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- This centers bundle includes everything you will need to help your students understand how bar graphs, pictographs, and tally charts work! It includes 5 unique center or small group activities that will help your students interact with, build, and read graphs and charts! Click on the links to see mo$10.32$12.90Save $2.58
In this activity, students match each graph with its title. This activity is great for helping students learn the importance of including a title with their graphs. You can also show a graph and ask students to predict what the title should be.
-Print, laminate, and cut out graph and title cards.
-Students can work in groups, independently, or as a class to match each graph with its title. You might also want to show a graph and ask students to predict what the title might be.
This set includes:
-12 graph cards
-12 title cards
All cards are included in full color and printer friendly black and white!
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These file folder puzzles work wonderfully for math stations, small group lessons, and quick interventions. Set up is easy and organizing them is such a breeze that you’ll be pulling them out all the time! Students will answer questions about bar graphs, pictographs, and tally charts while building a puzzle to check their answers.
Survey and Graph is a center or whole group activity designed to help students understand how graphs work., the elements of graphs, and what information you can learn from a graph. They can build tally charts, bar graphs, and pictographs and answer questions about what they learn.
Graph the Room is a station activity that requires students to collect data, build a graph, and answer questions about the graph they built. 5 graphing sets are included in this pack Students can build a tally chart, bar graph, or pictograph for any of the 5 sets of data.
Bar graph builder is a center or whole group activity designed to help students understand how bar graphs work, the elements of bar graphs, and what information you can learn from a bar graph. What I love about this activity is how it requires students to do the thinking instead of just reacting to the questions someone else is asking about a graph. Students build a higher level of understanding about graphs and how they work.
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