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The best source of graphs I have found are in each week's Scholastic News. They always have some type of graph on page 4 of the almost weekly publication.

If you have access to the Scholastic News website, at least twice per month one of their skill sheets is a graph with questions.

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Ann&Andy 10-14-2012 06:55 AM

Maybe this will help...graphsgalore-you use it on a smartboard. It has a variety of graphs some are done and then your students get to read the results. I enjoy using it with my students.

ConnieWI 10-12-2012 04:00 PM

The best source of graphs I have found are in each week's Scholastic News. They always have some type of graph on page 4 of the almost weekly publication.

If you have access to the Scholastic News website, at least twice per month one of their skill sheets is a graph with questions.

ILove2teach 10-12-2012 09:55 AM

Hi,
I am looking for sources where students take graphs and draw conclusions about the data & also make predictions based on patterns. I haven't been able to find anything... anyone have any sources? Thanks!




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