Every Day Counts GLEs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 12, 13, 14, 29, 31, 32, 37, 40, 42) Lesson 1.1 ·Calendar – Every day attach the Calendar Piece for that day.Students will describe the pattern and predict what will appear next. ·Daily Depositor – You may want to begin the Depositor on September 1st.If you choose to begin in August, each day you will add a dollar equal to the date.Be sure to add money for the weekend days.When trades are necessary, let students explain the trading. ·Counting Tape – The Counting Tape keeps up with the days of school, so on the first day you will write number 1 on adding machine tape.If you don’t begin on the first day, be sure to catch up as soon as possible. ·Coin Counter – The Coin Counter will also match the number of days in school by displaying that value with the fewest number of coins in the top pocket of the Coin Counter.Shade the same number of pennies on the 100 Penny Grid.This is a visual representation of the pennies as a fractional part of one dollar. ·Graph – You will begin the graph in September. Day 2 Every Day Counts - Update all. ·Calendar – Students will predict what pattern piece and color they think will appear.Students will tell what patterns they see.You may want to record answers to add to them later. ·Counting Tape – On Day 2, you will write a 2 on the Counting Tape next to the 1. ·Coin Counter – Add a penny to show the number of days in school.Shade the same number of pennies of the 100 Penny Grid and record the decimal notation.
Suggested La. LEAP Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations: Lesson 1 (p. 1-12)**http://www.louisianaschools.net/lde/uploads/2096.pdf** ·Calendar – What was the date 3 days ago?What will be the day 4 days from today?What color are the odd numbers?What color are the even numbers?
Pacing for Test Success Activity

Day 3 Lesson 1.2 Every Day Counts – Update all. ·Calendar – What numbers have dots on them?What does that mean?What is the color pattern?What is the shape pattern? ·Counting Tape – At the end of the first week, students will discuss which numbers on the tape are multiples of 2.Use counters to show that multiples of 2 can be divided into equal groups of 2 without any leftovers.Students discuss that multiples of 2 are also even numbers.As students identify even numbers or multiples of 2 the Heart Multiple Marker will be attached below the number.This will continue for the remainder of the year. ·Coin Counter – When 5 pennies are accumulated for the 5th day of school, you will trade the pennies for a nickel.You will always keep the fewest number of coins in the top pocket.In the other pockets you will display other possible combinations for the same amount. You may want to make a rule about the number of pennies that can be used.

Lesson 1.3

Day 1 ·Update all. ·Calendar – What was the date 3 days ago?What will be the date 4 days from today?What was the date a week ago?What will be the date in a week? ·Counting Tape – Can you put 2 counters into equal groups of 2 with no leftovers?(yes)So 2 is a multiple of 2 and gets a heart on the Counting Tape?How about 3?Can the counters be put into equal groups of 2 with no leftovers? (no)So 3 is not a multiple of 2.You will want to continue to have this conversation with different numbers.You may want to have students make a chart to visually show this thinking.
La. LEAP Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations: Lesson 3 (p. 22-28) **http://www.louisianaschools.net/lde/uploads/2098.pdf**
Day 2 ·Update all. ·Coin Counter – You may need to have a short discussion about the value of coins. Use this as an opportunity to develop mental math strategies and learn about decimals and fractions.
Pacing for Test Success

Day 3 ·Update all. ·Calendar – Describe the sides of the rectangles.What does it mean that opposite sides are parallel?What is the same about a square and a rectangle?Make a Venn diagram or Double Bubble (Thinking Maps) to compare and contrast rectangles and squares.
La. LEAP Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations: Lesson 3 (p. 22-28)-- Complete**http://www.louisianaschools.net/lde/uploads/2098.pdf**

