Carla (of Preschool Powol Packets) always has the best ideas for kids learning printables! Last time, Carla shared a fun bee-themed maze printable for some fine motor skill practice and hand-eye coordination.
Now, Carla has delved into early math and science learning with this awesome kids graph printable…
“What’s In My Yard?” Outdoor Learning Kids Graph
Let’s check it out…
Here’s what Carla has to say about it…
“The Outdoor Kids Graph Activity lets children observe and quantify their own environment while practicing graphing – an essential skill for later math and science learning! I’ve included a blank printable graph in the file so families and older children can customize it themselves, too.”
This “What’s In My Yard?” Kids Graphing Activity is such a fun way to encourage summer learning!
And I love how she’s included a blank kids graph, too, so that the kids can decide (and draw) which outdoor treasures they want to search for and graph. So cool!
Download your Kids Graph Printable HERE:
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Do your kids graph things? I’d love to hear about any kids graphing activities you’ve done in the comments below!