Thursday, February 9, 2012

Because I LOVE YOU!!!

The Common Core Standard for graphing requires students to read and interpret data. They must be able to  answer questions such as: how many in all, how many more, how many less, and so on. I made this little activity for my calendar. I am going to laminate the graph so I can use an expo marker to write on it then wipe it off. I am also going to laminate the picture strips for durability. My idea is to tape a strip of pictures to the bottom of the graph prior to calendar time then fill in the graph with random data. You can make a pictograph or a bar graph or alternate~it is up to you. You can simply change the graph each day just by changing the pictures and the data. Use the question sheet to ask the above questions as you analyze the data on your graph. Take a copy by clicking on the picture below...if you wouldn't mind, leave me a LOVE note if you do grab a copy! Thanks for being my Valentine's!!!! XOXOXOXO
 Graph to laminate and display 
 One set of pictures{there is another set included, you will have to give the graph a title and state what they survey was about according to the pictures.}
Friday already!!!!!! WHAT????


  1. I do this too and my kiddos love it!

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  2. Thanks so much for the freebie. Data analyzing is very difficult for my students this year.

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