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Let's Make a Circle Graph (First Step Nonfiction: Graph It!) (edition 2012)

by Robin Nelson

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Title:Let's Make a Circle Graph (First Step Nonfiction: Graph It!)
Authors:Robin Nelson
Info:Lerner Classroom (2012), Paperback, 23 pages
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Tags:math, circle, graph, chart, children, school, class, teacher, interactive, age 3-5

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Let's Make a Circle Graph (First Step Nonfiction) by Robin Nelson

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There are many types of graphs to display survey results and other data. Circle graphs are used to show parts of a whole. Watch as Mr. Hall teaches his class about what a circle graph is and how it can be used. Mr. Hall teaches his students how to make a circle graph by making one about his students. This story is written with simple controlled vocabulary and made for readers to help them understand the concept of what a circle graph can do. With one sentence on each of the page, this will be a great read-alone book for young children. It would have been great if the author also added the alternative name, pie chart, since circle graph also can mean different things in the mathematics world. The book uses actual photographs of a teacher and his students, making it easier for students to relate to the teaching situation. By looking at the photographs, the readers will be able to tell that Mr. Hall is trying to teach his students, just like how the readers’ teachers might.

This book is a great introductory book. Through it, the readers will be able to enhance their reading ability as well as learning about a math concept, the circle graph. After reading this book, the readers might want to make their own circle graph. ( )
  jinmoon | Nov 10, 2012 |
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Simple text and illustrations introduce circle graphs and how they are used to represent data.

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