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Representing Data (modified Everyday Mathemathics strand)


* This unit is an adaptation of the Everyday Mathematics (EM) Kindergarten Curriculum, 4th Edition, published by McGraw Hill Education.  The source material is copyrighted and all rights are reserved.  With this in mind, only the adaptations will be explored in this document.  To access the Everyday Mathematics curriculum and some online components, your school or district must purchase them from McGraw Hill.

The Everyday Mathematics curriculum does not teach concepts in the historical unit-by-unit format.  Rather, key concepts are introduced and revisited in several units throughout the year.  The focus on returning to concept strands is referred to as “spiralling.”  The spiral strand targeted in this unit is focussed on data collection and representation.  Students will learn how to represent data on (and read data from) charts and graphs.


Learning Targets: 
Count to tell the number of objects.
Compare numbers.
Classify objects and count the number of objects in each category.
Patrick McEneany
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Common Core Math