This month's featured graphing format is the clothespin graph which captures data from simple yes-no questions. Use a piece of oaktag or foam board to construct the actual graph part that is reused. Write the question on a sheet of paper and attach it to the top of the board. Provide clothespins for students to use to affix to the yes or no side of the graph. Some teachers write student names on the clothespins so that it is easy to see who did or didn't vote yet.
A clothespin graph may also be used to record data for any two-choice option.