This is a great resource to review and practice the major types of graphs (line, bar, circle, scatterplot) that students will see in a science classroom. This lesson is formatted for an interactive notebook. The teacher input page includes a simple foldable reviewing the uses of each type of graph and a pocket that contains a graphing checklist that can be laminated to use over and over again. The student output page includes a 4-page booklet that allows students to practice each of the graphing techniques using a science-related graph. I've also included some modifications for those of us trying to save paper or time. Sample pictures of the pages are included within the teachers guide for the activity.
I use this as a review activity for my 9th and 10th graders, who have been taught graphing many times over the years but often forget details like when to use a line graph vs a scatter plot graph or remembering to use a ruler when drawing the lines on their graph. They especially love the graphing checklist, because they can pull it out of its pocket and use it as a reference while working on lab reports or graphing activities.