Graph of the Week

Activity for ages 4 to 7.

One of my favorite weekly traditions was pulling out our jumbo-sized pocket chart so students could complete a whole class graph.

That’s why I am SO excited about our newest activity pack: a MEGA pack of weekly graphs you can use ALL YEAR LONG.

Snag your set inside our VIP membership site, The Plato Pack!

Graph of the week’s are a valuable way to teach students how to create, read and analyze graphs.

This GROWING BUNDLE provides 5 pocket chart graphs for each month so kids can practice data analysis all year long.

They’re great to use as morning work or quick whole group lessons!

Inside You’ll Find

The super pack includes 16 EDITABLE student cards that make it easy to print personalized pocket chart cards for every child in class.

Plus 5 pocket chart graphs for each month.

For August, the graphs include:

  • How did you get to school?
  • How many letters are in your name?
  • What is your favorite color?
  • My favorite weather is…
  • What fruit do you like most?

You’ll also receive 5 follow up record sheets for each month so that you can easily stretch learning for students who are ready to practice graphing, tallying and analyzing data.

Download Your Pack

Snag your set (and ALL of our math centers!) inside our VIP membership site, The Plato Pack!

Save time, stay inspired and get EVERY student bigger results!

2 Comments

  1. Mia

    Thank you! I am so excited to use this product this year. We learn about graphs at the end of the year, and it always feels rushed. I can’t wait to incorporate this weekly so when the data unit shows up, the students will have a lot of background knowledge with graphing and analyzing the data from graphs.

    What size pocket chart do you recommend?

    Reply
    • Ashley

      Hi Mia,
      Yes! We have found students love this – and it’s a great way to practice graphing all year long!
      As far as the pocket chart size, we just used a standard size pocket chart, but it depends on the number of students in your class. If you have a larger class, you may need to get an oversized pocket chart.
      I’d recommend printing one week’s worth of cards, laying it out as if it were in the pocket chart, and use those measurements to be sure you get a size that works for you. Let me know if I can be of any further help.
      Warmly,
      Ashley // Happiness Ambassador

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