Here are some good graphs to start the students on graphing. It’s a good practice for them to develop their graphing abilities that are measured in the standardized test (STAAR in Texas). These are for your students to review to get them ready for the test.
Print them in card stock, laminate and cut. Use them as it fits your students and your classroom environment. Obviously, they can be used for partner’s practice, math center, and or whole group. You can display these as flash cards or anchor charts and also as a power point presentation to review or to teach as a whole group and/or practice what you have already showed and discussed.
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