## TeachersFirst's Data and Probability - Grades 3-5

Continue the introduction of data and probability during the intermediate years of elementary school. Explore this collection of resources specifically for grades 3-5. Find tech integration ideas within each review. Use these tools to meet the NCTM standards for data and probability. Many of these tools are ideal for use on your interactive whiteboard for group instruction. Some resources are also appropriate for learning stations or individual devices. Use these tools for acceleration of your gifted students. Find topics that relate to the content being taught in your classroom. Share these resources with students on your class website. Share these tools with families for at-home practice.

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### Data GIF Maker - Google News Lab

K to 12

Create and share data with the different GIF formats offered by Google News Lab. Choose from the three theme options - rectangles, circles, or racetrack to begin. Follow the prompts...more
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Create and share data with the different GIF formats offered by Google News Lab. Choose from the three theme options - rectangles, circles, or racetrack to begin. Follow the prompts to add a title and data values. Add data as a percentage or numerical values then customize your GIF by selecting from different color options. When finished, save as an HQ (high quality) or LQ (low quality) GIF. Once created, save the GIF to your computer or share using the provided link.

tag(s): data (132), images (250)

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This tool provides you and your students an excellent resource for engagingly sharing data. Use the Data GIF Maker to create a visual display when collecting data. For example, begin using this tool by polling your class to find out their favorite type of pizza and then enter the data to create a GIF. Use the same data in all three included formats to compare and contrast how the information looks based on the type of chart used. Take this same information and have students calculate the percentages and create GIFs to compare and contrast this information with your original images. Once you and your students are familiar with how to use this site to create GIFs, use it to enhance student learning by including GIFs within your presentations for students to evaluate and to visualize any data. Create GIFs to document student reading logs, the amount of time spent on homework, or time spent on community service. Have students include GIFs when annotating images using ThingLink, reviewed here, or within presentations created with tools such as Sway, reviewed here.

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### OK2Ask: Data and Charts and Graphs, Oh My! Let Google Tools Be Your Guide - TeachersFirst

2 to 12

This recording of an OK2Ask online professional learning session is from February 2020. You can register and immediately view the archive of the session.

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This recording of an OK2Ask online professional learning session is from February 2020. You can register and immediately view the archive of the session.

Humans respond to and process visual data better than any other type of data. Whether students are learning to collect, organize, graph, or interpret data, this webinar offers proven tools and strategies that assist learners in developing and applying those skills. Together we will explore and plan for the use of forms to collect data, web resources to access data, spreadsheets to manipulate and graph data, and Google MyMaps to visualize data. Students from beginner to advanced can use these tools to visualize and connect math, science, and social studies concepts to concrete, real-world applications. Let's get students excited about learning and help them incorporate complex data literacy into their world view. This session is appropriate for teachers at all technology levels. Participants will: 1. Understand how to use data visualization in the classroom; 2. Explore digital tools that will assist students with data visualization projects; and 3. Plan for the use of data visualization in the classroom. This session is appropriate for teachers at all technology levels.

tag(s): charts and graphs (164), data (132), Google (37), infographics (52), professional development (309), visualizations (11)

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The archive of this teacher-friendly, hands-on webinar will empower and inspire you to use learning technology in the classroom and for professional productivity. As appropriate, specific classroom examples and ideas have been shared. View the session with a few of your teaching colleagues to find and share new ideas. Find additional information and links to tools at the session resource page. Learn more about OK2Ask and upcoming sessions here.

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### NASA Education Robotics Website - NASA

K to 12

The NASA Education Robotics Website encourages innovation, creativity, and problem-solving through the world of robotics. Explore this site to find an interactive robot activity, a...more
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The NASA Education Robotics Website encourages innovation, creativity, and problem-solving through the world of robotics. Explore this site to find an interactive robot activity, a timeline tracing the history of robotics, and read about the scientists and engineers who create and program robots. Be sure to visit the Lesson Plans to find a variety of lessons for all grade levels. Follow the student and educator links to access a large variety of NASA science and STEM resources. If your school blocks YouTube, the videos may not be viewable.

tag(s): careers (132), data (132), makerspace (42), mars (29), moon (67), planets (109), robotics (24), scientists (62), STEM (226)

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Take time to explore this site for use in a variety of ways in your classroom. The lesson plans provide an excellent starting point for use in science centers or your makerspace projects. Enhance student interest in robotics and science topics by incorporating this content into reading lessons. Actively Learn, reviewed here, provides free, high-quality non-fiction reading materials in all subjects that includes teaching ideas and questions to promote student learning. Use Actively Learn to assign science and robotics articles based on varying student needs and interests. As students learn about robotics and try them on their own, ask them to share their learning using tools from Read Write Think, reviewed here. For example, use the K-W-L Creator to organize their thinking and guide future learning or use the NoteTaker tool to record and share information. Transform learning as a final project, by having students create a video using moovly, reviewed here, sharing their robotics projects that includes a discussion on their problem-solving activities.

