Question of the Day Graphing Poster
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Question of the Day Graphing Poster, Write Again®
This Really Good Stuff® Activity Guide
Congratulations on your purchase of the Really Good Stuff® Question of the Day Graphing Poster! This Poster is a wonderfully easy and fun way to explore graphing and organizational concepts as you and your children share preferences and get to know each other better.
Meeting Common Core State Standards This Really Good Stuff® Question of the Day Graphing Poster is aligned with the following Common Core State Standards for Mathematics:
question, "Do you have a younger brother?" so it asks "What is the best thing about being a younger brother?" In each case, you can brainstorm three possible answers with the children and label the three columns with those answers.
As children look on, choose one YES/NO question (or a revised version of this question); use a dry erase marker to record this question at the top of the Poster.
Post the YES/NO/UNDECIDED choices at the top of the columns, or if you have revised the question to accommodate choices, brainstorm some possible choices and post the choices you agreed upon at the top of the columns.
Measurement and Data
Solve simple put-together, take-apart, and compare problems using information presented in a bar graph.
Solve one- and two-step “how many more” and “how many less” problems using information presented in scaled bar graphs.
It is also aligned with the following Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts:
Comprehension and Collaboration
Prepare for and participate effectively in a range of conversations and collaborations with diverse partners, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively.
Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas
Adapt speech to a variety of contexts and communicative
tasks, demonstrating command of formal English when indicated or appropriate.
How to Introduce the Poster
Begin by looking at the Poster together. Ask children to tell what they notice about the Poster. (E.g., It has blank spaces on top; it is divided into three columns, etc.)
Refer to the list of questions included in this guide. These questions have been crafted so they can be responded to with a vote of YES or NO. If you choose to use the questions as written, use a dry erase marker to label the three columns as follows: YES/NO/UNDECIDED.
Instead of using the YES/NO/UNDECIDED voting model, you can also slightly revise each question so it can accommodate two or three specific choices. For example, you can rewrite the YES/NO question, "Do you like to play video games?" so it asks "Which video game is your favorite?" Or, you can rewrite the YES/NO
200 Questions of the Day
Do you ride a bus to school?
Do you walk to school?
Are you new to our school?
Do you have an older sister?
Do you have an older brother?
Do you have a younger sister?
Do you have a younger brother?
Are you an only child?
Do you own a pet dog?
Do you own a pet cat?
Have you ever touched a real snake?
Do you watch TV?
Do you like to play video games?
Do you have a favorite book?
Do you have a favorite author?
Do you have a favorite TV show?
Have you ever dropped an ice cream cone?
Have you ever broken a bone?
Have you ever felt very lucky?
Have you ever felt very unlucky?
Do you like any foods that are round?
Do you like any green food?
Do you like to play in rain?
Do you like to play in snow?
Do you like to feel the wind?
Do you have a favorite song?
Have you ever held a little kitten?
Do you have jobs to do at home?
Do you know how to make a meal?
All activity guides can be found online.
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