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### Gummy bear lesson

1. 1. Materials Needed<br />thinking cap<br />pencil<br />scratch paper<br />crayons<br />colored pencils<br />most & <br /> least<br />homework page<br />practice page<br />Next page<br />
2. 2. Most and Least<br />There is someone who can’t wait to be part of our lesson today! He is going to help us learn how to make a bar graph, and find out what the words most and least mean.<br />Next page<br />
3. 3. Most and Least<br /> I went to have a snack today, and thought about <br />him when I was looking at the gummy bears <br />left in my jar. I wondered which color I had <br />the Most of, <br />and which I had the Least of.<br />Next page<br />
4. 4. Hmm, do the pieces create anything in your mind? Do you think you know what it is? Let’s find out.<br />Next page<br />
5. 5. Here He Is !!!<br />I am your <br />Gummy Bear<br />Next page<br />
6. 6. Today’s Vocabulary<br />We’re going to have to know and understand some vocabulary words for today’s lesson. <br />They are; say them after me -<br />1. Gummy Bear<br />2. bar graph<br />5. predict<br /> [to make a guess]<br />3. least [the smallest number]<br />4. most [the largest number]<br />Next page<br />8. green<br />9. blue<br />7. red<br />6. yellow<br />
7. 7. We are actually going to create a Gummy Bearbar graph today, but first let’s predict how many of each color you think we have.Remember, to predict means to make a guess about something when you don’t know the actual answer.<br />Write down at home what your prediction for each color is.<br />Yellow_______<br />Red_______<br />Green _______<br />Blue _______<br />Next page<br />
8. 8. Count the gummy bears with me as they come out of the jar.<br />How many of each Gummy Bear did we have?<br />2<br />Yellow_______<br />Red_______<br />Green _______<br />Blue _______<br /> 4<br />6<br />8<br />Next page<br />How did you do with your predictions, were they close or right on? <br />
9. 9. Let’s Graph those Gummy Bears ! ! <br />Gummy Bears<br />Yellow<br />Red<br />Green<br />Blue<br />0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9<br />2<br />4<br />6<br />8<br />Next page<br />See what number each colored bar stops on.<br />
10. 10. Which color had the most gummy bears and which one had the least?<br />Most = 8 blue <br />Least = 2 yellow<br />2<br />8<br />8<br />2<br />Next page<br />2<br />8<br />most<br />least<br />
11. 11. Review Time<br />Now let’s read them this way<br />Vocabulary<br />[Let’s read together]<br />gummy bear<br />bar graph<br />least<br />most<br />yellow<br />red<br />green<br />blue<br />least = [the smallest number]<br />most = [the largest number]<br />a bar graph uses bars to show how many<br />Gummy Bear<br />yellow<br />red<br />green<br />Next page<br />blue<br />
12. 12. Pssst<br />most = the largest # <br />least = the smallest #<br />Practice Page<br />For questions 1 & 2, write how many for each group on the line below its picture. Then answer the question by writing the number that goes with the underlined word.<br />1.<br />4<br />The most equals? _____<br />4<br />3<br />2.<br />2<br />The least equals? _____<br />6<br />2<br />Numbers we are graphing<br /> `++ +<br />Yellow<br />Red<br />Green<br />Blue<br />2<br />3<br />4<br />6<br />Color the boxes in to match the numbers you wrote above. Use the first number for the first color and so on.<br />0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 <br />2<br />3<br />4<br />6<br />
13. 13. Homework<br />For questions 1 & 2, write how many for each group on the line below its picture. Then answer the question by writing the number that goes with the underlined word.<br />1.<br />The least equals? _____<br />2.<br />The most equals? _____<br />Numbers we are graphing<br />Color the boxes in to match the number you wrote above for each set of pictures. <br />Choose four (4) different colors of your choice.<br />0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 <br />
14. 14. Awesome Job!!! Hard work pays off, now let’s have some fun!<br />The End<br />