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        The Sticker Chart | Sid the Science Kid

        Using this resource group, students learn about documentation using charts. If Sid doesn't fill his chore chart with stickers, he'll never get a new Turbo-Robot-Rocketship toy. Sid wonders, who needs charts anyway? After a day of investigating, Sid learns that charts are great science tools that help compare and contrast all kinds of cool stuff like snacks, pets, and even chores! The resource group includes an English and Spanish version of five video clips, as well as the associated Science Adventures Curriculum Guide.

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        Sid’s Question: "Why Do We Need Charts?"

        Sid tells us that in order to get a new toy, he has to earn a chart full of stickers, which he gets by helping around the house. But he wonders: why do we need charts? Listen as Sid's Mom explains how charts can help organize data and remember information! (Spanish version also available.)

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        Lookin’ for My Friends: The Sticker Chart

        Sid and his friends sing a welcome song in the school yard. (Spanish version also available.)

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        Rug Time: Charts

        Listen as Teacher Susie explains the importance of using charts, and how they are very helpful scientific tools. She demonstrates how she uses a chart to keep track of class attendance by putting check marks next to each student that is in class. She then prompts the children to explore more by using the snacks they each brought to school. (Spanish version also available.)

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        Super Fab Lab: The Snack Chart

        In this lab, Sid and his friends make a chart of the snacks they brought to school. Watch real students conducting the chart experiment. See how each person has a row on the chart with a picture of their snacks, making it easy to compare and remember data. (Spanish version available.)

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        Susie’s Song: "I Love Charts"

        Listen as Teacher Susie sings her “I Love Charts” song. The song teaches students the value of charts as scientific tools. Discover how they are many different kinds of charts to organize data visually, and that charts can represent data from one point in time, or over a period of time. (Spanish version also available.)

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        Sid’s Question: "Why Do We Need Charts?" (en Español)

        Sid tells us that in order to get a new toy, he has to earn a chart full of stickers, which he gets by helping around the house. But he wonders: why do we need charts? Listen as Sid's Mom explains how charts can help organize data and remember information! (en Español)

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        Lookin’ for My Friends: The Sticker Chart (en Español)

        Sid and his friends sing a welcome song in the school yard. (en Español)

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        Rug Time: Charts (en Español)

        Listen as Teacher Susie explains the importance of using charts, and how they are very helpful scientific tools. She demonstrates how she uses a chart to keep track of class attendance by putting check marks next to each student that is in class. She then prompts the children to explore more by using the snacks they each brought to school. (en Español)

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        Susie’s Song: "I Love Charts" (en Español)

        Listen as Teacher Susie sings her “I Love Charts” song. The song teaches students the value of charts as scientific tools. Discover how they are many different kinds of charts to organize data visually, and that charts can represent data from one point in time, or over a period of time. (en Español)

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