The math exercises in Graphing Activities reinforce skills in making and reading graphs, including pictographs, bar graphs and line graphs. Each project and concept is supported by: Easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions for the teacher Reproducible patterns, blank graphs with pertinent questions, and clever line art illustrations.Topics to be graphed include: Which flavor of ice cream do you like best? How do you get to school ? What do you like to do at recess? In which month were you born? Which ball game do you like best? Have you ever slept in a tent? And 16 other activities. Graphing activities suitable for the entire class, a study group, and individuals are included. Making graphs reinforces mathematics and once completed they can help children gather information or answer questions, individually or as part of a group discussion. Each page is perforated for easy removal from the book and features charming artwork that can be colored with crayon or markers.
Activities to practice making and reading bar graphs, pictographs, and line graphs. Includes reproducible graphs and patterns.
Who would have thought an ice cream party, a ball game, or summer camp could become a mathematical learning exercise? Now they all can, with this book of graphic activities based on children's daily lives and interests.