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### LetsMod - Dr. Amir Zarkesh, Professor Yahya Tabesh, and Shaya Zarkesh

K to 12

LetsMod (formerly Polyup: Mod with Math) is a web-based math problem-solving app for grades K-12. Use LetsMod in several different ways for students to explore and play with numbers....more
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LetsMod (formerly Polyup: Mod with Math) is a web-based math problem-solving app for grades K-12. Use LetsMod in several different ways for students to explore and play with numbers. Choose Play to work with numbers in the computational thinking playground or select from featured machines to work with specific math functions. Find options for your grade level by selecting from the lesson plans, with included learning modules, from those provided within the several different grade bands.

tag(s): addition (128), coding (76), decimals (89), division (101), equations (121), fractions (164), functions (52), game based learning (159), geometric shapes (133), logic (165), measurement (129), multiplication (123), operations (75), probability (94), problem solving (219), pythagorean theorem (21), ratios (52), square roots (16), statistics (109), subtraction (111)

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LetsMod is perfect for use in math classrooms in a variety of ways. Become acquainted with the free lesson plans to incorporate LetsMod activities based on specific math skills. Encourage problem-solving and math exploration by including a link to LetsMod on classroom computers. Instead of assigning a worksheet or other math activity for homework, ask students to spend time exploring LetsMod at home. Extend and assess student learning by using Flip, reviewed here, for students to provide a short video reflection on their learning activity. Optional registration allows you or your students to save progress and create your own machines.

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### Monarch Lab - University of Minnesota

K to 12

This site is an undertaking of the University of Minnesota to develop a citizen science project including volunteers from around the country to share long-term data on monarch butterfly...more
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This site is an undertaking of the University of Minnesota to develop a citizen science project including volunteers from around the country to share long-term data on monarch butterfly populations and their milkweed habitat. Sign up and share your data, or explore the site to learn more about monarch butterflies. The site includes monitoring data from around the US, training information, and ongoing updates and newsletters.

tag(s): animal homes (57), butterflies (10), data (132), habitats (78), insects (59)

#### In the Classroom

Use the downloadable worksheets on this site to monitor and learn about monarch butterflies in your area. Use Google Sheets and Documents to include images and data together. Compare your class data to those around the country. Take advantage of this project to show students how every piece of data is significant for scientific studies. Ask students to share information through blog entries using Edublog, reviewed here. Edublog includes tools for easily creating interesting blogs including student writing and images.

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### Zearn - zearn.org

K to 5

Zearn Math is a complete math program that provides Common Core aligned math lessons, personalized to individual learners, and based on Eureka Math / Engage New York. Lessons focus...more
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Zearn Math is a complete math program that provides Common Core aligned math lessons, personalized to individual learners, and based on Eureka Math / Engage New York. Lessons focus on three critical components: deep understanding, fluency, and problem-solving. Self-paced lessons allow for mastery of concepts before unlocking lessons providing the next level. Math Chat lessons provide video instruction similar to a small group lesson. Lesson Labs include drag and drop activities followed by quiz questions. Zearn currently offers K-5 lessons. Test the student lessons and teacher resources for a whole module with NO sign up required. Create a class account and add students using an Excel sheet or manually input student names to receive custom reports on student progress.

tag(s): addition (128), classroom management (136), data (132), decimals (89), differentiation (69), division (101), fractions (164), geometric shapes (133), measurement (129), multiplication (123), numbers (120), operations (75), subtraction (111)

#### In the Classroom

Use Zearn on a projector or an interactive whiteboard to demonstrate specific concepts or use as weekly math centers for student practice. Zearn provides data to target instruction to specific students or concepts needing additional reinforcement. Since Zearn is a complete math program, with individualized lessons for students to work on, teachers can conduct small group instruction while others work independently. Zearn is perfect to use for gifted or advanced students, allowing them to work at their own pace. Be sure to put a link to Zearn on your class web page for students to use at home. Zearn does not support Android devices but will work on all other devices with a browser and Internet access.

