Basic Charts and Graphs Concepts
Annotated links for the typical course of study to help you cover each topic and check mastery of that skill. Math - Basic Charts and Graphs Concepts.
Hosts Max and Ruthie challenge students to solve real-world math problems by using clues embedded in a fun, rhyming poem. Grade 2
Children will record and graph information about themselves and the class. Then they will include this information in a time capsule that they will reopen at the end of the year to see how they have changed. (Homeschoolers can gather information about family and friends) Grades K-5
Children will have fun graphing their favorite creepy crawlies.
In this activity, children will make a graph showing the results of ten spins of a spinner, and develop an understanding of why one section was landed on most often.
Students use a tally chart to compare.
Students practice counting on a farm.
A cross-curricular theme unit with activities, reproducibles, and tips for learning about families. Includes an activity for students to graph family information.
Children will exercise their graphing skills by creating, reading, and comparing picture graphs using the total number of people in their families.
In this activity, children will color the correct number of boxes in a graph to show their choices and then show their understanding of the graph's meaning through teacher-led class discussion.
Lessons for teaching Charts and Graphs to homeschooled children. Charts and Graphs is a topic that's covered all through school, from Kindergarten through 9th grade.