Graphing A Fun Question Each Day Teaches Students How To Organize Information
Introduce your class to graphing with this colorful write-on/wipe-off banner and header. The Activity Guide gets you started with 200 questions about kids' favorite things. Choose one that aligns with a particular subject or choose one at random. Either way, kids will learn how to organize, graph, and tally different information..
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This is an excellent product and very high-quality. It's part of our daily routine. Students make their choice first thing in the morning so it's a quick visual to see who's present or not. After special area this is a perfect time to sit on the floor and go over the graph each day. Thank you!
By Happy teacher from , FL
I love this!
By from , TX
I use this every day to take attendance. The students like it too!
The only issue I have is that the yellow top layer is coming off because the students have difficulty removing it from the board to place it on the graph.
By from , IL
More than graphing
I use four sets per year. Each child has one for the subjects of math, writing, and reading, as well as one used for the job chart and bathroom sign out. Located on magnetic whiteboards (or other magnetic surfaces), I can easily rearrange the magnets to show groups or students move their magnets to show what step they are on according to the written agenda. Having the student move his own magnet on the agenda list helps them stay on track, helps the teacher see the progress students are making, and adds a little movement break for the student during longer workshops.
By Grade 4 Teacher from ,
It is a super easy to use graph system for beginners.
My kids loved it.