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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.
-Cut apart picture cards. Tape them around the room, on desks, or on your small group table.
-Print the question sheet and the graph template sheet or sheets you want students to use.
-Students collect data by walking around the room searching for the picture cards. As they collect data, they fill in their chart or graph.
-Students will use their data to answer the questions on their question sheet.
This pack includes 5 graphing sets with the themes Pups in Teacups, I Saw in the Garden, Monster Trucks, Sports We Play, and Party Supplies. Each set includes:
-24 picture cards included in full color and black and white
-1 pictograph template sheet
-1 bar graph template sheet
-1 tally chart template sheet
-1 question sheet
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