Autumn Harvest Graphing Math Game
Autumn Harvest Graphing Math Game Is Fall Math Fun.
Some learn by doing, others by observing, still others by listening, reading, etc. Graphing is a neat way to present information visually. From newspapers to cookbooks, magazines to mail flyers, graphs are everywhere. There are many different types of graphs - bar graphs, line graphs, pictographs, area graphs, pie graphs, and XY graphs.
Graphing is fun and very important for children because it gives them a chance to learn that one thing can represent another. Why is this so important? Graphing helps us to be able to assimilate data to make logical predictions and conclusions. Plus, using graphs can be fun.
In this resource, children will use simple graphing of five autumn-themed playing pieces to teach children to use a bar graph.
To use: Print the sheets out, cut them apart, and you are ready to go. Five items are used (corn, apple, crow, pumpkin, carrot), and thirty turns of flipping a card piece are required to complete a game. Print out one game set per player.
This is a great hands-on resource to help teach about using bar graphs.