Color Graphing Learning How to Graph

Grade Levels
PreK - 1st, Homeschool
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12+ (How To Use, Graph Labels, Graphing Printables)
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Color Graphing is a hands-on, beginner activity for students who are learning how to graph. Have your class practice color sorting and use the graphing worksheets to introduce this key math concept. The Color Graphing resource is easy to prep and simple to set up so it’s perfect for busy teachers like you!

Step-by-step directions, photographs, and how to use the Color Graphing activity are included.

The Color Crayon & Color Word Header Cards will help you create a large interactive graph for sorting your color crayons. Once children have finished sorting, print one of the Graphing Colors Worksheets (there are three different versions) and make a graph of the results. Use your graph for comparing numbers and to discuss more & less.

Color Graphing is ideal for small group time at the Teacher Table.

The Color Graphing activity is for preschool, pre-k, transitional kindergarten TK, kindergarten, and first grade students. In the classroom or at home, children will love sorting their crayons and graphing the colors!


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Sorting Colors Pocket Chart

Preschool Rules

Fine Motor Tracing Bundle


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12+ (How To Use, Graph Labels, Graphing Printables)
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Classify objects into given categories; count the numbers of objects in each category and sort the categories by count.


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