I thought I’d finish up our look at chance and data by sharing with you some great probability and graphing anchor charts I’ve found on the Internet. Click on each picture to be taken to the original source.

**1. Pictographs**

Here’s a simple chart that explains the parts of a pictograph.

**2. Collecting data and graphing**

There are many different anchor charts here. I like this one that shows some of the ways that data can be collected, but also how to represent that data with different types of graphs.

**3. Making graphs**

This blog post shares many creative math anchor charts, including this one on making graphs.

**4. Parts of a graph**

I like this poster as it clearly shows the parts of a graph and how they can be labeled.

**5. Kinds of graphs**

This site also explains how you can set up some math stations for students to collect data and then record it.

**6. Showing class results**

This chart shows how a class collected data about a question, and then how they presented the data as a pictograph.

**7. Probability poster**

Here’s a poster that explains the meaning of probability and outcome.

**8. Probability cards and a free activity**

Here you’ll find some great cards that show the difference between impossible, possible and certain. There is also a free probability activity.

**9. What is the probability?**

A straight forward chart that shows some of the vocabulary associated with probability.

**10. Probability pouch book**

This is a good idea to show the difference between certain, possible and impossible. You can also download the template for free.

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