# Sorting (Grade 1)

Videos and songs to help Grade 1 kids learn how to organize, represent, and interpret data with up to three categories; ask and answer questions about the total number of data points, how many in each category, and how many more or less are in one category than in another.

Common Core: 1.MD.4

### Suggested Learning Target

- I can organize data in up to three categories.
- I can represent data in up to three categories.
- I can answer questions about the total number of data points and how many data points are in each category.

- I can sort data into separate categories
- I can display data in appropriate graph, such as a picture graph
- I can answer questions about the data such as ‘Which category has more?’ ‘Which category has less?’ ‘What is the favorite snack of our class?’ ‘How many more stickers does Sam have than John?’

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More Lessons for Grade 1
Common Core for Grade 1
Organize and represent data in a graph

What is data?

Step 1: Organize data.

Step 2: Read the data.

Math Sorting and Patterning part 1.

Math Sorting and Patterning part 2.

Math Sorting and Patterning part 3.

Math Sorting and Patterning part 4

Using a Venn Diagram.

Classifying & Sorting

Attributes are words used to describe objects.

Color: Purple, Red, White, Blue, Green and so on

Size: Big, Little, Tiny and so on

Texture: Rough, Smooth, Sticky, Soft, Prickly and so on

Shape: Circle, Triangle, Square, Rectangle and so on

Quantity (How many): 1 , 5, 20, 80 and so on.

Picture Graphs.

Using A Tally Chart

This tutorial shows how to use a tally chart to record data from a simple survey.

Using a Picture Graph.

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