Author:
Jessica Esposito
Subject:
Mathematics
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Level:
Lower Primary
Grade:
2
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License:
Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike
Language:
English

Education Standards

Math Menu- 2nd Grade Measurement & Data10

Name:___________________________ Math Menu Standard 2.MD.10     

Goal: I can draw and interpret picture graphs and bar graphs, up to four categories. I can compare problems using information from bar graphs. 

Complete each row of blocks by completing 2 out of the 3 options for each row, beginning with the first row. Once 2 are completed in your math notebooks, have the row signed off by your teacher. After the row is completed, complete the exit ticket to move onto the next row. If you do not answer the exit ticket correctly, you must complete the third box

Teacher Check-in _______




 

Picture 

Graphs 

Watch this QR code to learn more about picture graphs generate.generate

 

Which color pencil has the least? _________________

 

Which color pencil has the most? ___________________

Circle the correct answer: 

Picture graphs show 

 

pictures      or numbers  

Select a “Picture Graph” baggie. 

 

Sort your squares into the four colors.

 

Create a picture graph with your squares into the four color in your math notebook. Write the color on the left side of your picture graph. Glue your squares beside the color. 

Which has the most? 

Which has the least? 

Complete TWO graph activities correctly  in the plastic covers about different ways to graph information. 

 

Raise your hand when you have two completed to have this box checked off. 

Teacher Check-in _______





 

Bar 

Graphs 

Watch this QR code about bar graphs  generate.generate

 

What fruit was the most popular? _______________

How many people liked oranges? ______________ 

Do bar graphs have numbers or pictures? 

Use the tally marks to make your own vertical bar graph. Create a title 

 
  • Winter: 

  • Spring: 

  • Summer: 

  • Fall: 

Create a tally mark count of the color of students shirts in our classroom. 

 

Red _____________

Blue _____________

Green_____________

White_____________

 

Create a horizontal bar graph with a title, 

Teacher Check-in _______

 

Review 

In your math notebook, draw the coins that would make up the amount, $1.49 

 

How many quarters would make $2.00? ___________________

 

How many nickels are equal to one dime? ________________ 

 

How many quarters and pennies would it take to make $3.03

__________________________

 

In a small group, partition with measuring cups and water with Mrs. Esposito. 


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What time is it? 

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What time is it? 

_________