I just finished up a little freebie for y'all. It's insect themed and will give your kids some addition and graphing practice. If you end up downloading it, I wanted to explain that for both graphing activities, there is a rectangular box, sort of off to the side. I use this so that my kids write down every person's initials in the class first and then as they ask each person, they write the answer down and then cross the name off. Have you ever watched kids very excited to go around with their little clipboards asking the survey question then they forget who they asked and the graph just doesn't add up. Been there, done that! Not anymore though. I tell my kids now that their graphs need to reflect the number of kids in the class and when they do it correctly, it does add up. I'm tough aren't I? But, seriously though, they rise to the challenge. You can click on any of these pics to download.
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Thanks to everyone who entered my Groovy Giveaway, I really appreciate it. The winner was Noelle Pickering who recieves a $25 TPT gift certificate, a Melonheadz bundle and some great Stampin Up stuff!