We've been busy, to say the least. This week we started measuring things besides length? Can you measure how much people like chocolate ice cream? Or if people would rather be dinosaurs or gorillas? Sure! We now know how to take survey and analyze the results. Today we got to make up our own questions and find out our classmates preferences. It was a challenge making sure we were organized enough to ask all 17 of our classmates.
We wanted to know...
Would you rather be an elephant, snake, or barnacle?
Do you like mangoes, peaches, or apples better?
Would you rather play on the slide, swings, or monkey bars?
Do you like math, reading, or writing better?
We also spent some time graphing fun 100th day of school information. Yesterday we predicted how many times we could write our name, legibly, in 100 seconds. Then we tested out our predictions. Some of us were close and some of us were REALLY far off. We analyzed this information too and made a neat graph. Sometimes a picture is worth 1000 words.
(for the Gratitude Project)
Amazon Gift Cards
(for classroom and art supplies)