# More Options for Daily Graphing

### Written by Donna Boucher

Donna has been a teacher, math instructional coach, interventionist, and curriculum coordinator. A frequent speaker at state and national conferences, she shares her love for math with a worldwide audience through her website, Math Coach’s Corner. Donna is also the co-author of Guided Math Workshop.
##### Freebies

At my school this year, we have identified graphing as a focus.  Check out this post  and this one for some background on our daily graphing ideas.  One of my second grade teachers wanted both horizontal and vertical graphs with more than the two columns I put on the original graph.  So, here they are!  Click here to grab your freebie.

Check out this link for a long list of suggestions for graphing questions.

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1. These templates are great! I love doing impromptu surveys and graphs based upon questions that come up in class. Here is a link to a graphing activity we did in my class:

Thanks for all that you share!

Diane
Teaching with Moxie

• LOVE the activity on your blog. Look for it on Bagels and Blogs tomorrow. 🙂

2. I love these graphs! Any chance you could do a version that goes up to 30 for those of us with BIG classes? I sure would appreciate it! Thanks for all of your great ideas! [email protected]

• Somehow I knew that was coming…ha ha. But here’s what I’m thinking. Even if your class is 30, do you think any one category would get more than 25 votes?

• Aha! Good thinking! You are right!

• Just don’t ask them if their favorite currency is a \$100 bill, a \$20, a \$10, a \$5, or a \$1. Ha ha. Of course, you’d have that ONE kiddo who’d choose a \$1!

• You’re welcome, Elizabeth!! 🙂

3. Thank you so much for this graph template! You are a wiz! And I love following you. I am looking for a pie graph that has 26 sections for my little second graders to use. Is there an easy way to do this or do you have one?