Lesson 1.4
Every Day Counts GLEs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 12, 13, 14, 29, 31, 32, 37, 40, 42) Day 1 ·Update all. ·Counting Tape – Continue to use the language of equal groups with no leftovers when you discuss the Counting Tape.Count by 2’s.Is today’s day of school odd or even?How do you know? ·Louisiana Leap Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations Lesson 7 (pg. 55-67) **http://www.doe.state.la.us/lde/uploads/2102.pdf**
Day 2 ·Update all. ·Coin Counter – On the 10th day of school, point out that 10 cents is one tenth of a dollar or ten hundredths of a dollar.In the top pocket you will place a dime, 2 nickels in the next pocket and 1 nickel and 5 pennies in the bottom pocket. ·Pacing for Test Success Day 3 ·Update all. ·Calendar – Is a square a rectangle?Why?What color and shape are the odd numbers? What numbers have dots on them? ·Louisiana Leap Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations Lesson 7 (pg. 55-67) **http://www.doe.state.la.us/lde/uploads/2102.pdf**
Day 4 ·Update all.

Lesson 1.5

Every Day Counts GLEs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 12, 13, 14, 29, 31, 32, 37, 40, 42) Day 1 ·Update all. ·The first of September you will begin the depositor and the graph. ·Daily Depositor – Display the depositor poster and recording chart.Explain to students that in September a dollar amount equal to the date will be added to the Depositor.Money will be added for the weekend days and other days students are not in school.Students should begin thinking and predicting whether the Depositor will accumulate one million dollars by the end of school.Update predictions regularly.$1 will be added on the first day of September, $2 will be added on September 2nd, and $3 will be added on September 3, and so on.
Pacing for Test Success Activity
Day 2
Update all. ·Calendar – Use the same calendar pieces for September or make your own using the same shapes with different colors. ·Graph – Use 1 inch Squared Paper to make a bar graph.Cut and tape together 2-inch widths to make a 60” X 2” strip.Place in a small paper bag 1 unnumbered red square and 1 unnumbered blue rectangle.Explain to students that within the month you will have a total of 60 draws from the bag.Students make predictions and post them nearby.For each draw, use a red and blue crayon to record the result of each draw on the bar graph.
La. LEAP Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations: Lesson 5 (p38-44.)**http://www.louisianaschools.net/lde/uploads/2100.pdf**
Day 3 ·Daily Depositor – Add a dollar amount equal to the date to the Depositor.When trades are necessary, students will tell you what should be traded and where the new bills should be placed.When the money has been added and trades are complete, write the addition on the recording sheet.You may let a different student each day check using the calculator.
La. LEAP Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations: Lesson 5 (p38-44.) **http://www.louisianaschools.net/lde/uploads/2100.pdf**
Pacing for Test Success Activity

Lesson 1.6 Every Day Counts GLEs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 12, 13, 14, 29, 31, 32, 37, 40, 42) Day 1 ·Update all. ·Counting Tape – What number has the 5th heart?The 7th heart?Name some multiples of 2.Is 9 a multiple of 2?How do you know?
La. LEAP Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations: Lesson 21 (p.40b-46b)http://www.louisianaschools.net/lde/uploads/2120.pdf

Day 2 ·Update all. ·Coin Counter – Frequently talk about dimes and pennies as tenths and hundredths of a dollar.Show fraction and decimal notation of the pennies collected.
Pacing for Test Success Activity

Lesson 1.7
Every Day Counts GLEs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 12, 13, 14, 29, 31, 32, 37, 40, 42) Day 1 ·Update all. ·Graph - How many draws do we have so far?What is the difference between the number of red and blue draws? La. LEAP Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations: Lesson 22 (p.47B-51b)**http://www.louisianaschools.net/lde/uploads/2121.pdf**

Day 2 ·Update all. ·Calendar – What was the date a week ago?What day of the week was 2 days ago?What day of the week will be in 3 days?What will the date be?What will be the date in a week?2 weeks?How many days are in a week?2 weeks?3 weeks? ·Daily Depositor – Today is September _.How much money do we have?How many tens?Ones?How much money will we add today?What will be our new total?Do we need to make a trade?

