Construct and use information presented in a table to solve problems.
Understand that data located in a table or grid is a combination of both row and column.
Understand that rows and columns in a table have headers that indicate the type of data.
Table, Row, Column
- constructed a table using different colored animals by following the categories provided in the headers
- colored in shapes the appropriate color by following the information provided in the headers
- used the data from a set of pictures to fill in a table
- used their completed table to answer questions about the data
Use the data from the shapes above to fill in the table and answer the questions below.
1. Were there more red triangles or red squares?
2. Which color had the most shapes?
1. There were more red triangles.
2. There were the most blue shapes.
Use visual discrimination to solve spatial questions.
Match a given object to its silhouette (contour).
Use observation skills to determine missing components.
Use tracking skills to determine which objects disappear throughout a picture sequence.
Silhouette, Same, Different
- matched pictures of animals to their silhouettes
- analyzed two pictures to find 10 differences between them
- identified which object was missing from the plate when one object was removed
- used tracking skills to determine which object disappeared from one set to another