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### CS Unplugged - CS Education Research Group

4 to 12

Find hands-on learning of computer science concepts (often without technology) with this collection of free learning activities including interactives and puzzles. All materials are...more
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Find hands-on learning of computer science concepts (often without technology) with this collection of free learning activities including interactives and puzzles. All materials are through Creative Commons licenses for easy copying, sharing, and personal adaptation. Download all activities for free in a book download or explore individual activities by topic, and then download in PDF format available in several languages. Other options include videos to view individually or by topic on activity pages. Topics covered include Binary numbers, Images Representation, Text Compression, Information Theory, Searching and Sorting Algorithms, Routing and Deadlocks, and Cryptography, among others. Also, check out the section for teachers under the Community tab. This section includes many additional resources and learning programs. The videos are in English, French, Swedish, Korean, and Chinese. If your district blocks YouTube, the videos may not be viewable.

tag(s): computational thinking (35), computers (101), cryptography (5), data (132)

#### In the Classroom

Make technology understandable and available to everyone, without the need to use technology. Use CS Unplugged as one of your STEM stations/centers during science lessons. Use CS Unplugged as an excellent resource for students who want to learn about computer science on their own. CS Unplugged is a great tool to share with students considering a major in computer science in college or wondering about computer careers. If you teach computer science courses, CS Unplugged could be useful for locating review materials to share with your students.

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### Shapes and Measures - S Riley Teacherled

2 to 6
Find a collection of resources for teaching and learning shapes and measures. This site works well on any web enabled device. Teaching resources include: angle measurer, grids for measuring...more
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Find a collection of resources for teaching and learning shapes and measures. This site works well on any web enabled device. Teaching resources include: angle measurer, grids for measuring areas of virtual shapes, coordinate practice, isometric grid for 3D shapes, perimeter practice, rotation, symmetry creator, rotational symmetry of shapes, translations, and a virtual mirror. Each of these tools allows demonstration and some practice. Shapes and Measures will bring your geometry class alive!

tag(s): geometric shapes (133), measurement (129)

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Engage your students by bringing technology into geometry. Introduce the concepts of angle measurement, area, perimeter, 3D shapes, rotation, translation, and symmetry as a whole group on your interactive whiteboard. Have students practice at centers during your unit. While preparing for summative assessments, assign for homework to practice. Highlight definitions, examples, non examples, and where this is found in the real world. Enhance learning throughout any of the lessons by sharing additional resources using a curation tool such as Padlet, reviewed here. Add links to videos, articles, or online activities related to the lesson's content. As you complete lesson activities, extend learning by asking students to share their understanding of using angles or symmetry by creating digital books using Book Creator, reviewed here, flyers made with Adobe Creative Cloud Express for Education, reviewed here, or infographics created with Canva Infographic Creator, reviewed here. Post on your class website or blog for students to review and critique for further practice.

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### Kentucky Numeracy Project - Kentucky Center for Mathematics

K to 5

The Kentucky Center for Mathematics offers this excellent math intervention website with Math Recovery lessons and printables. Free registration provides access to their database of...more
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The Kentucky Center for Mathematics offers this excellent math intervention website with Math Recovery lessons and printables. Free registration provides access to their database of proven numeracy-developed activities searchable by standard, grade level, fluency benchmark, task group or setting. Registration requires approval before accessing the site but is free using your email and school information. Approval was received within minutes of submitting registration.

tag(s): commoncore (79), number sense (70), numbers (120)

#### In the Classroom

Register for access to this site then bookmark for use throughout the year. Take advantage of these free resources to find lessons, assessments, and interventions for math instruction. Find resources to differentiate instruction based on student needs. Share this site with other teachers in your building.

