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# Jelly Bean Fun

Jelly Bean Fun. Jelly Bean Fun. By: Rachael Lyons. Rachael Lyons. Second Grade Math Class. Purpose : Have students understand sorting colors, how to make predictions, and apply the results in a graph made in excel. Objectives :

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1. JellyBeanFun Jelly Bean Fun By: Rachael Lyons Rachael Lyons

3. Purpose: • Have students understand sorting colors, how to make predictions, and apply the results in a graph made in excel. • Objectives: • Sort and classify objects by attributes, and organize data into categories in a simple table or chart.

4. Vocabulary Sorting: separating objects into shapes, color, and size. Prediction: an educated guess on how many of each color jelly beans you will get out of 10. Graphing: using a bar graph to compare the prediction of jelly beans to the actual count of jelly beans.

5. How to Predict • Students will all look at a jar full of jelly beans. • The colors inside will be blue, red, green, and purple • The students will predict how many of each color there are in the jar • They will guess how many jelly beans of each color there are in the jar and record the data

6. Sorting • Separate the jelly beans into groups of colors • Record how many jelly beans there are for each of the four colors

7. Graphing • Chart the data that has been recorded • Graph the actual vs. predicted amount of jelly beans based on there color • Using a bar graph

8. Graph Designed from Data Recorded

9. Lets see what we know! • We just learned about the different vocabulary and how each of them work. Now lets see how well you know and understand the vocabulary!

10. Question # 1 • What is a prediction? Multiplying and dividing fractions A bar graph an educated guess on how many of each color jelly beans you will get out of 10.

11. Question #2 What is Sorting? separating objects into shapes, color, and size. Sorting is fractions Moving objects into shapes, color , and size

12. Question #3 What is a graph? A term that has nothing to do with math A order of operation used to compare predictions using a bar graph to compare the prediction of jelly beans to the actual count of jelly beans.

13. Incorrect! • Lets try that again! • Remember to try and think about the question before answering it!

14. Incorrect!! • Remember the key word in this question is SORT!

15. Incorrect!!! • Try to think of what you remember from graphs what do graphs show?

16. Correct! • A prediction is an educated guess on how many of each color jelly beans you will get out of 10

17. Correct!! • The definition of Sorting is separating objects into shapes, color, and size.

18. Correct!!! • The Definition of a graph is using a bar graph to compare the prediction of jelly beans to the actual count of jelly beans.

19. Conclusion • Hopefully now you have a better understanding of the words: Prediction, sorting, and graphing. Now to better understand these words we can sort anything now! Next time we will sort different kinds of toy cars!

20. Rife, Heather (2009, June). Sorting in Math. Retrieved June 28, 2009. http://www.lessonplanspasge.com/MathSortingShowNTellK2.htm • A-Z Teacher Stuff. Retrieved June 28, 2009 http://lessonplanz.com/Lesson_Plans/Mathematics/__Grades_K-2/Classification___Sorting/index.shtml • Lesson Planet: A Search Engine for Teachers. Retrieved June 28, 2009. http://www.lessonplanet.com/search?grade=All&keywords=candy+sorting&rating=3&search_type=related

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