At the beginning of the year, I have the students complete two of the Personality Bingo boards. One acts as a bingo game board and the other is one that they cut the squares out and put them in a fish bowl to become game pieces, the ones that I draw out when we play the bingo game.
Then, when we have played the game several times, I divide the class into groups to make graphs of the game pieces. I often use the large poster size graphing paper, especially for younger students, to use in creating their graph. Otherwise, I just use color butcher paper. If using butcher paper, make sure they have a yard stick to draw straight lines.
Because there are so many game pieces already in the fish bowl, it is easier for the students to cut their game boards and deliver the selected graph squares to the groups who are graphing that particular item. I have included step by step instructions for the students to follow. There are cooperative group terms used for those who are using that strategy.
Common Core Standard:
Draw a picture graph and a bar graph (with single-unit scale) to represent a data set with up to four categories. Solve simple put-together, take-apart, and compare problems1 using information presented in a bar graph.
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