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Graphing Activities and Games | Independence Day


Hands-On math activities for graphing during Independence Day.

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Are you looking for a fun fine motor, hands-on, 4th of July Graphing and Counting activity to help teach these math skills in small groups or to use in math centers? This is a fun game that your students can also work on independently and even great for early finishers and morning work! There are 10 different mats!

  • Roll & Graph – Students will use a dice to roll a colored snap cube. The student will then find a matching snap cube and place it on the mat. The student will then color in one square on the graphing recording sheet above the matching color. Students will keep rolling, matching, and graphing until the mat is full. Once the mat is full, students can compare each column of the graph to see which color is the greatest and the least.

Students will love building these patriotic theme, flag, eagle, Liberty Bell, and Uncle Sam themed pictures with their snap cubes!

Check out my other Snap Cubes games here!

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