Favorite Surveys {FREEBIE}

This week, we concluded our unit on graphing and I wanted to do a quick, yet fun way to review the parts of a graph, translating data gathered into charts, as well as reading their data in various ways.  To do this, I created a fun freebie to share with you! My kids started this activity by creating their own survey.  I gave them four topics to choose from {favorite subject, treat, season, or animal}.  From there, they were able to pick four options for their classmates to choose from.  After their choices were made, I had all of my…

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Create-a-Graph Scavenger Hunt Freebie!

By the fifth grade, I’ve noticed that although they have worked on graphing for many years in prior grades, they still need help and plenty of practice with answering questions correctly about data as well as vocabulary associated with graphing. Today, my students and I created our own scavenger hunt by each making our own double-bar graphs.  We discussed giving your graph a title, labeling each axis, and creating reasonable intervals.  I allowed them to choose a topic for their graph based on their own interests.  I am not really sure who loved this activity more….them or me!  Their creativity…

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