Graphing will be more fun to teach with this interactive and engaging resource! Included are many activities that have students surveying others for data, graphing the information, and discussing their results. All the activities are hands-on, which will have your students hooked on graphing from the start! You'll receive anchor chart parts, posters, craftivities, 6 graphing on the go activities, along with a review booklet students will create about three types of graphs: picture, tally, and bar.
Included in this fun resource are:
Graph Chart Parts: headers and sample graphs to show three types of graphs used in the unit: picture, tally mark, and bar
Graph Posters: full-page posters of the three types of graphs; perfect for your math wall!
Graphing Flip-Book: At the end of the unit, students can make this review booklet that has them create three types of graphs, using the same data
Would You Rather? Graphs: You are provided with 6 different graphs to differentiate amongst your students, that ask the question, "Would you rather...?" They survey their classmates and graph the data. A blank graphing printable is provided if you'd like students to create their own question.
Make a Burger: First students will make their "perfect" hamburger with the ingredients provided. A engaging sheet is provided for them to attach their craftivity burger to. Then students survey each other to find out what that perfect add-on ingredient is for a burger. What fun! Students also review the data.
Fortune Tellers: Students will tell each other their fortunes using their fortune tellers (cootie catchers) provided. After playing with a handful of students and giving out fortunes, students will graph them on the provided printable. They'll then answer questions about the data.
Shake, Rattle and Roll: Students will roll one die ten times and graph their results of the most rolled numbers. They analyze their data on the printable provided.
Our Eye Colors: Students will use the "eyes" provided to make a picture graph of their classmates eye colors. They'll analyze their data on the printable provided.
The Kids' Missing Teeth: In a group, students will travel around the room to find picture cards of students that have lost teeth. They'll graph the numbers of teeth lost and then analyze the data.
Please see the preview for a closer look at this engaging graph unit!