This fun activity is one that students will love and want to do over and over again. It gives practical practice for a multitude of math skills. Students learn how to take and record survey data, mark and count tally marks, analyze data, combine individual results to form group results, make a visual of the data collected, count by ones/tens/hundreds and report and record findings.
Subjects: Math, Data, Independent Study
Key Concepts: Data, Survey, Tally Marks, Graphing, Technology, Hundreds/Tens/Ones
Materials: Survey Sheets, Data Sheets
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