*****This is the same animal graphing activity found in the animal math packet*****
This is a four-page activity. The third page is all of the pictures that the students will be given by their teacher. These can be cut out individually ahead of time or students can be given a chunk of pictures that they need to cut out. Students should each get 10-15 pictures to graph.
The first page requires students to title their graph, count the pictures to identify most and least, and write in the correct answer, as well as circling it.
The second page has students write how many of each animal they have.
The third page, as mentioned, is all of the pictures the teacher can cut ahead of time or that students can cut.
The fourth page is the actual graph where students will glue their pictures.
After the activity is completed by the class, the students can share their results. They can compare them to see if any results were similar.
This activity is excellent for lower grades, but can be used in any grade for students with disabilities to address grade level graphing objectives. It is great to use with special education students in units about graphing or more/less.