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TeachEngineering: Growing and Graphing

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A great lesson on graphing spelled out in exquisite detail! Your lower elementary students will love this exercise in non-standard measurement and graphing as it gets them out of their classroom and into those of older students, all in the interest of science and mathematics. The lesson includes a materials list, motivation for the lesson, the procedure, and and section on assessment as well as extension activities. Also provided are links to state standards.

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