives. Each time you come across a computation you need to do, include the class in figuring out the answer. For example, ask the class questions such as, "There are 20 students in the class. Each child needs two pieces of black paper for the art project. How many pieces of paper do I need in all?" Students enjoy helping to figure out these type of real-world problems. It is highly beneficial to show them applications of the computation they are learning to do. Dominoes provide a great way to practice computation. Obtain some dominoes. Lay the dominoes face down on the table. Students can select one domino to use in writing number sentences. Count the number of dots on the top half of the domino and the number of dots on the bottom half of the domino and use those two numbers as the addends when writing the number sentence. Before the students place the domino back in the pile, they should turn the domino around in order to write the related fact. Use dominos when practicing multiplication, too. Create some clothespin games for students to use to practice basic facts. Write facts (addition, subtraction, multiplication, or division) down both sides of a piece of index paper. Write the numeral that would answer each problem on both sides of a clothespin. Place the clothespins and the problem card together in a small, plastic bag. When a student wants to practice the facts on the card, he pours out the contents of the bag and clips the clothespins to the card to correctly answer each problem. Write your lunch count in the form of a number sentence each day. One addend should be the number of students that will be buying lunch. The other addend should be the number of students that brought their lunches from home. Be sure to include the sum.

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Illustrate the Problem


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Directions: Cut out the flower petals at the bottom of the page. Glue the petals on the flower that shows the sum for the problem on the petal.

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Make Your Own Problem


Directions: Cut out the number word cards at the bottom of the page. Create your own word problem by gluing the word cards in the sentences below. Draw a picture of your problem in the box provided. Then, write a number sentence to go with your word problem.

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The Perfect Nest


Directions: Cut out the nests at the bottom of the page. Glue the nests under the eggs in order to show the correct sums.

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Computation: Adding 2-Digit Numerals

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Directions: Cut out the pieces of cheese at the bottom of the page. Glue the pieces of cheese below the mice in order to show the correct sums.

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Directions: Cut out the bees at the bottom of the page. Glue the bees in the correct places in order to show the sums for the problems on the hives.

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Subtracting l-Digit Numerals

Make the Number Sentence


Directions: Cut out the numeral cards at the bottom of the page. Read each word problem. Use the numeral cards to create the correct number sentence for each problem. 1. Five birds sat on a fence. Two birds flew away. How many birds were left? 2. Seven kids were swimming in a pool. Three kids got out of the pool. How many kids were left? 3. Three boys were riding their bikes .. All of the boys had to go home. How many boys were left? 4. Mom had six cookies. She gave two cookies to me. Now how many cookies does mom have? 5. I had nine flowers in the garden. I picked five flowers to bring in the house. Now how many flowers are in the garden? 6. Mark had four apples. He ate one apple every day for three days. How many apples does he have left?

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Directions: Cut out the bottoms of the cupcakes below the dashed line. Glue the bottoms in the correct places to show the differences for the problems below.

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Computation:

Fact Families

Find the Families


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Problem Solving

The Duck Pond


Directions: Cut out the duck pictures at the bottom of the page. Glue some or all of the ducks in the picture in various places. Make up a math word problem to go with the picture. Solve the problem by showing your number sentence.

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Problem Solving

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Directions: Cut out the cat pictures at the bottom of the page. Glue some or all of the cats in the picture in various places. Make up a math word problem to go with the picture. Solve the problem by showing your number sentence.

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Problem Solving

The Neighborhood
Directions: Cut out the car pictures at the bottom of the page. Glue some or all of the cars in the picture in various places. Make up a math word problem to go with the picture. Solve the problem by showing your number sentence.

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Measurement
Suggested Activities
Below are suggested activities that can be used throughout the unit of study. Reproduce the clock pattern on pages 56 and 57 on index paper. Help students assemble the clock. Then, use the clocks as students practice telling time. Post your schedule each day on the board. Write the approximate time that each activity will take place or subject will be taught. Next to the time, draw a picture of what the clock will look like at that time. Students will begin to get used to seeing the written time and clock time together. Encourage patents to purchase inexpensive watches for their children. Children are always excited to have their own watch. It makes them feel grown up and promotes an immediate and motivating need to learn how to tell time. Help students create a step-by-step book of their daily schedule. Follow the directions below to create a step-by-step book. Have students keep a diary of one morning's events and write a different time and event on each page. Materials four 9" x 12" (23 em x 30 cm) sheets of construction paper long-ann stapler Directions 1. Have students place the four sheets of paper on top of one another, overlapping the ends. 2. Direct the students to hold the pages together and fold the pages over to create four more overlapping pages. 3. Help students staple the inside fold, and fold the pages back down. 4. Have students write the book title on the top page and write story sentences and illustrations on each succeeding page. Encourage students to become familiar with calendars by making a calendar for the entire year. This activity makes a great holiday gift for parents at Christmas, Hanukkah, Mother's Day, etc. Reproduce the calendar patterns on pages 63 and 64. Have students create a calendar for each month of the year. You will probably want to spread this activity out over several days, if not weeks. Glue each calendar on the bottom half of a 12" x 18" (30 ern x 46 ern) piece of construction paper. Collect art projects created throughout the school year to glue at the top of each piece of construction paper. Create a cover and bind the calendar pages together in the correct order. Students will have had a meaningful experience working with calendars, dates, and months, and they will also have a great gift to give to their parents!
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Measurement:

Time

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Directions: Cut out the pieces on this page and the next. Glue the circle together by putting glue on the tab and laying the half-circle from the next page on top of the tab. Glue the numbers on the clock in the correct places. Use a brad in order to attach the clock hands. Use the clock as you learn about telling time.

