## Video: Answering Questions with Bar Charts

Answering Questions with Bar Charts Dr. Longie uses bar charts to track the buffaloes and keep Mean Mena from getting him fired.

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## Video: Answering Questions with Bar Charts

## Lesson: Reading a Pictograph

## Video: Solve Long Division Problems by Guessing

## Video: Visualizing the Exact Fish Problem

## Build a Model

## Fractions Video: Using Number Lines in Fraction Problems

Answering Questions with Bar Charts Dr. Longie uses bar charts to track the buffaloes and keep Mean Mena from getting him fired.

Reading a Pictograph Pictographs are a fun, easy introduction to graphs. This video shows how to use a pictograph to answer questions, like how students get to school. This video and lesson slides are ready to go for your class. Students will learn the basics of how to use a graph. Video

Solving Long Division Problems by Guessing Can the first step in solving a long division problem really be to guess at the answer? Yes, yes, it can. https://youtu.be/KkdHdqi73ds

Standards Apply and extend previous understandings of multiplication and division. CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.5.NF.B.3Interpret a fraction as division of the numerator by the denominator (a/b = a ÷ b). Solve word problems involving division of whole numbers leading to answers in the form of fractions or mixed numbers, e.g., by using visual fraction models or equations to represent the problem. Visualizing the…

Standard There’s more than one way to solve a problem, which is why we have a whole series of videos teaching problem-solving. Lesson One problem-solving strategy: build a model A model can be visual, as shown in this video. There’s also nothing wrong with a physical model, say, actually putting a dozen books in a…

This is a great 10-minute lesson. Watch this Standards-aligned video on how to use a number line in fraction problems.

## Census 2020 Statistics Lessons

Here’s a grab-and-go list of curated census lessons for K-8. Some even feature free, accessible online tools for perusal directly from the Census.gov site!