Sit, Stand, Jump - Tally Chart Example

Updated: 11/16/2017
Sit, Stand, Jump - Tally Chart Example
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Tally Chart Lesson Plans

Teaching Tally Charts with Storyboards

Lesson Plans by Anna Warfield

Information drives our society. Research studies promote consumer choices, social changes, government policies, technological developments and more. As educators, we need to prepare little minds for important data-driven futures. The tally chart is easy to use and understand, so it is an excellent choice for first-time researchers.


Storyboard Description

Example of a blank tally chart for students to record data on occurrences over time. Directions: Pass out tally chart to students. Teacher performs some simple task (making announcements, reading a story, etc) and shifts between sitting and standing. Every once in a while, teacher jumps (or does other action). Students make tally marks on tally chart to record the number of times the teacher sits, stands, and jumps.

Storyboard Text

  • MRS. WARFIELD SAT
  • NUMBER OF TIMES
  • MRS. WARFIELD STOOD UP
  • MRS. WARFIELD JUMPED