Daily Graphing Questions Bundle - 195 Questions

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Save money by buying the bundle!! You get set 1, set 2. and set 3 for a total of 195 questions! Use one for everyday of the school year!

Making data collection part of your daily routine is easy with these 195 graphing cards. Students will take a genuine interest because they will get to cast their vote on a regular basis to a variety of kid friendly questions. Each survey question comes with 2-4 picture choices making it easy for you to differentiate according to the needs of your students.

The graphing questions and choices are designed to fit in a rectangular pocket chart (approximately 12 x 30 – chart not included), but could also be displayed just as easily on a board using magnetic tape. The students cast their vote by placing a small colored rectangle above their choice. Check out the picture in the preview to see exactly what I mean.

Choose a question from the 195 different graphing questions included. Display the question and choices either on the board or in a pocket chart. Each student gets to cast their vote and then interpret the results as a class. To create the opportunity for higher level questioning, have your boys cast their vote using a different color than the girls. Once everyone has had a chance to vote, it’s time to choose a new question!

I have also included a printable graphing worksheet that can be used in conjunction with these cards. The worksheet is designed to be used with any of the graphing questions and requires that the students use the data collected by their classmates to create a tally chart, a bar graph, a picture graph and then finally to use their math thinking to write about their graphs and the data that was collected. This is a great way to occasionally assess the students' understanding.

Some of the questions included are...

Which kind of candy do you like most?

Do you know how to swim?

What color is your hair?

Which pizza topping do you like most?

Which type of weather do you like most?

Which special class is your favorite?

Which hat is your favorite?

Which would you rather eat for lunch?

Which Halloween costume do you like best?

Have you ever broken a bone?

Would you like to live on a boat?

Would you ever want to travel to the moon?

Which jack-o-lantern is your favorite?

Which Father's Day gift do you think is the best?

Do you have chores at home?

What do you like to do in the ice and snow?

Which zoo animal do you like most?

Which breakfast food is your favorite?

Which art supply do you prefer to use?

Which Mother's Day gift do you think is the best?

Would you like to have a snake as a pet?

How do you feel about bats?

Can you speak more than one language?

Which story do you like the most?

Which playground equipment would you prefer to play on?

Which Thanksgiving food is your favorite?

Does your birthday come in winter, spring, summer, or fall?

Which animal do you think is the slowest?

How do you feel about roller coasters?

Which gift would you like to unwrap?

Which kind of pancakes do you prefer?

Which name is the best name for a kitten?

Do you prefer to sing or dance?

Which Easter egg do you think is the prettiest?

Which animal do you think is the most hardworking?

Which shoes would you rather wear?

How do you prefer to read?

Where would you rather go on vacation?

Does your family recycle?

Which Wizard of Oz character is your favorite?

And many, many more!

I have also included a blank template so that you can create your own questions!

Please download the preview so you can get a closer look!

Click on the links below to see the three individual resources included in this bundle!

To see my Daily Graphing Questions - Set 1 click here

To see my Daily Graphing Questions - Set 2 click here

To see my Daily Graphing Questions - Set 3 click here.

Do you have Spanish speaking students? Check out my Spanish versions by clicking on the links below.

Spanish Set 1

Spanish Set 2

Spanish Set 3

Spanish Bundle

Do you need UK English spellings? Click on the links below.

Set 1 - UK English

Set 2 - UK English

Set 3 - UK English

Graphing Bundle - UK English

Thanks for looking!

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Standards

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.
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.
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 problems using information presented in a bar graph.
Draw a scaled picture graph and a scaled bar graph to represent a data set with several categories. Solve one- and two-step “how many more” and “how many less” problems using information presented in scaled bar graphs. For example, draw a bar graph in which each square in the bar graph might represent 5 pets.

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