Lesson 1.8 Every Day Counts GLEs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 12, 13, 14, 29, 31, 32, 37, 40, 42) Day 1 ·Update all. ·Calendar – Review the attributes of a square and a rectangle.Vocabulary of discussion should include 4 corners, right angles, opposite sides, parallel, closed figures, straight sides, line segments, congruent and rotation.
LEAP Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations: Lesson 10 (p.88-95)http://www.louisianaschools.net/lde/uploads/2105.pdf

Day 2 ·Update all. ·Daily Depositor – How much money will we add today?What will be our total?Do we need to trade?How many ones, tens and hundreds.Is the total an odd or even number?Write the total in word and expanded form.Round the total to the nearest ten and hundred.How much will we have if we add ten or hundred?Subtract ten or hundred?
Pacing for Test Success Activity

Lesson 1.9 Every Day Counts GLEs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 12, 13, 14, 29, 31, 32, 37, 40, 42) Day 1 ·Update all. ·Counting Tape - How many days have we been in school? Will we put a Heart Multiple Marker on the number?How can I tell if a number is even or odd?Review 2’s multiplication facts.
Pacing for Test Success

Day 2 ·Update all. ·Coin Counter – Continue to show coins as a fractional representation and decimal notation.
LEAP Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations Lesson 23 (P47B – 51B) **http://www.louisianaschools.net/lde/uploads/2121.pdf**

Day 3 ·Update all. ·Graph – What color has been drawn the most so far?Is it likely at the end of our experiment that red will be drawn more often?Will blue be drawn more often?Will red and blue be drawn the same number of times?Explain your thinking? What do you think will happen after 15 more draws?
LEAP Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations Lesson 23 (P47B – 51B)****http://www.louisianaschools.net/lde/uploads/2121.pdf**

October

Concepts and Skills
- recognize patterns of multiples of 3 and 6.
-compare and analyze attributes of triangles
- visualize rotation of triangles
-recognize lines of symmetry

Calendar
-Triangle - a polygon with 3 sides
-scalene triangle - no sides the same length
-Isosceles - 2 sides of the triangle are the same length
- Equilateral - all sides are the same length.

Draw a line through the isosceles triangle as a line of symmetry. 3 lines of symmetry can be placed through the equilateral triangle.

Number of Green Triangles

Date

1

3

2

6

3

9

The following dates
- all green equilateral triangles: 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27 and 30
The green triangles on even multiples of 3 are pointing down and have dots.
- The even multiples of 3 are also multiples of 6.
-The same kind of triangle appears on all the diagonals going down to the left.
- The pattern for the yellow scalene triangles: 1, 4, 7, 10, 13, 16 OR Beginning with 1 add 3 each time.
-the pattern for the red isosceles triangles is 2, 5, 8, 11,14, 17 or beginning with 2 andd 3 each time.

Daily Depositor
- Add a dollar amount equal to twice the date.

Measurement
-convert feet to yards
- examine mixed numbers and fractional parts
-make connections to multiplication and division
(make 31 foot long strips of colored construction paper. Post 1 12 inch strip of red each day on top. Begin posting below the yard strip.. After 3 days begin posting to a blue strip.Record the length in yards an feet and as a mixed number each day.

Fraction a Day
- understand numerator and denominator
-write improper fractions as mixed numbers
-find a fraction of a set
- add fractions

Materials: 11 circles from TR11 and 11 egg carton dozen from TR12,

Counting Tape
-explore multiples and factors
-Know multiplication facts for 2 and 3
-Investigate multiplication and division with and without remainders.

Make lists of things that come in 2's and 3's

Clock
- Count by 5's and 10's
-Read and set the hour and minute hands
-talk about elapsed time

- set the hour hand on the clock to 9 this month
- Use the number of the day of school, shown on the counting tape to determine where to set the minute hand.

Graph
-Collect and organize data into bar and line graphs
-Analyze and predict using graphs

TR15 centimeter paper
Cut and tape the cm paper to create 2 graphs, each about 10 cm by 50 cm. add labels identifying your locale and the other city where you want to record the temperature.
Add a key below the graphs showing that each square centifmeter represents 2 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Assign 10 dates in October to a few students who will be responsible to for bringing temperature information for both cities.
Daily Routine
- Record the temps by coloring the appropriate number of squares in columns for both cities. Use a different color for each city.
- At end of month convert the bar graph into a modified line graph.

