Graph of the Week

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PreK - 1st, Homeschool
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Looking for an engaging way to teach graphs but not sure where to start? This is the answer! 

Children will love working with their classmates to create, read and analyze data.

And because this mega bundle includes 5 pocket chart graphs for every month, children can practice the skills all year long.

Pull out the activity for bell work, math centers or tuck it into your morning routine. There are tons of possibilities.


--> EDITABLE student cards that make it easy to print personalized pocket chart cards for every child in class.

--> 5 pocket chart graphs for each month.

--> 5 follow up record sheets for each month.


  • How did you get to school?
  • How many letters are in your name?
  • What is your favorite color?
  • My favorite weather is...
  • What fruit do you like most?


  • How are you feeling today?
  • What kind of pet do you have?
  • What color is your hair?
  • What vegetable do you dislike the most?
  • What shoes are you wearing?


  • When you grow up would you rather be...
  • What chore do you do at home?
  • What do you put on french fries?
  • What is the first thing you do in the morning?
  • Who woke you up today?


  • What do you like to drink?
  • What is your favorite kind of game?
  • Who cooks most meals in your home?
  • What do you put on your pancakes?
  • What is your favorite 2D shape?


  • What would you most like to meet?
  • What is your favorite winter sport?
  • What do you put on your cocoa?
  • What is your favorite art tool?
  • What pet would you most like to have?


  • What is your favorite 3D shape?
  • How many people are in your family?
  • What is your favorite holiday?
  • What sandwich do you like most?
  • What top are you wearing?


  • What Valentine's Day activity are you most excited about?
  • What is your favorite recess activity?
  • How many syllables are in your name?
  • What is your favorite treat?
  • What do you like to put on your popcorn?


  • What do you love most about spring?
  • What is your favorite flower color?
  • What are you doing for spring break?
  • What would you ask a leprechaun to give you?
  • What is your favorite ice cream?


  • What 2D shape did you spin?
  • What is your favorite bug?
  • What spaghetti topping do you like most?
  • I think worms are...
  • I would most like to ride in a...


  • What shell did you pick?
  • What 3D shape did you spin?
  • How would you like to fly?
  • What pet would you like most?
  • What is your favorite barbecue food?


  • What is your favorite water sport?
  • What popsicle did you pick?
  • What was your favorite school event?
  • What fruit did you spin?
  • What flip flops would you like most?


  • What is your favorite season?
  • Would you rather meet an...
  • How are you going home today?
  • Grab a card. What 3D shape did you pick?
  • Spin the spinner. How many seeds did you spin?


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Total Pages
308 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 Year
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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.
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.


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