Ask students what's wrong with the first pictogram; why is it wrong. Take as many responses as they can think of then show them the correct one.Flick between the two; did they miss anything?
Good and Bad Pictograms
Subject Math — Measurement and Data, Statistics and Probability
Grade Level Grades 3-8
Resource Type Presentation
Nice start to a discussion to emphasise understanding and to encourage independent learning for low ability groups - thanks for sharing!
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