Grades

    Re: "Chrysanthemum" Name Graph
    kristine


    I do this every year, I am in.

    On 8/09/14, Sharon wrote:
    > Thanks for your interest! I love doing the graph with my own
    > class, and think the kids would really enjoy seeing other
    > kindergarten class graphs. My email is: sgilmore@sbesyes.org
    > My school starts on August 20th, and I usually read
    > Chrysanthemum withing the first two weeks of starting. I
    > thought if we all planned on doing the story and making the
    > graphs during the first week in September that would give
    > classes that start later time to get involved. You can email
    > me your email address and we can work out the details.
    > Hopefully, we'll get a few more interested teachers.
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    > On 8/09/14, dsmith wrote:
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    >> I would like to join, thanks. Where can I send my email and
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    >> On 8/08/14, Sharon wrote:
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    >>> I'm looking for a few other kindergarten classrooms that
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    >>> would like to create classroom name graphs inspired by the
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    >>> story "Chrysnathemum" by Kevin Henkes. Each class would
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    >>> create a graph of the length of their students' names in
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    >>> their class, take a photo of the completed graph and email
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    >>> it to the other participating classes. Each individual
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    >>> teacher can then decide how to share the data: post photos
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    >>> of each class' graph on a board, create a slide show, or
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    >>> make a book of the name graphs. Other activities may
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    >>> include finding the longest/shortest name out of all the
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    >>> classes, or finding what names appear most often.
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