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St. Patrick’s Day Graphing
To prepare this activity, I put some erasers in a little cauldron (so sorry, that didn’t make it into the picture) and then we sort the erasers on a paper plate. I find it’s a good idea to give kids work space boundaries when there’s lots of little pieces involved. A paper plate works great for this!
Students sort the pieces, graph their findings, and then use their graph to answer questions on the right.You can download a copy of this page by clicking on the picture below. Don’t have erasers to match? No worries, I included some cut apart pictures in the download that you can use instead! 🙂