# Graphing Throughout the Year for Primary

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Graphing

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Worksheets

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Do you need some graphing fun that can be differentiated for your students? These graphing worksheets will engage and motivate your students to have fun graphing data. They will graph by counting the number of objects presented and then interpret the data by using bar graphs and by answering questions with question sheets for EVERY GRAPH as well as answer sheets for all! They are easily differentiated by graphing , 5, 10 or 15 objects to support different levels of learning!

As mentioned above, the graphs are presented as worksheets with images that you students will count and then create a bar graph to represent the data presented by the pictures.

After creating the graph, there is a partner page that asks questions about the data represented on each graph.

There are 61 pages of graphs to support your students’ understanding of graphing and interpreting data plus, answer keys for all.

The graphs represent different seasons/months and can be differentiated as you need for your students. You can still use the same season or month graph, but some are a bit harder than others.

Here is what is Included:

☀️ 61 pages of graphs and answer keys Total pages 122 129 pages including title Pages for each section.

☀️ 61 pages of questions to answer about each graph.

☀️ 6 graphs for summer

☀️ 8 graphs for fall including leaf, Halloween, Pumpkin and Thanksgiving graphs.

☀️ 4 graphs for winter including 2 holiday graphs.

☀️ 2 New year graphs

☀️ 3 Valentine’s Day graphs

☀️ 3 St. Patrick’s Day

☀️ 4 Spring

☀️ Included are 4 more Challenging graphs 1 for Summer, Spring, Valentine’s Day and St. Patrick’s Day

☀️ Includes a cover if you choose to create a booklet for students and cover pages to add to a binder to keep your graphs organized!

Ideas for Use:

•For fun Math Rotations/Centers

•For holiday activities

•Small groups that may need more focused practice with graphing

•Morning work

•Homework

•To assess graphing skills

•Partner activities

•You can also ask your students to write the number models and show their work on the back of the sheets and explain their thinking.

•Can be differentiated and used for remediation or enrichment

Thank you for downloading, browsing or purchasing. Your support is greatly appreciated. I hope this brings a bit of Sunshine your way!

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## Resource Tags

small group math holiday graphs math graphing math centers math morning work primary graphing

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