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### Support for Problem Solving Pack - The School Mathematics Project

8 to 12
The Support for Problem Solving Pack offers several tasks to support math problem-solving skills for high school students. Created as a tool to help develop mental flexibility, tasks...more
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The Support for Problem Solving Pack offers several tasks to support math problem-solving skills for high school students. Created as a tool to help develop mental flexibility, tasks vary in structure and style while requiring you to make use of realistic data. Each problem includes complete directions, possible solutions, and related questions. Some of the units of measure and spellings may differ from those in American English since this is a UK site.

tag(s): critical thinking (104), logic (165), problem solving (219)

#### In the Classroom

Use tasks from the packet throughout the school year to supplement your current materials. Assign as homework or use for math centers. If you are beginning the process of integrating technology, have students create blogs sharing their problem solving process and understanding using Telegra.ph, reviewed here. This blog creator requires no registration. Have students share the blog entry with a small group or partner, who is to ask for clarification where needed. Explaining their writing will help students internalize the problem-solving process. Challenge students to create their own problem-solving tasks to be solved by classmates.

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### Progressions Documents for the Common Core Math Standards - The Arizona Board of Regents

1 to 12

Explore the progressions of the Common Core math standards throughout the grade levels. Look at different areas of mathematical standards, numbers and operations, base ten, counting...more
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Explore the progressions of the Common Core math standards throughout the grade levels. Look at different areas of mathematical standards, numbers and operations, base ten, counting cardinality in algebraic thinking, numbers and operations for fractions, geometry, and measurement and data in grades kindergarten through grade five. In grades six through eight explore statistics and probability, expressions and equations, the number system, ratios, and proportional relationships. In high school discover the progressions in algebra, functions, and modeling. Find resources for further development of programs offered to support Common Core mathematics. Discover research, periodicals and groups using Common Core math.

tag(s): commoncore (79)

#### In the Classroom

Strengthen your teaching of Common Core mathematics. Having an understanding of the knowledge students enter with or without, leads to better preparation for where the students will explore later. Use this as an individual study or even as a professional learning group study with your grade level and department.

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### Visual Patterns - visualpatterns.org

4 to 12
Explore over 111 different visual patterns and determine what the 43rd step in the pattern would be. Find the equation, use a table, or draw it! This is a fun ...more
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Explore over 111 different visual patterns and determine what the 43rd step in the pattern would be. Find the equation, use a table, or draw it! This is a fun way to work with patterns, equations, problem solving, and geometry. There is a teacher tab with an explanation about assigning patterns to students and an idea for a form to create for students to fill out. Some patterns have a link with additional information.

tag(s): equations (121), geometric shapes (133), patterns (63), problem solving (219)

#### In the Classroom

Introduce the concept of visual patterns on an interactive whiteboard or projector with the whole group. Give the practice problem and discover ways to solve while using pictures, words, and equations. Break into small groups and give a challenge. Assign individually for challenges. Have students create their own visual pattern while describing the geometrical terms the pattern employs. Add to students' math portfolios.

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### Interactive 100 Number Chart - ABCya

K to 5

This online interactive 100 chart is more than just a static chart. You can click and drag counters onto the chart to display patterns, multiples, odd and even numbers, and ...more
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This online interactive 100 chart is more than just a static chart. You can click and drag counters onto the chart to display patterns, multiples, odd and even numbers, and much more. Color code patterns with counters to use in demonstrating math concepts.

tag(s): multiplication (123), number sense (70)

#### In the Classroom

Have students add up sums of counters placed onto the 100 chart. Use this site to teach younger students HOW to count to 100 and the value/idea of 100. Demonstrate multiples of factors when teaching multiplication facts. Use on the interactive whiteboard or projector when teaching number sense to highlight odd and even numbers. Highlight prime numbers when learning prime and composite. Make this an interactive whiteboard center for students to practice or challenge each other with multiples questions. Visual and tactile learners can get "in touch" with numbers!

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### Math Interactives - Utah Education Network

7 to 12

Find great math resources on this free site on countless topics. Click each resource to find sites useful on individual computers or projected on a whiteboard screen. Be sure to ...more
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Find great math resources on this free site on countless topics. Click each resource to find sites useful on individual computers or projected on a whiteboard screen. Be sure to test out each interactive prior to using with a class, as some require Flash or other programs. Find great games about Numbers and Operations, Algebra, Geometry, Probability, and Money. Though these interactives are labeled for grades 7-12, several can be used by K-5 teachers i.e. the number line interactives. Be aware of the icons next to the resource for the required plug ins to use. Click on an activity and then explore the tabs above. Click the "Learner" tab to view information about the topic. Click "Help" for information on how to use the activity. Find resources in the "Instructor" tab. There is a wealth of material here, so be sure to check it out!

tag(s): data (132), money (122), numbers (120), probability (94)

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Use these resources for review and to reinforce concepts from class. Create teams of students who complete the activity taking turns on a whiteboard or with individual computers. Use the activity as a lead in to the topic of the day. Ask students what they notice about the activity and the general rules that they notice about the topic. Provide this link on your class website for students to use at home for extra practice, enrichment, or to try some new advanced topics.

