## Question of the Day: Part 2

Here are some more links with ideas for doing question of the day.

Link 1

Link 2

Link 3

Link 4 (Great books)

Link 5

Link 6

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Dr. Nicki

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## Question of the day: Part I

This is a great routine for students to do. It helps them to collect data that makes sense. It is about their lives and it gives them the opportunity to discuss their lives and to learn how to collect, organize and discuss data. Here are some classroom examples. Collecting data ties into the measurement and data standards of the ccss math.

This is a great routine to do in the morning because you can do it as one form of taking attendance.

Link 2 (Note all the different ways to collect it and organize it! You should change up often so children see different formats.

(I have a pinterest board with great links…Check it out!)

*This could also be an activity that students do in a workstation. You could discuss it in small guided math groups as well. The focus should be on getting students to talk about the numbers using words like *more than, less than, the same as*.

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## Infographics Rock! Data Never Looked So Good!

Andy Robertson wrote a great article called “Making Math Less Scary With Infographics!” I looked at it and was so inspired by the idea of representing data in this way! Here are some more resources!

Resource 1

Resource 2

Resource 3

Resource 4

Tell me what you think! How can you see yourself using something like this in your classroom?

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## Back to School Math Ideas

Mathwire – Back to School Glyph Ideas! Glyphs are great data activities that make students think in order to display data and then require focus and analysis and interpretation of the data they have displayed!

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## St. Patrick’s Day Glyphs

Glyphs are a great math activity. Remember they are a pictorial form of data collection (according to mathwire). Here is a leprachaun glyph.

Here is another one. And another one!

Be sure to see the other posts on glyphs in this blog!

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## St. Patrick’s Day Math: Great Activities to Do in Guided Math Groups

## The New Common Core Math data standards say that students should be able to classify objects and count the number of objects in each category as well as represent and interpret data. So here are some great St. Patrick’s day data links:

Lucky Resource 1 (scroll down to lucky charms graph)

Lucky Resource 3 (great site for differentiated lesson plans)

Lucky Resource 5 (graphing in action)

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