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Graphs Charts, and Diagrams - CCSS 2.MD.D.9, 2.MD.D.10

 1. Bar Chart. Click Image to Enlarge Create your own bar graph using your data. SEE MORE 2. Bar Graph Interactive. Click Image to Enlarge Graph data sets in bar graphs using your own data or pre-set data. SEE MORE 3. Data & Graphs. Click Image to Enlarge IXL offers sixteen second grade math skills to explore and learn! SEE MORE 4. Dedicated Bar Graph Generator. Click Image to Enlarge Create and print colorful graphs with your own labels, values, and colors.  SEE MORE 5. Graph Quiz Generator. Click Image to Enlarge Make you own quizzes by selecting the number of questions, the level of difficulty, and the specific types of charts or graphs to include in the questions. SEE MORE 6. Graphmaster. Click Image to Enlarge Students can create their own interactive bar graph, line graph, or pie charts inputting their own data. Each graph will also generate questions about the graph. SEE MORE 7. How It All Stacks Up. Click Image to Enlarge Students interpret and compare information using a bar graph. SEE MORE 8. Interpreting Charts and Graphs. Click Image to Enlarge Three activities for students to practice finding information in a chart and/or graph. SEE MORE 9. Introduction to Bar Graphs - Online. Click Image to Enlarge This activity requires students to read basic bar graphs. Immediate feedback is given. SEE MORE 10. Kids Have Pets. Click Image to Enlarge Learn about the parts of a bar graph and how to collect information. SEE MORE 11. Kinds of Graphs. Click Image to Enlarge Learn about various types of graphs. SEE MORE 12. Pictographs. Click Image to Enlarge Select from a variety of pictograph activities and answer the questions. User can even choose own values. SEE MORE 13. Pie Charts. Click Image to Enlarge Create your own pie chart. SEE MORE 14. Play Ball. Click Image to Enlarge Collect data to put on a picture graph. SEE MORE 15. Tally Chart Quiz. Click Image to Enlarge Use the tally chart to answer each question. SEE MORE 16. The Jellybean Tree. Click Image to Enlarge “Pick” the jellybeans and drag and drop them to their correct places in a bar graph shown on the other side of the screen. Each time the game is played there will be a different total number of jellybeans and a different number of each color of jellybean; always between 25 and 50 total.  SEE MORE

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