Every Day Counts Calendar MathMonthly Flip ChartsAugustSeptemberAugust Counting TapeSchool Day Count PosterAugustEvery Day Counts GLEs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 12, 13, 14, 29, 31, 32, 37, 40, 42)

Lesson 1.1· Calendar – Every day attach the Calendar Piece for that day. Students will describe the pattern and predict what will appear next.

· Daily Depositor – You may want to begin the Depositor on September 1st. If you choose to begin in August, each day you will add a dollar equal to the date. Be sure to add money for the weekend days. When trades are necessary, let students explain the trading.

· Counting Tape – The Counting Tape keeps up with the days of school, so on the first day you will write number 1 on adding machine tape. If you don’t begin on the first day, be sure to catch up as soon as possible.

· Coin Counter – The Coin Counter will also match the number of days in school by displaying that value with the fewest number of coins in the top pocket of the Coin Counter. Shade the same number of pennies on the 100 Penny Grid. This is a visual representation of the pennies as a fractional part of one dollar.

· Graph – You will begin the graph in September.

Day 2

Every Day Counts - Update all.

· Calendar – Students will predict what pattern piece and color they think will appear. Students will tell what patterns they see. You may want to record answers to add to them later.

· Counting Tape – On Day 2, you will write a 2 on the Counting Tape next to the 1.

· Coin Counter – Add a penny to show the number of days in school. Shade the same number of pennies of the 100 Penny Grid and record the decimal notation.

Suggested La. LEAP Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations: Lesson 1 (p. 1-12)

**http://www.louisianaschools.net/lde/uploads/2096.pdf**· Calendar – What was the date 3 days ago? What will be the day 4 days from today? What color are the odd numbers? What color are the even numbers?

Pacing for Test Success Activity

Day 3

Lesson 1.2

Every Day Counts – Update all.

· Calendar – What numbers have dots on them? What does that mean? What is the color pattern? What is the shape pattern?

· Counting Tape – At the end of the first week, students will discuss which numbers on the tape are multiples of 2. Use counters to show that multiples of 2 can be divided into equal groups of 2 without any leftovers. Students discuss that multiples of 2 are also even numbers. As students identify even numbers or multiples of 2 the Heart Multiple Marker will be attached below the number. This will continue for the remainder of the year.

· Coin Counter – When 5 pennies are accumulated for the 5th day of school, you will trade the pennies for a nickel. You will always keep the fewest number of coins in the top pocket. In the other pockets you will display other possible combinations for the same amount. You may want to make a rule about the number of pennies that can be used.

Lesson 1.3Day 1

· Update all.

· Calendar – What was the date 3 days ago? What will be the date 4 days from today? What was the date a week ago? What will be the date in a week?

· Counting Tape – Can you put 2 counters into equal groups of 2 with no leftovers? (yes) So 2 is a multiple of 2 and gets a heart on the Counting Tape? How about 3? Can the counters be put into equal groups of 2 with no leftovers? (no) So 3 is not a multiple of 2. You will want to continue to have this conversation with different numbers. You may want to have students make a chart to visually show this thinking.

La. LEAP Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations: Lesson 3 (p. 22-28)

**http://www.louisianaschools.net/lde/uploads/2098.pdf**Day 2

· Update all.

· Coin Counter – You may need to have a short discussion about the value of coins. Use this as an opportunity to develop mental math strategies and learn about decimals and fractions.

Pacing for Test Success

Day 3

· Update all.

· Calendar – Describe the sides of the rectangles. What does it mean that opposite sides are parallel? What is the same about a square and a rectangle? Make a Venn diagram or Double Bubble (Thinking Maps) to compare and contrast rectangles and squares.

La. LEAP Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations: Lesson 3 (p. 22-28) -- Complete

**http://www.louisianaschools.net/lde/uploads/2098.pdf**Lesson 1.4

Every Day Counts GLEs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 12, 13, 14, 29, 31, 32, 37, 40, 42)

Day 1

· Update all.

· Counting Tape – Continue to use the language of equal groups with no leftovers when you discuss the Counting Tape. Count by 2’s. Is today’s day of school odd or even? How do you know?

