## GRAPHING

I am a HUGE fan of daily graphing in the elementary classroom. There is so much kids can learn from making and analyzing graphs. Here are some some sites with terrific ideas for graphing practice.

Mrs. Meacham's Resources

Mathwire Resources

Kidscount1234 Resources

Graph of the Day (with printables)

Daily Sign-In Questions

Graphing in Your Classroom

Classroom Graphing Ideas

Mrs McGowan's Graphs

CanTeach Math: List of Daily Math Graph Questions

Mrs. Meacham's Resources

Mathwire Resources

Kidscount1234 Resources

Graph of the Day (with printables)

Daily Sign-In Questions

Graphing in Your Classroom

Classroom Graphing Ideas

Mrs McGowan's Graphs

CanTeach Math: List of Daily Math Graph Questions

## ONLINE/INTERACTIVE GRAPHING

There are many sites where kids can enter data and generate graphs online that can be printed for later use. There are also sites that allow students to analyze graphs and answer questions about them. Here are a few of my favorites.

- Create a Graph from NCES (You can also try Create a Graph Classic, which is a simpler version.)
- Ambleside Primary has a simple bar graph generator.
- The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives also has a bar chart generator.
- The NCTM Illuminations site has a data grapher.
- MrNussbaum.com has a stem-and-leaf generator.
- The Numbers site has a resource for creating a pictogram graph.
- Young students can practice creating bar graphs with the bar graph sorter.
- At Pearson Education students can practice reading a variety of picture graphs.
- At Shodor Interactive students can create a circle graph, bar graph, or stem-and-leaf plot.
- Data to Graphics is an activity that highlights three ways of displaying information: tables, graphs, and maps.
- The Crickweb site has a drag and drop Venn diagram simulation.