Use these graphing questions and responses to help your kindergarten and first grade students learn about one another!
★ 10 sets (illustrated Graphing questions and possible illustrated responses to help young learners or make it more appealing for older students)
★ Graphing for Pocket Chart-10 Qs & Answers w/Graphics-Set 1 -CCSS
★ 35 Page Download - Each graphing thumbnail is actually 6 full pages…
★ Graphing can help your students to get to know one another while working on math concepts at the same time when we go back to school.
★ Graph the 10 questions listed below, complete with colorful graphics for the graphing question and colorful graphics for the possible graphing responses.
★ Size of each graphing pocket chart card is 2" x 11". Leave graphing questions as a rectangle/square, or slice into strips (2" x11") and place along one row of the pocket chart. Just cut on the paper cutter.
★ Each Graphing set can be kept in a zip lock bag.
★ These graphing questions can be used year after year… not just for back to school graphing.
★ You can simply have square cards with your students' names on them, or photos of each student to use on the graphs as they place their cards next to the response of their choice.
★ Graphing is a great way to get to know one another when students come back to school.
Common Core State Standard:
Represent and interpret data.
CCSS.Math.Content.1.MD.C.4 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.
*How do you get to school?
*What is your favorite pet?
*What is your favorite fruit?
*Where do you like to go in Summer?
*How many letters are in your name?
*How many in your family?
*What is your favorite ice cream?
*What sport do you like best?
*What do you like best in school?
*What kind of weather is best?
*10 generic graphing questions for
I have ANOTHER COMPLETE 10 question set:
Back to School Graphing for Pocket Chart-Set 2
OTHER BACK TO SCHOOL PRODUCTS INCLUDE: (Just click on any of the underlined links to view the product in more detail. Thank you…)
Back to School Bundle for Primary Grades
This Back to School Bundle contains 6 Back to School products to help with your back to school classroom set up and planning. 2 of the products are Back to School classroom centers: A Back To School Shared Reading Songs packet and a Back to School Graphing Pocket Chart Center.
Back to School Name Labels Value Pack
Back to School Name Labels Value Pack- 10 Sets for the Price of 5. a $10.00 Value for just $5.00. 10 Different Sets. Simply highlight the name Elizabeth's, and type in the name you need on each label, and hit the "return" key. Names will automatically be centered.8 Large size: Run on plain white paper or oak tag and cut up OR run on Avery 2" x 4" ink jet labels. 2 Small size Avery 1" by 4". Two sets in Black and White for students to color to conserve ink.
Back to School Door Hangers
Back to School Door Hangers: We are at...
-For Primary Classrooms - (one for intermediate in my product listings)
10 Door Hangers to tell everyone where your class is at any given moment now that you are back to school. Just cut on the red lines, and the door hangers will be ready to slip onto a door knob, or just tape onto your door.
Back to School First Name Bingo!
Back To School First Name Bingo - 8 page file contains 3 versions of the Back to School First Name Bingo game board, 25, 20 and 16 students, calling card template and directions ready for you to edit with your students' names.
Back to School Graphing Questions and Responses
Back to School Graphing Cards for Pocket Chart - 10 sets - 35 Page Download - Each thumbnail is actually 6 full pages... Help your students to get to know one another when they come back to school while working on math concepts at the same time.
Back to School “My Work Cards” How Am I Working?
Back to School - My Work Cards - "How Am I Working?"-2 styles - Flat or Tented - Get your students into good work habits early in the school year with these classroom management cards. These simple cards can alert teachers to those students who need help while working. The traffic light symbol, green thumbs up, red thumbs down and colored question marks should be easily understood b