This is a collection of a 25 charts and graphs that tell stories or jokes.
This focuses on students' ability to fluently read a Cartesian graph, Venn Diagram, pie chart, etc.
You could integrate this into a lesson plan in a variety of ways. I recommend either:
1. Walking through these slides as a class, then break students into groups to create their own.
2. If you have 25 or fewer students: let each student describe a different slide.
Each slide includes a source attribution URL, and when possible I reached out to artists for permission to include their work in this set. Because I am distributing this for educational use at no charge it is my understanding that this should be considered "fair use".
As noted in the fine print of the intro slide:
Sometimes the attribution URLs go to websites that are not guaranteed to be appropriate for children (such as imgur). If you let students interact with this file directly: you may want to make a copy of this project that omits these URLs.