These Spanish “Daily Graph” printables are a great way to bring together several important learning and Spanish language skills for your students in an enjoyable way.
With this set you get 20 full-color fall-themed printable graph headers and category choices in Spanish that will allow you to create easy to read (and answer) graphs with your students. This makes a great morning activity for their students as they are coming in the room each day.
These sets are geared for students in grades 1 - 3, although younger students (K &1) could answer the questions with some reading help. See the thumbnails for a sampling of the questions.
**VERY IMPORTANT**: These files are formatted to print to the very edge of 8.5” X 11” paper. However, many printers (home and commercial) automatically create a thin, white border around the edge of the paper. This will take off a small part of your printables if you do not adjust this. To avoid this, please be sure to set your printer to print these out with a “borderless” setting.
Print these files on a heavy, 8.5” x 11” paper. I really like have my local print center to print them on a glossy, 80# index paper for a sharp look. Cut apart, and laminate if desired.
These printables are formatted to fit in a pocket chart that is 14” wide and 21” long. This pocket chart seems to be a standard offering at all of the Dollar Tree stores in my area in the Teacher section. (I have also bought some at Target in the Dollar Spot in the past). Obviously, if you can’t find this particular pocket chart, other kinds will also work.
I hot-glued two of these pocket charts together to make one long enough to fit the names of all my students. If you want to, you can add a colored masking tape line down the middle to mark the two categories.
If you make a set of class name cards, you can reuse them each day as the graph question changes. Younger students using this graph can start with picture cards, if desired.
Each set of graph questions and answer cards are coded with letters and numbers in the bottom right corner to help you to keep them together and in order:
F = Fall, W = Winter, Sp = Spring, S = Summer, and G = General
Copyright Julie Locke and Teaching the Little People
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