Early Elementary (K-1-2) Fall/Autumn Learning Math

Free Apples Graphing Activity

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It’s apple time! It’s also time to practicing graphing. This apples graphing activity combines both into a fun, hands-on activity. This set is filled with colorful little cards that show graphics of apple blossoms, a leaf, a jar of applesauce, apple seeds, a basket of apples, an apple core, an apple pie and even a cute green worm in an apple!

Graphing is an important skill that students use in math, science and even history. Bar graphs are a wonderful place to start when learning how to graph! This easy-to-use graph is also a great tool for launching a discussion focused on comparing and contrasting different results.

Your students will sort the various apple-themed cards according to picture. They will then create a bar graph of the correct number for each picture.

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Apples Graphing Activity

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