What you will need:
Step 2: Make A Graph
Step 3: Share & Reflect
At the end of a math lesson I like to take a few minutes to share and reflect. Invite students to share their nature hunt results with the class by presenting their graphs. Encourage students to ask the presenter questions such as:
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Engage and motivate your students to practice and review graph skills with this fun Math Mystery, the 'Case of The Greedy Gnome!'
Students will be required to complete tasks involving graphs to unlock important clues that will help them solve the case. An optional video hook is available to set the stage to engage. Video Hook
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