Weekly Graphs | Bar Graph of the Week

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We began using these as a morning activity. It gave the students something to graph and talk about during community circle time.
I used this with my 3rd graders as a reinforcement activity on graphing. I use a big pocket chart and we collected data from the class.


Graph-a-Week – Bar Graphs for the Entire School Year:

A complete unit for practicing bar graphs throughout the entire school year. This unit includes 5 bar graphs for each month of the year, each in the following 4 formats to meet the needs of various classroom settings and/or data collection - bar graph counting by 1’s, bar graph counting by 2’s, double bar graph (girls/boys), double bar graph (blank – perfect for teachers who teach multiple classes). Each graph also includes a set of graphic headers to use in a pocket chart or bulletin board for easy data analysis. The following resources are included:

1) Weekly Bar Graphs for August: (26 pages)

* How do you go home from school?

* What is your favorite subject?

* What is your favorite special?

* Which is your favorite to play at recess?

* What do you do right after school?

2) Weekly Bar Graphs for September: (26 pages)

* What color is your hair?

* What pet is your favorite?

* How many people are in your family?

* Which color is your favorite?

* What time is closest to your bedtime?

3) Weekly Bar Graphs for October: (26 pages)

* Which spooky character is your favorite?

* Which sport is your favorite to play?

* Which is the best game day snack?

* Which weekday is your favorite?

* Which is your favorite dessert?

4) Weekly Bar Graphs for November: (26 pages)

* What is your favorite fruit?

* Which vegetable is the best?

* Which Thanksgiving food is the best?

* Which bird is your favorite?

* What is your favorite way to eat potatoes?

5) Weekly Bar Graphs for December: (26 pages)

* Which holiday is your favorite?

* Which would you rather have for lunch?

* How many pets do you have?

* What is your favorite Christmas decoration?

* What is your favorite Christmas tradition?

6) Weekly Bar Graphs for January: (26 pages)

* Which winter treat warms you up best?

* Which dinner would you like best?

* What is your favorite winter activity?

* What is your favorite indoor recess activity?

* What type of music do you like best?

7) Weekly Bar Graphs for February: (26 pages)

* What is your favorite pizza topping?

* Which family member do you spend the most time with?

* Which instrument would you like to play?

* Which is your favorite sport to watch?

* Which candy is your favorite?

8) Weekly Bar Graphs for March: (26 pages)

* Which state would you most like to visit?

* Which is your biggest fear?

* What is your favorite breakfast food?

* What is your favorite green item?

* What is your favorite hobby?

9) Weekly Bar Graphs for April: (26 pages)

* Which country would you most like to visit?

* Which flower do you like best?

* Which insect do you like best?

* What is your favorite way to eat eggs?

* What is your favorite way to decorate eggs?

10) Weekly Bar Graphs for May: (26 pages)

* What is your favorite genre to read?

* What is your favorite farm animal?

* What is your favorite picnic food?

* How would you prefer to travel?

* What is your favorite salty snack?

11) Weekly Bar Graphs for June: (26 pages)

* What is your favorite ice cream flavor?

* What is your favorite ocean animal?

* What is your favorite summer treat?

* Where would you most like to go on vacation?

* What is your favorite drink?

12) Weekly Bar Graphs for July: (26 pages)

* What is your favorite zoo animal?

* What is your favorite beach activity?

* What is your favorite ice cream topping?

* What is your favorite type of dog?

* How many televisions are in your house?

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