Meet the Class of 2015-2016 offers opportunities to explore, track, document and compare the similarities and differences found within the classroom.
Graphs use pictures, written markers, yes or no options and tally marks to collect information.
“A is for…..” graphs with boys and girls.(Children practice writing their names)
“A is for…..” Class graphs (Children can sign their names or use ready made name tags)
“How many people live in your house?” graph(Use markers)
“Siblings graph” class graph to indicate if have sisters or brothers
“I am an only child” graph
“I am an only child” header with 24 boys and 24 girls
“I have a brother” Class graph Header with 24 boys
“I have a sister” Class graph Header with 24 girls
“I wear mittens” graph. Class graph select yes or no.
“I wear Gloves” graph. Class graph select yes or no
Headers for creating own graph
“I wear glasses “ Class graph select yes or no
“Have you lost any teeth?” Class graph select yes or no
“I have lost a tooth” and “No I have not lost a tooth” header with 24 teeth
“I got to school by…” Class tally marks/markers graph
“My hair is….” Tally marks class graph
“My eyes are…..” Class graph
“I have ……” graphs
*includes rabbits, birds, cats, dogs, fish, snake plus headers, class graphs and 24 cutouts of each animal.
Plus- “Today my socks are…” class graph “X” marks the spot and “Bunches of Lollipops” with 35 lollipops in 7 flavors.
Graphing enhances: writing skills, counting, comparing, analyzing, data collection and social skills such as collaboration. Graphing opportunities also builds a sense of community!
Graphs included are ready to print and begin the process of collecting data. Ideal for math and writing centers.