We started off with a graphing activity looking at how the students would be getting home. We made a frequency chart then graphed our results together both as a pictograph (using SoftSchools.com) and as a bar graph which became anchor charts in my classroom:
In our next lesson, the students surveyed their classmates about their favorite things (pets, music, books, food, etc.). They had to make a frequency chart, graph it, and create three questions for other students to answer about the graph. I modeled questioning with our class's graph using sentence stems as a guide. I think they turned out well, and I got to break in my Pinterest-worthy bulletin board!
For our first Fun Friday, we brought out the iPads to do some Kahoot! quizzes and practice our digital literacy skills and responsibility. We did a quick quiz on what they've learned about me, then we did some math review on addition, subtraction, and place value. The students really loved this activity and I plan on using it for some future assignments.
Have a FANTASTIC week!