# 81,828 results for graphing project81,828 results for graphing project

You Selected:

Keyword

graphing project

Other

#### All Resource Types

digital
Your students will love working on this 12-page graphing and data math project with a fun and engaging carnival theme! They will interpret data tables and graphs as well as create their own data tables and graphs. Each page also includes tasks and questions about the graphs as well.This is a great
digital
What kid isn’t fascinated by the mysterious and terrifying Great White Shark?! This graphing activity will get your students involved in graphing real data from the amazing website Ocearch! Ocearch is a scientific data collection organization that tracks the movement of Great White and other shark a
Subjects:
Types:

Also included in: Science Process Bundle

Students plan their own city on a Cartesian plane, combining math skills and creativity. Students work in groups using graphing skills to create a city plan. Students will get practice with the following topics:• Graphing equations • Parallel and perpendicular lines • Systems of linear equations S
Subjects:
Types:
CCSS:
This simulation introduces your students to four methods for displaying data: frequency tables, bar graphs, pictographs and line plots. Students will have the opportunity to record observations about each method for displaying data and compare/contrast methods for collecting data. Students will then
Subjects:
Types:
CCSS:
This survey and graph activity will allow your students to conduct a survey of their classmates for a question of their choice, collect answers for four categories, then create a bar graph and/or picture graph of their data. (Students can be instructed to create bar/picture graphs with a scale of 1
Subjects:
This fun graphing project is a great way to introduce your students to collecting data and graphing- and the emojis keep them engaged and excited about learning!The Emoji Graphing Project includes 3 days of lesson plans!Part One: Conducting the SurveyPart Two: Making a Picture GraphPart Three: Creat
Subjects:
CCSS:
digital
This resource is included in PDF format for printing and in Google Slides™️ format for digital learning. This makes it useable with Google Classroom™️.Are you looking for a way to reinforce graphing and data interpretation concepts in an engaging way that helps your students make connections? “Our Ear
Subjects:
Types:
Graphing Linear Equations Quilt Project I have created this project as a fun way to get my kids excited about graphing lines. I have always found that including art and coloring with math gets kids a bit more excited about learning and as an added bonus- they look great as classroom decorations whe
Subjects:
Types:
digital
Challenge your students to work with real world linear relationships in these three differentiated, engaging projects. Each project requires students to graph lines, create tables of values, write equations, interpret graphs, compare rates, and compare initial values. The projects increase in diffi
Subjects:
Types:
CCSS:
Coordinate Graph (Ordered Pairs) Project and RubricDesign Your TownThis fun project allows students to demonstrate their knowledge of coordinate graphing and ordered pairs by designing their own town. Instructions include requirements for minimum number of buildings, areas, and points in the town,
Subjects:
Types:
CCSS:
digital
This resource is included in PDF format for printing and in Google Slides™️ format for digital learning. This makes it useable with Google Classroom™️.Are you looking for a way to reinforce measurement concepts in an engaging way that helps your students make connections? “Run a Grocery Store” is a re
Subjects:
Types:
This is my twist on a popular Algebra game, Linear Battleship. In this 21st Century Math Project, students will work on graphing and reading graphs of linear equations. I've found that students are usually better at graphing the lines than writing the equations of graphed lines. These fun few assign
Subjects:
Types:
CCSS:
Students plan their own city, using the following math concepts: • Graphing equations • Parallel and perpendicular lines • Systems of linear equations • Midpoint • Partitioning a line segment in a given ratio Students follow the project instructions, locating landmarks and creating parallel and perp
Subjects:
Types:
CCSS:
digital
With this data and graphing project, students will formulate a question, conduct a survey, collect and interpret data and present the data on a variety of graphs. Students will also calculate the data landmarks for their data set. Perfect project for 4th, 5th and 6th grade students to collect data
Subjects:
Types:
digital
Linear Equations Project... Stained Glass Window This project is a great way for students to demonstrate some of the things they’ve learned about graphing equations, they will solve and graph linear equations to create a stained glass window. In addition, they will answer questions pertaining to s
Subjects:
Types:
CCSS:
digital
Is it possible for a measurement and graphing project and assessment to be “Print and Go?” It is with this one! This product, by Wild Child Designs, is a two week math investigation, complete with assessment. It is student-tested and ADORED and provides practical application of customary measureme
Subjects:
Types:
This is a printable project activity for your students to complete after they are finished studying about Graphs. It includes 11 pages: Page 1 - Student Instructional Sheet Page 2 - Survey Page 3 - Frequency Table Template Page 4 - Line Plot Template Page 5 - Pictograph Template Page 6 - Bar Graph
Subjects:
Types:
Real-World Math Project: Not Your Lemonade Stand goes beyond the lemonade stand project. In this student-tested and approved real-world math project/simulation, students select one of 4 businesses. Students make decisions about materials and costs within their budget. They set prices and project
Subjects:
Types:
CCSS:
This Lucky Charms Cereal Data Analysis and Graphing Project is a fun activity to incorporate in March for St. Patrick's Day, but of course it works at any time of the year in a graphing unit or in a math-integrated unit. Your students will smile when you whip out the box of Lucky Charms and tell the
Subjects:
Types:

Also included in: Nature of Science Bundle

digital
No-prep, 3rd grade Measurement: Data, Tables, and Graphs enrichment projects! Nine fun projects that range from measuring unusual items in a statistical way, and using reptiles and book characters for data. Students love these projects that are perfect for early finishers, advanced learners or who
Subjects:
CCSS:
Using knowledge of the coordinate system, students will select between two different designs to "sew" ordered pairs and create a piece of art Included are full and detailed instructions for teachers, supply lists, and patterns for two projects. This activity takes about a week of class time, but c
Subjects:
Types:
In this fun and highly engaging project, students will explore what it means to be a surveyor through creating a question, conducting a survey, gathering data, analyzing the data, and representing data in a variety of graphs for others to interpret. They will gain a deep conceptual understanding
Subjects:
Types:
This project is to recap what students learn in chapter 2 of the Go Math! series. Students have the opportunity to think of a question to poll their classmates then create a frequency table, tally table, bar graph, picture graph, and line plot to display their data. The final projects are created
Subjects:
Types:
digital
This resource is included in PDF format for printing and in Google Slides™️ format for digital learning. This makes it useable with Google Classroom™️.Are you looking for a way to reinforce essential math skills in an engaging way that helps your students make connections? “Run a Babysitting Business”
Subjects: