Organize, represent, and interpret data with up to three categories; ask and answer questions about the total number of data points, how many in each category, and how many more or less are in one category than in another.
This template is designed to let students graph just about anything. Students can start by choosing their own survey question, tallying the results, and making the bar graph. Documents include 3, 4, and 5 choices for bar graphs. This is a very versatile document to help you with all your graphing needs!
Ice cream parties are a popular end of the year activity. Let your students have some summer fun planning their own ice cream party! This product features: Brainstorming graphic organizer Create a shopping list Favorite flavors and toppings tally chart
Data Collection Activity for the whole class. This data activity is a whole -class activity which has your students performing all the essential steps of data collection. The activity is based on students’ favorite dessert. It begins with students voting for their favorite dessert (choosing from cupcakes, pie, ice-cream and donuts) and creating a tally chart using the results. Using their tally chart, they then create a bar graph to represent the results. Next, students answer a set of…
Project Based Learning: Obstacle Race Course with Area and Perimeter (PBL)
Data and Graphing for Grade These FREE printables will engage and help your firsties practice their skills on how to represent data and interpret graphs. The activities include the topics of: ►Tally Charts ►Bar Graphs ►Picture Graphs