Math Surveys Freebie!

I meant to post this yesterday, but I unfortunately had to go home unexpectedly yesterday morning.  I woke up with a migraine and took my prescription, but two hours later I felt ten times worse and just couldn't make it through the day.  I ended up sleeping most of the day, evening, and then all through the night.  Feeling better today.....thank goodness because the news was at our school today and I didn't want to have a sub with all the craziness happening.  {They were doing a piece on the history of our school because it is one of the oldest if not the oldest in the state.}

Anyways, my students have been loving the math surveys.  We did another one today.  Since this was only our second time really doing these, I made sure the activity was pretty structured.  Students had to find a partner, ask their partner the question, record their answer, and then have their partner do the same.  I would not let the students switch partners until I gave the cue for the switch.  This way I made sure everyone only asked 10 other friends.  It worked out really well.  I was very excited to see their graphs match their tally marks!

I have made two freebie math surveys.  I provided a color and black & white version of each.  Just click on the image below to get yourself a free copy!  Please let me know what you think by leaving a comment below.  :)

Tomorrow we will be finishing up our penguin unit and talking a bit about Martin Luther King, Jr.  Tomorrow is Friday.....can I get an amen?  :) 

Freebie Fridays


  1. I love the survey Amanda! It is always so much fun to see how excited students get to collect data :)

    The Brown-Bag Teacher

  2. Amanda I just now found this freebie and it's perfect for my math centers this week, thanks!

    Fun in PreK-1 & Kinder

  3. Thank you for sharing this freebie! We are going to investigate our friends' answers to these questions tomorrow morning!

  4. Thank you! I love the survey! Is their a version that is editable? Our district has a question of the day and I would love to input that question into this wonderful format!