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Get introduced to probabilities while reading and understanding information in graphs. Our resource introduces the mathematical concepts taken from real-life experiences, and provides warm-up and timed practice questions to strengthen procedural proficiency skills. Gather information first hand by finding out which month has the most birthdays. Create a class chart for fruits eaten during the week. Count the number of chickens on a farm using a bar graph. Find how many more roses than tulips are in a garden from a circle graph. Count the number of ways you could roll the number seven on two standard dice. Determine whether something is likely or unlikely to happen. The task and drill sheets provide a leveled approach to learning, starting with prekindergarten and increasing in difficulty to grade 2. Aligned to your State Standards and meeting the concepts addressed by the NCTM standards, reproducible task sheets, drill sheets, review and answer key are included.
Tanya Cook and Chris Forest