1. Math Centers Gr. 3 − 4 =

*WONDERFUL, fun centers. Colorful. Easily completed independently.*

2. Using the Standards: Data & Probability Gr. 4:

*Good independent practice.*

3. Gotta Have Graphs! Grades Gr. 1 − 6 =

*Great Activities.*

4. Graphing Hidden Pictures Gr. 2 − 3 =

*Good book. The students really enjoyed it, but it was too easy for them.*

5. Graphiti =

*The newest edition to the collection...just arrived today. I think that this book will be a nice challenge for my students.*

Above is my

**Coordinate Graphing with Candy! Activity.**

**Materials**: The students each get a 4 quadrant white erase board, marker, and tissues (for erasing).

**Directions**: I walk around with a baggie of smarties and place one Smartie (or two or three for faster-working students) on the students' board at a time. To eat the candy, they must correctly identify the ordered pair of the Smartie.

The kids LOVE it. And it works just as well with M&M's and coordinate graphing in just Quadrant I.

I am

*THRILLED*about the "**Where's Wilson" and "Where's Wilma" Domino Games**I just purchased!

*Above is "Where's Wilson"....The students play the game similar to dominos. They work in small groups to match up ordered pairs and graphs on the dominos. Today I had the students work on "Where's Wilson" has students work in just Quadrant I. "Where's Wilma"challenges students to work in the four Quadrants.*

Overall, today was a great day of new math activities and old math activities. Some of the old math activities included having each student have a try at a coordinate graphing game on the board using the mimeo....

****Soooo LETS HAVE A MATH-GRAPHING-GAMES-LINKY-PARTY!****

*Link up your favorite interactive-graphing sites!*

Note: This is my first time using inlinkz...and i cannot figure out how to get the title below to say "math." NOT "science." haha WHOOPS! Link up anyway! ;)

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