I recently found this worksheet I made forever ago. It worked well with basic graphing. . Have the kids color and count each shape. Then create a graph based on the number of times each shape appears. It has worked well to start with a page like this where the graph structure is there and they just have to fill in the grid. Once we get good at this kind, I start having the kids make the graph structure themselves. Sometimes I just cover the bottom half of the paper before I run copies. Then the students have to make the entire graph themselves. Easy-peasy!
I forgot to tell you about my Fourth of July graphing page for 2nd – 3rd grades! I posted it over at We Are Teachers at the end of June. Just head on over there and download it so you’ll have it for future use! Click here to get to my We Are Teachers Post!
I have an exciting announcement to make! I’ve been going nuts trying to keep it secret! I’ve been asked to blog over at the fabulous teacher site, We Are Teachers! They’ve got tons of good information for teachers and getting a hang of the teacher lifestyle. I’m still getting used to the differences between blogging platforms, but I’ve already learned a ton! My first post over there was a two page graphing activity for lower grades. It’d be perfect for K-2, depending on the students.
Oh, how good it feels to get free stuff! Today’s freebie is a holiday graphing worksheet for kindergarten or first grade. Make a graph using the data collected from counting cute pictures. Click here for the free worksheet: I Can Graph the Pictures- Winter 1
Merry Christmas everyone! I do love the holiday season… it’s definitely my favorite time of year! In the spirit of the season, I present you with another freebie…a holiday graphing worksheet for kindergarten or first grade. Make a graph using the data collected from counting cute pictures. Click here for the free holiday worksheet: I Can Graph the Pictures- Winter 3
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I do love holidays! And, any excuse to sneak holidays into school work is fine by me! Hence, I give you another fun graphing worksheet for kindergarten or first grade. Use the pictures to fill in the graph with data. Click here for the free worksheet (PDF): I Can Graph the Pictures- Winter 2
More practice for reading circle graphs/pie charts… with a holiday twist! It deals with determining the greatest and least in the data set, subtraction and addition. So without further ado, here’s my free worksheet for kids: Tracking Toys- Christmas Graphing page