Friday, May 23, 2014

Resources for Graphing and Tallying

Hi, Teaching Friends!

Do you subscribe to the free weekly Teachers Pay Teachers Newsletter?  It's a great way to see some terrific K-12 resources, to meet some sellers that may be new to you, and of course to find links to ten free downloads in your email box every Sunday! Not a subscriber yet? Super simple ... just click here and scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page to "Keep in Touch".

I was so honored to have my Summer Data Collection included as one of this week's free downloads.
If you aren't among the 42,000 (wow! thanks!!) who've downloaded this set of tallying and graphing experiences, just click on the cover.

The vote of confidence from all those downloads as well as the many kind comments inspired me to go back and revamp an earlier data collection resource about food.

If you've already purchased this set, be sure to go back to download the update free.  In addition to six graphs and a cover to assemble them as a class book, this resource now also includes two "Would You Rather...?" survey pages for your students to use independently. Kids love to poll their classmates! These surveys would be a great math center choice - just put on a clipboard and go!

Here's a sample graph from the set. It's free in the preview - click here!

If you're looking for ways to mix more graphing and tallying into your science teaching, try this set!

Happy Teaching!

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