graphing Archives - Page 2 of 3 - Math Coach's Corner
Select Page

## Thanksgiving Graph

I made the bi-weekly graph for my 3rd/5th grade peer tutoring program today, and of course it involves Thanksgiving.  I’m trying to gradually increase the complexity of the graphs, so this one is another double bar graph, but I made the increments on the scale...

## Siblings Graph

A couple weeks ago, I shared a Halloween themed graph that I used with my 3rd/5th grade peer tutor kiddos.  I have since decided to do biweekly graphs with them.  We brainstormed ideas for the graphs, so the graphs will be more meaningful to them. Students need to see...

## Halloween Graphing

Jiffy post tonight, but I wanted to share this little graphing activity I did with my 5th Grade/3rd Grade peer tutoring group.  Graphing is such a huge skill that I don’t think kiddos can get enough of it!  We used orange markers for the girls and black for the...

## Graphing Coins, No Foolin’!

Bagels and Blogs is still on Spring hiatus, but I’ve got a fun little freebie for you today.  I wanted to work some math into the Easter treats I gave a group of students I work with, so I whipped up the Bunny Money graph you see below.  I gave each...

## More Options for Daily Graphing

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...

## Daily Graphing in Action

Just a quick update on an earlier post from a couple weeks ago graphing.  I was fortunate to walk by Mrs. Sand’s open 2nd grade door today, and the graph on the SMART board caught my eye, so I wandered in.  I’m sorry it’s not a better picture, but...