Content Card – Solving Algebraic Expressions

Another one completed! Click here to get the pdf.  Don’t forget to run this on one sheet of paper for a one-pager (front and back) content card.

Analysis Questions – Line Graphs

In this pdf, I’ve included examples of analysis questions for two different line graphs.  Both of these are for the elementary level.  For each set of questions, I’ve also included a large size of the graph that you can project and/or give students as they work to answer these questions. Download the pdf of theContinue reading “Analysis Questions – Line Graphs”

Content Card – Line Graphs, Elementary Level

This content card is for the elementary level.  The content card shows the parts of a line graph, ideas for comparing data, the definition of a line graph, and common words for describing the amounts in a graph. Download this two-page content card for line graphs.

Setting Achievement Bars

With the end of the school year comes time for district and school staff to determine how well students have learned.  School Boards do this also.  If you want to measure student achievement at higher levels, one way is to look at how your state sets its achievement bar on the state tests your studentsContinue reading “Setting Achievement Bars”

Fix That Graph – Sources of Revenue

Here’s the scenario.  A local school district has just released its proposed budget for the upcoming two-year period.  Within the 157 page budget document are two pie charts – one for revenues and one for expenditures.  The graphic on the left is the actual pie chart for revenues. Take a look at the graph andContinue reading “Fix That Graph – Sources of Revenue”

Content Card – Bar Graph

This content card is designed for elementary school students.  If you like this one, just let me know and I’ll add to the content for middle and high school students. Download the bar graph content card in pdf format.

Fix That Graph – Student Enrollment

It’s your turn.  You get to make the enrollment graph for the next meeting of the School Board.  Yippeee! Here’s what you’ve come up with.  Ugh!  You’re just not satisified.  But don’t worry. There’s a fix.  Just download the pdf below and you’ll have it in your squeaky-clean,  germ-free hands.Fix That Graph, 02

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