28th February, 2010 - Posted by Sammie Gann - 3 Comments
When collecting scientific data during an inquiry experiment it is always valuable to record your observations in the form of a graph. This free software allows students to record their data in a variety of graphs and print out the graph in the computer lab or classroom. Think about recording plant growth in the early grades. This program will allow the students to label the x and y axis and translate their data in an easy to read graph. What ways do you integrate graphing in your science and math notebooks? Share your creative ideas with other educators below.
Click on link “Free graphing software link for your classroom“