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This worktext covers common statistical graphs and related topics for grades 2-5. It is a worktext, containing both the "text" (instruction) and the "work" (exercises and problems).
The book starts with the easiest topics: reading and making bar graphs, pictograms, histograms, and various kinds of line graphs. Toward the end of the book, we study average (also called the mean) and mode, and how these two concepts relate to line and bar graphs. Lastly, we study Circle Graphs.
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Take a peek at some of the previous volumes:
June 2022: Exponents & Scientific Notation, End-of-year award, interview of me, multiplication flash cards, Minimalist Math Curriculum, Summer math
February 2022: Visualizing factors, drilling times tables, geometric art project, data science course, and just for FUN!
October 2021: Speed in math, multiplication table searches, Hexingo - order of operations game, virtual dice roller and coin tosser, and just for fun!
March 2020: Math facts, sieve of Eratosthenes, teaching word problems, the equals sign, "How to Learn Math" course, and just for fun!
November 2019: Why are fractions so difficult, spiral multiplication game, Understanding the concept of division, digit disguises, inspirational video from a young mathematician, and just for fun
February 2019: Exponent rules, Toy Theater games, Infinity Tiles, Magic Crosses and Matador Dominoes puzzles
November 2018: Preschool math with a 100-bead abacus; abacus and the concept of division; worksheets for the order of operations; perfect parent; a word problem with NO question...?!?!
April 2018: Attitude towards math, word problems, math symbols, algebra 1 resources