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Graphing in 1st and 2nd grade should be fun and engaging! Use these graphing activities to keep students engaged while collecting data from each season (Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall), recording it on their bar graph, and interpreting their data on each worksheet. Try it first with a sample graphing worksheet here! 1stgradepandamania.com
Graphing with Skittles lesson for 2nd grade with tally marks, bar graphs, and pictographs.
Second grade data and graphing activities for tally marks, bar graphs, picture graphs and line plots.
Jaycee Castro saved to Bugs/Insects
A preschool learning calendar for the month of May! Each day gives little ones a fun acitivity to do at home that encourages learning.
Danielle Schultz saved to School stuff
Bar graphs, line graphs, pie charts, and more!
Amanda Stacy saved to Thyrdddd is awesome
15+ engaging graphing activities from Life Over C's for kindergarten math centers. Choose from free printable graphing activities, whole class graphing questions and more. With so many interactive graphing themes to choose from, you won't run out of great ideas for your kindergarten math lesson plans!
Looking for fun ways to make a graph? Try these graphing activities for kindergarten!
After reading Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes, we created this bar graph as a class. If you have never read the story, it is the perfect text for the first week of school. It is about a girl (mouse) named Chrysanthemum who loves loves LOVES school but begins to dread it when other kids make fun of her name. You can do a lot of things with this book - do a lesson on anti-bullying, talk about name meanings, or create a bar graph like this! For the activity I chose to go with, I had the kids…
Elizabeth Condra saved to First Grade 22-23
Check out our entire series for our FREE Roll and Graph Math Activities - printable activities for the whole year!
Carol Birch saved to September
Counting Bear Graphing is a great introduction to counting activity and it is FREE. It is perfect for preschool and kindergarten.
debbie pittenger saved to education