Sorting and graphing are important early math skills; these activities are great for the beginning of the school year as students learn to sort and count!
This file has 6 graphing papers; on the first 3, the objects are already sorted and students must count and graph. On the last 3, students must first sort the objects before completing the graph.
These can be used as a progression, with all students doing all 6 pages; they can also be used as a differentiated learning opportunity, with some students completing the easier graphs, while others complete the more challenging ones. This activity would also make a great math center or math station.
If you are looking for more back to school resources,
you might want to check out these:
*September Math Question of the Day*
* Back to School Math and Literacy Centers*
* Back to School Literacy Practice Pages*
* Back to School Counting Sets Independent Practice*
* Back to School Patterning Independent Practice*
* Back to School Lowercase Alphabet Bingo Games*
* Teacher, Teacher, What Do You See? Emergent Reader*
* I Like School Emergent Reader*
* Sight Word Mats for Dolch Pre-Primer Words with a Jungle School theme*
Thanks for looking and happy teaching!!