Class Graphs & Tally Mark Charts - Math to Build Classroom Community

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25 printable pages + 23 digital pages
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This collection of ready-to-use bar graphs and tally mark charts will give your students lots of practice collecting and recording data about themselves and their classmates. It's a fun math activity to build classroom community while practicing data collection skills... great for any time of year!

Here's what this graphing and tallying resource includes!

23 one page horizontal and vertical bar graphs designed to build classroom community as your students learn about how they are alike and different. Topics range from favorite foods, sports, and books, to recess games, letters in names, and backpack colors.

Opportunities to record data with tally marks, and then transfer the data to graph format.

Two blank graphs on which the topic is given, but your students will decide the labels.

A cover to use to bind your completed graphs into a class book.

A teaching chart to use on your interactive board or in a small group setting to introduce graphing and the parts of a graph.

How can you use this set of graphs and tallies with your class?

As a back to school activity, complete a few graphs each day as part of your
circle time or morning meeting, leaving time to talk about the results get a strong
and early start on building classroom community.
➯ Use as a supplement during a math unit on data collection.

➯ Complete a graph and discuss it together as part of your calendar time once a

➯ Spend a few minutes of your math time each day with these easy prep activities and you'll have the makings of a high-interest bulletin board display for Parent Night!

➯ When you take your display down, assemble the pages into a book for your classroom library.. A cover for your book is included in your download.

This activity includes a ready-to-use digital version using TpT’s Easel digital tool. You can access the Easel version via your My Purchases page or here on the product listing page. Adaptations for using the graphs include directions for using the pen tool and shapes to complete the graphs. You can also display the graph page on your interactive screen and your students can complete their own graphs along with you!


If you're looking for more ways to integrate tallying, graphing, and data analysis into your teaching, you'll love this set of 44 tallying, graphing, and writing activities about about plants, animals, landforms, bodies of water, magnets, rocks, weather and seasons, and space. Click here to see it!


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Click here to see a set of summer bar graphs and tally mark activities.

Click here to see a set of autumn graphs and tallies.

Click here to see a set of graphs and tallies about food.


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25 printable pages + 23 digital pages
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Organize, represent, and interpret data with up to three categories; ask and answer questions about the total number of data points, how many in each category, and how many more or less are in one category than in another.


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