During math workshop, the kindergarteners have been busy. They began this math unit by creating their own unique surveys to find out what their classmates like best. Some questinos that were asked were, "What is your favorite pet?", "What is your favorite dessert?", "What is your favorite movie?" and "What is your favorite kind of airplane?" They then provided options from which their classmates to choose. Before surveying the crowd, they made predictions about which of the options they thought would be the most popular. Then it was time to begin asking their friends. They quickly figured out that keeping an accurate record of the classmates they had already asked was extremely important to collect precise data. The students used a grid to check off each person they had surveyed. They then practiced their newly acquired skill of tally marks to record their data. Once all students had been asked, and all data was in the form of tally marks, the students then transferred their data to bar graphs which visually displayed their findings. They had so much fun finding out the likes and dislikes of their friends and teachers.