· Louisiana Leap Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations Lesson 7 (pg. 55-67)

**http://www.doe.state.la.us/lde/uploads/2102.pdf**Day 2

· Update all.

· Coin Counter – On the 10th day of school, point out that 10 cents is one tenth of a dollar or ten hundredths of a dollar. In the top pocket you will place a dime, 2 nickels in the next pocket and 1 nickel and 5 pennies in the bottom pocket.

· Pacing for Test Success

Day 3

· Update all.

· Calendar – Is a square a rectangle? Why? What color and shape are the odd numbers? What numbers have dots on them?

· Louisiana Leap Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations Lesson 7 (pg. 55-67)

**http://www.doe.state.la.us/lde/uploads/2102.pdf**Day 4

· Update all.

Lesson 1.5

Every Day Counts GLEs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 12, 13, 14, 29, 31, 32, 37, 40, 42)

Day 1

· Update all.

· The first of September you will begin the depositor and the graph.

· Daily Depositor – Display the depositor poster and recording chart. Explain to students that in September a dollar amount equal to the date will be added to the Depositor. Money will be added for the weekend days and other days students are not in school. Students should begin thinking and predicting whether the Depositor will accumulate one million dollars by the end of school. Update predictions regularly. $1 will be added on the first day of September, $2 will be added on September 2nd, and $3 will be added on September 3, and so on.

Pacing for Test Success Activity

Day 2

Update all.

· Calendar – Use the same calendar pieces for September or make your own using the same shapes with different colors.

· Graph – Use 1 inch Squared Paper to make a bar graph. Cut and tape together 2-inch widths to make a 60” X 2” strip. Place in a small paper bag 1 unnumbered red square and 1 unnumbered blue rectangle. Explain to students that within the month you will have a total of 60 draws from the bag. Students make predictions and post them nearby. For each draw, use a red and blue crayon to record the result of each draw on the bar graph.

La. LEAP Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations: Lesson 5 (p38-44.)

**http://www.louisianaschools.net/lde/uploads/2100.pdf**Day 3

· Daily Depositor – Add a dollar amount equal to the date to the Depositor. When trades are necessary, students will tell you what should be traded and where the new bills should be placed. When the money has been added and trades are complete, write the addition on the recording sheet. You may let a different student each day check using the calculator.

La. LEAP Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations: Lesson 5 (p38-44.)

**http://www.louisianaschools.net/lde/uploads/2100.pdf**Pacing for Test Success Activity

Lesson 1.6

Every Day Counts GLEs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 12, 13, 14, 29, 31, 32, 37, 40, 42)

Day 1

· Update all.

· Counting Tape – What number has the 5th heart? The 7th heart? Name some multiples of 2. Is 9 a multiple of 2? How do you know?

La. LEAP Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations: Lesson 21 (p.40b-46b)http://www.louisianaschools.net/lde/uploads/2120.pdf

Day 2

· Update all.

· Coin Counter – Frequently talk about dimes and pennies as tenths and hundredths of a dollar. Show fraction and decimal notation of the pennies collected.

Pacing for Test Success Activity

Lesson 1.7Every Day Counts GLEs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 12, 13, 14, 29, 31, 32, 37, 40, 42)

Day 1

· Update all.

· Graph - How many draws do we have so far? What is the difference between the number of red and blue draws?

La. LEAP Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations: Lesson 22 (p.47B-51b)

**http://www.louisianaschools.net/lde/uploads/2121.pdf**Day 2

· Update all.

· Calendar – What was the date a week ago? What day of the week was 2 days ago? What day of the week will be in 3 days? What will the date be? What will be the date in a week? 2 weeks? How many days are in a week? 2 weeks? 3 weeks?

· Daily Depositor – Today is September

_.How much money do we have? How many tens? Ones? How much money will we add today? What will be our new total? Do we need to make a trade?Lesson 1.8Every Day Counts GLEs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 12, 13, 14, 29, 31, 32, 37, 40, 42)

Day 1

· Update all.

· Calendar – Review the attributes of a square and a rectangle. Vocabulary of discussion should include 4 corners, right angles, opposite sides, parallel, closed figures, straight sides, line segments, congruent and rotation.

