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Lunch Count Graph
Grade Level(s): 1-2
Submitted by: Jean M. Adams, 2nd

I have a picture of a tray lunch and sack lunch placed on a magnetic chalkboard with a dividing line of tag paper between them. Purchase some calendar squares and cut out the design (I used the apple) laminate and put some magnetic tape on the back. When students enter the room they place their apple under the correct part of the graph. All of my students have class numbers so the lunch count is also my attendance. If you don't move the apple you're absent. I have a student move these back after I do the lunch count. :)



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