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Directions: Cut out the picture cards at the bottom of the page. Glue the picture cards on the balances below to show objects that are heavier and objects that are lighter.

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Directions: Cut out the word and picture cards at the bottom of the page. Read each riddle. Glue a word card in order to answer each riddle. Glue the picture of the measurement tool next to each riddle.

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Below are suggested activities that can be used throughout the unit of study. Divide a large sheet of butcher paper into four sections. Label each section with the name of a shape: square, circle, triangle, and rectangle. Then, have students look through magazines to find examples of each shape. Students should cut out their examples and glue them on the piece of butcher paper in the correct section in order to illustrate each shape. Additional sections can be added for other shapes being studied such as octagon or even solid shapes. Show students how to break down objects that they want to draw into shapes. Conduct some guided drawing sessions in order to demonstrate this technique to students. Be sure to use the names of the shapes as you guide students through drawing. You will see a definite improvement in their artistic abilities. Provide students with a given number of shapes. For example, provide them with 4 triangles, 3 squares, 6 circles, and 2 rectangles. You may even wish to use pattern blocks for this activity. Challenge students to create an object using the shapes. If you use paper versions of the shapes, you can have the students glue their picture down onto a piece of construction paper. This picture can be used as the basis for a writing project too, or you can simply have the students identify how many of each shape were used. Create Venn diagrams comparing and contrasting two shapes (or more!). Compare and contrast features such as the number of corners, the number of sides, the size of the sides, the sizes of the shapes drawn on the Venn diagram, etc. Post the Venn diagrams in the room. Use pretzel sticks to help students practice making and identifying shapes. Provide each student a napkin or a piece of construction paper and a handful of pretzel sticks. Call out a shape you want students to make. Students then use their pretzel sticks to create the shape. The best part about this project is that you can eat it when you are finished! Have students go on a scavenger hunt at their houses looking for solid shapes. Divide a piece of paper into sections. Label each section with the solid shape and a drawing of the shape that you want students to look for. Students must write down any object they find in their houses that comes in that shape. For example, under cylinder, students could write "cat food can," "soup can," and "ice cream container." Challenge students to find as many examples of each solid shape as possible. You may even want to give a prize out to the student who finds the most. Have students create sol id shapes out of toothpicks and mini marshmallows. The marshmallows become the corners when students poke toothpicks into them. Challenge students to make a model of as many of the solid shapes studied as 'they can.

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Geometry: Shapes

Shape Match
Directions: Cut out the shapes at the bottom of the page. Glue them in the correct box.

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Directions: Cut out the solids at the bottom of the page. Glue the solids in the correct column to show if the shapes will roll or stack.

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Geometry: Symmetry

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Directions: Cut out the picture cards at the bottom of the page. Glue the picture cards in the correct places in order to make symmetrical figures.

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Directions: Cut out the shape cards at the bottom of the page. Glue the shapes in the correct column in order to show if the shapes are symmetrical or not symmetrical.

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Congruency

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Directions: Cut out the shape cards at the bottom of the page. Glue the shapes that are congruent to the shapes shown below in the same row. Discard any shapes that are not congruent.

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Below are suggested activities that can be used throughout the unit of study. Show students how their hand can be a model of tally marks. Write the number one on the chalkboard. Show students how to hold up one finger to represent one. Then, show students one tally mark on the board. Continue writing down numbers, holding up fingers, and making tally marks through four. When you get to five, show students how to fold their four fingers down into their palms and cross the fingers with their thumb. Their hand should be in the shape of a fist. Demonstrate how the fifth tally mark crosses the first four on the chalkboard. Use tally marks to practice counting by fives. Make taJly marks whenever you have to keep track of numbers so that students become accustom to seeing how the tally marks can be used. Have students make their own talJy marks as you ask them questions. You can simply ask the question orally or write it on the board. Provide the choices written on the board. Then, students have to form a line. Each child pJaces his or her tally mark under the answer he/she is providing. Then, have the class find totals for each response by counting the tallies. For example, you can take the lunch count this way by having students mark whether they will be buying their lunches or if they brought their lunches. Use tallies to record students' predictions, too. For example, "Do you think Felix's loose tooth will fall out before lunch or after lunch?" Graphs are great for documenting student ideas and favorite things. Graphs where students give input provide an authentic way to learn about graphing. You can create simple graphs to which students must respond every day. The graphs can be made out of paper. Consider graphing some of these examples. What is your favorite food? What is your favorite color? What is your favorite TV show? What is your favorite subject? What is your favorite game? What is your favorite sport? What is your favorite holiday? What is your favorite number? What is your favorite toy? What color are your eyes? How many people are in your family? What do you like to do when it is raining? What time do you go to bed?
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Try some of these ideas for creating graphs: Create a clothespin graph that can be used for questions for which students will only have two options. Write each child's name on both sides of a clothespin. Then, laminate a piece of tagboard for durability. You can use a whiteboard marker on lamination and erase it with a whiteboard eraser. Write a question at the top of the tag and then provide two responses from which students may choose, one on each half of the tagboard. Students must clip their clothespin on the tagboard on the side to which they will be responding. Students can read the graph by counting how many each side has, which side has more/less, how many more one side has over the other, etc.

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