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Free Line Plot Worksheet; Using Fractions to Measure Crayon Lengths, Grades 4–6

In this post, I want to share a great line plot activity for late elementary or middle school students. I highly recommend this line plot worksheet because it brings together several topics in one...Read more

Creating the Scale on a Bar Graph With Non-Unit Scales, Grade 3–4

I wanted to share with you today some ideas about creating the scale on a bar graph for Grade 3 and Grade 4. The download for this post is a tip sheet from the Progress in Mathematics math...Read more

The Classroom Store Budgeting Lesson, Grades 1–5

At the beginning of the year I gave my fourth grade students a pre-test, which assessed the prerequisite skills necessary for students to be successful in math this year. Many of the questions on the...Read more

A Bar Graph Activity with a Literacy Spin, Grades 2–4

Here’s a fun bar graph activity for second to fourth grade students. With this activity students will be graphing data about the character length of their first names and answering higher-order...Read more

Welcome to the Progress in Math Blog

I am so glad that you found this math blog among all the possible sites you might have landed on through the Internet, and I hope you keep with me as I continue to develop the blog. What you will...Read more

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