Thanksgiving’s the time to be grateful… for cool stuff like bar graphs! So here’s my free graphing worksheet for your Thanksgiving pleasure! Click here for the PDF: Turkey Graphing
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Hooray for free things! Today’s freebie is a free graphing Thanksgiving worksheet for kindergarten or first grade. Use the pictures as data to help you complete the graph. Enjoy! Click here for the free worksheet (PDF): I Can Graph the Pictures- Thanksgiving 2
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Another fun free Thanksgiving graphing worksheet for kindergartener and first graders. Use the Thanksgiving pictures to help make a bar graph of the data. Click here for the PDF: I Can Graph the Pictures- Thanksgiving 1 Woo hoo!
I saw an idea similar to this and thought it would be fun to make. Contrary to popular belief, graphing is FUN! Students will color and count each type of picture on the page, and then fill in the corresponding graphing bars to indicate the total. Click here for the free printable worksheet (PDF): I Can Graph the Pictures- Halloween
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My previous graphing worksheet was so well received, that I decided to make another one! This one deals with the weight of pumpkins, presented in a bar graph. It’s got questions that require addition and subtraction, and have students identify the largest and smallest data entries. Here’s the free printable PDF: Halloween Jack-o-lantern Graphing
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A free printable Halloween bar graph practice page (worksheet) for you! After all, kids always need practice reading and analyzing graphs. Click here for the PDF: Halloween Graphing. Happy Halloween!
The ability to interpret graphs is a crucial skill in today’s world of standardized testing. Here are some creative ways elementary school teachers have brought graphing into their classroom:
How have you brought graphing into your classroom?
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