Question of the Day: Groundhog Day
The question of the day activity teaches students how to collect, analyze, and report information. Students tally, graph, and read a glyph chart to analyze and report data, and end up with a cute art project to hang around the room for Groundhog’s Day.
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Subjects: Reading, Language Arts, Math
Key Concepts: Graphing, Tally Marks, Glyphs, Data, Groundhog’s Day, Survey, Prediction, Counting, Art, Craft, Holiday,
Materials: Question of the Day worksheets and data recording sheets, Glyph coloring sheet, chart and directions
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