LEAP Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations: Lesson 10 (p.88-95)http://www.louisianaschools.net/lde/uploads/2105.pdf

Day 2

· Update all.

· Daily Depositor – How much money will we add today? What will be our total? Do we need to trade? How many ones, tens and hundreds. Is the total an odd or even number? Write the total in word and expanded form. Round the total to the nearest ten and hundred. How much will we have if we add ten or hundred? Subtract ten or hundred?

Pacing for Test Success Activity

Lesson 1.9Every Day Counts GLEs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 12, 13, 14, 29, 31, 32, 37, 40, 42)

Day 1

· Update all.

· Counting Tape - How many days have we been in school? Will we put a Heart Multiple Marker on the number? How can I tell if a number is even or odd? Review 2’s multiplication facts.

Pacing for Test Success

Day 2

· Update all.

· Coin Counter – Continue to show coins as a fractional representation and decimal notation.

LEAP Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations Lesson 23 (P47B – 51B)

**http://www.louisianaschools.net/lde/uploads/2121.pdf**Day 3

· Update all.

· Graph – What color has been drawn the most so far? Is it likely at the end of our experiment that red will be drawn more often? Will blue be drawn more often? Will red and blue be drawn the same number of times? Explain your thinking? What do you think will happen after 15 more draws?

LEAP Tutoring Guide Number and Number Relations Lesson 23 (P47B – 51B)****http://www.louisianaschools.net/lde/uploads/2121.pdf**

## October

Concepts and Skills- recognize patterns of multiples of 3 and 6.

-compare and analyze attributes of triangles

- visualize rotation of triangles

-recognize lines of symmetry

Calendar

-Triangle - a polygon with 3 sides

-scalene triangle - no sides the same length

-Isosceles - 2 sides of the triangle are the same length

- Equilateral - all sides are the same length.

Draw a line through the isosceles triangle as a line of symmetry. 3 lines of symmetry can be placed through the equilateral triangle.

- all

green equilateral triangles: 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27 and 30The green triangles on even multiples of 3 are pointing down and have dots.

- The even multiples of 3 are also multiples of 6.

-The same kind of triangle appears on all the diagonals going down to the left.

- The pattern for the

yellow scalene triangles: 1, 4, 7, 10, 13, 16 OR Beginning with 1 add 3 each time.-the pattern for the

red isoscelestriangles is 2, 5, 8, 11,14, 17 or beginning with 2 andd 3 each time.Daily Depositor- Add a dollar amount equal to twice the date.

Measurement-convert feet to yards

- examine mixed numbers and fractional parts

-make connections to multiplication and division

(make 31 foot long strips of colored construction paper. Post 1 12 inch strip of red each day on top. Begin posting below the yard strip.. After 3 days begin posting to a blue strip.Record the length in yards an feet and as a mixed number each day.

Fraction a Day- understand numerator and denominator

-write improper fractions as mixed numbers

-find a fraction of a set

- add fractions

Materials: 11 circles from TR11 and 11 egg carton dozen from TR12,

Counting Tape-explore multiples and factors

-Know multiplication facts for 2 and 3

-Investigate multiplication and division with and without remainders.

Make lists of things that come in 2's and 3's

Clock- Count by 5's and 10's

-Read and set the hour and minute hands

-talk about elapsed time

- set the hour hand on the clock to 9 this month

- Use the number of the day of school, shown on the counting tape to determine where to set the minute hand.

Graph-Collect and organize data into bar and line graphs

-Analyze and predict using graphs

TR15 centimeter paper

Cut and tape the cm paper to create 2 graphs, each about 10 cm by 50 cm. add labels identifying your locale and the other city where you want to record the temperature.

Add a key below the graphs showing that each square centifmeter represents 2 degrees Fahrenheit.

- Assign 10 dates in October to a few students who will be responsible to for bringing temperature information for both cities.

Daily Routine

- Record the temps by coloring the appropriate number of squares in columns for both cities. Use a different color for each city.

- At end of month convert the bar graph into a modified line graph.