# Explore Students Analyze, Students Sort and more!

Are you looking for a hands on, concrete way to practice graphing in your classroom while encouraging flexible ways of thinking ? Students sort manipulatives by varying attributes and then graph. Then students analyze their data and answer questions about their graph.

Try this Grab and Graph pack! Students sort the manipulatives by varying attributes and then complete the graph. Then students analyze their data and answer questions about their graph. Features: 30+ graphs using common classroom math manipulatives.Use as a center, small group, whole group

Try this Sort and Graph pack! Students sort the cards and then complete the graph. Then students analyze their data and write about their graph. Students learn to write about things other than just the items that have the most/least. There are 30+ graphs, response pages and matching cards for sorting included for a years worth of graphing.

Getting To Know You Graphs: 11 graphs to complete as a whole class. Each graph is offered two ways: as headers to place in a pocket chart (students place their name in the correct column), and as a projectable graph with follow up questions. $3 TpT

Try this Snack and Graph pack! Students sort their snack and then complete the graph. Then students analyze their data and write about their graph. Students learn to write about things other than just the items that have the most/least. 35+ graphs, response pages, and sorting mats using snacks kids love!

Try this Survey and Graph pack! Students grab a clipboard and find some friends to survey. They collect data, form a graph and then analyze the data they collected. 60+ graphs with seasonal,holiday, science and social studies unit themes

Ultimate Guide to Graphing in Primary Grades: Do you make graphs with your students? Of course you do, who doesn't? But do you know why it is important and what experiences your students should have to get the most out of graphing activities?

Ultimate Guide to Graphing in Primary Grades: Do you make graphs with your students? Of course you do, who doesn't? But do you know why it is important and what experiences your students should have to get the most out of graphing activities?

Ultimate Guide to Graphing in Primary Grades: Do you make graphs with your students? Of course you do, who doesn't? But do you know why it is important and what experiences your students should have to get the most out of graphing activities?