# Line plots

Discover Pinterest’s best ideas and inspiration for Line plots. Get inspired and try out new things.

Discover Pinterest’s best ideas and inspiration for Line plots. Get inspired and try out new things.

graphing and interpreting data on a line plot using a dice

Use these free printables for the upper elementary classroom. These activities have been used in Laura Candler's own classroom.

Chances are, if you teach third through fifth grades, the term “line plots” has become a part of your vocabulary. If you give standardized tests, you’ve probably realized that test makers love them! Unfortunately, many textbooks and other resources really don’t seem to provide many rich and meaningful experiences with line plots. Most activities are […]

Teaching line plots can be engaging and fun! Check out this post with tons of line plot activities and lessons for you to try!

Are you looking for engaging activities to teach your students about creating a line plot and reading it to analyze data? Check out these 5 hands-on activities!

Line Plots. When I even think of the words, I shudder. It’s one of the trickiest concepts for students. What...

Introducing line plots to third graders can be fun for the teacher and a bit overwhelming for a child. I mean…think about all the different skills that go into the understanding of how line plots work as a strategy to collect data. Kids have to measure to the nearest quarter inch accurately. They have to...Read More »

free line plot template Perfect for: -practicing line plots -making tally charts and line plots -blank line plot template -reviewing how to make a line plot Get it here for FREE! Happy (line plot) Teaching!! Christine Cadalzo Teach-Think-Elementary blank line plot Free math printable line plot activities line plots math for second grade math for third grade

Teaching With a Mountain View: Line Plot Activities and Resources

Do you teach line plots? Check out these activities that is perfect for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or 5th grade math! These activities are sure to engage your students.