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### Online Math Learning

K to 12

Online Math Learning is a huge website with numerous resources including interactive problem generators, a video library, worksheets, and links all organized by grade level and subject...more
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Online Math Learning is a huge website with numerous resources including interactive problem generators, a video library, worksheets, and links all organized by grade level and subject level. This site is very well organized, easy to use, and has something for every grade level and nearly every subject/topic area. Advise students to ignore the advertisements.

tag(s): charts and graphs (164), equations (121), statistics (109)

#### In the Classroom

Use the interactive section's problem generator to create team competition as students use the site on an interactive whiteboard or projector. Check out the videos to reach struggling students or help deepen understanding of concepts. For a project, have students recreate a video using a site such as SchoolTube (reviewed here) and share with classmates. Be sure to include this site on your class web page for students to access both in and outside of class for further practice.

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### Think Math! - Education Development Center, Inc.

K to 7

Use Think Math to improve thinking about - Math! Choose either a grade level (K through 5) or a subject (such as Algebra, Geometry, Time and Money, or Data Analysis, ...more
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Use Think Math to improve thinking about - Math! Choose either a grade level (K through 5) or a subject (such as Algebra, Geometry, Time and Money, or Data Analysis, to name a few.) Use one or more of the e-lab activities for each subject as well as interactive tutorials explaining the topic. Use the glossary in the upper left corner to understand the meaning of the terms being used. Don't miss the "Teacher Resources" link with great Adobe PDF resources.

tag(s): data (132), measurement (129), money (122), numbers (120), probability (94), statistics (109), time (92)

#### In the Classroom

If you teach math to grades K-5 (or beyond), you will want to save this site in your favorites. Use the interactive tutorials as review activities, to introduce concepts, or for students to learn as groups. Use the activities as exciting drill and practice that provides feedback on right and wrong answers. For example, use "Comparing numbers" tutorials and activities to learn and practice identifying the hundreds and tens places. Each example gives immediate feedback on right and wrong answers. Use as an individual activity or in groups to provide great examples and practice with math concepts. Be sure to list this link on your class website so students can access (and practice) both in and out of the classroom.

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### AAA Math

K to 8
Students can practice math skills independently (and in both English and Spanish) with this collection of challenging, interactive practice activities, organized by grade level and...more
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Students can practice math skills independently (and in both English and Spanish) with this collection of challenging, interactive practice activities, organized by grade level and topic. Click Spanish version at the top for your ESL/ELL students to have access to the same valuable resources! The website says the activities are designed for students in grades K through eight. Topics vary greatly and include algebra, statistics, counting, comparing, decimals, basic operations, exponents, fractions, and many others. Nearly every math topic taught in elementary or middle school, will be found at this site. Once you click on the general topic area, be prepared for a HUGE list of specific choices to explore. Each math concept is explained in a simple paragraph and then students are presented with practice activities about the specific concept. The practice activities are timed.

Be aware there are several advertisements at this website (all appropriate). But considering this site is free (and full of ready to go math activities), the advertisements are worth the minor annoyance.

tag(s): estimation (34), exponents (36), measurement (129), mental math (19), money (122), patterns (63), place value (36), statistics (109)

#### In the Classroom

This site has countless possibilities in the classroom. Use the descriptions and activities as an anticipatory set for a new topic in math class. Share the activities on your interactive whiteboard or projector. Set up a learning station for students and differentiate the activities for your lower and higher level math students. Provide this link on your class website for students to use to review at home.

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### On the Job Math

2 to 4
This math-based activity addresses reading, computer, and problem-solving skills while encouraging student creativity. After reading an online story, students participate in a class...more
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This math-based activity addresses reading, computer, and problem-solving skills while encouraging student creativity. After reading an online story, students participate in a class survey based on the story content, use that data to create a graph, and construct and illustrate a related word problem.

tag(s): charts and graphs (164), problem solving (219)

#### In the Classroom

This activity provides many opportunities for differentiation. Provide students with choices in style or mode of graphing, math operations used in the word problems, or style of illustration.