This cute graphing unit will put a "spring" into your step and a "spring" into your teaching. It includes graphing vocabulary posters, a vocabulary quiz, and is full of fun graphs to make as a whole class as well as individuals. It also includes graphs that students can analyze for comprehension and information. So SPRING into graphing!!!
*What's Included Page
*Five Vocabulary Posters
(data, tally chart, horizontal bar graph, *vertical bar graph, pictograph)
*Parts of a Bar Graph Poster
*Parts of a Pictograph Poster
*Graphing Vocabulary Match-Up & Answer Key
*Leaping Frogs Data and Tally Sheet & Answer Key
*Leaping Frogs Horizontal Bar Graph & Answer Key
*Leaping Frogs Pictograph & Answer Key
*What's the Weather Data & Tally Sheet & Answer Key
*What's the Weather Horizontal Bar Graph & Answer Key
*What's the Weather Vertical Bar Graph & Answer Key
*What's the Weather Pictograph & Answer Key
*Bug Collection Data & Tally Sheet
*Bug Collection Horizontal Bar Graph
*Bug Collection Vertical Bar Graph
*Bug Collection Pictograph
*Bug Pictures Page for Pictograph
*Directions for Class Bug Collection Pictograph
*Butterfly Pictures Page
*Ladybug Pictures Page
*Bee Pictures Page
*Dragonfly Pictures Page
*Zippers on Our Clothes Class Graphing Activity
*Zippers on Our Clothes Class Data Sheet
*Zippers on Our Clothes Zipper Picture Page
I'm so glad you like it! My kiddos had a lot of fun, especially making the pictograph.
March 31, 2012
I love what you have done with this unit. The posters are wonderful! I already have them hanging in the classroom to help my kiddos with the terms! I cannot wait to get into the activities, I know they will enjoy them!
Thank you Dana for your kind words. You are so sweet! I searched for graphing units and didn't find much out there, so I decided to create my own. I'm also using this with my students when we get back from Spring Break. I'm glad you like my unit. Let me know how it goes with you kiddos!
The class graph about zippers would probably be in the two digit range, depending on how many students are in your class. The frog hopping bar graph that is already made for the kids to analyze goes up to 60 and counts by tens. The class bug graph could be double digits depending on how many students like a particular bug. I don't see any of them going over two digits, though. I hope that answered your question.
I have taught 3rd grade for 9 years. I really love what I do and I also love creating new activities and lessons to share with other teachers on TpT. It keeps my creative juices flowing and keeps me on my toes!