Every class in middle school took a 33 question on "Quizziz", daily, for 8 days. The class average and highest individual scores from each class were posted daily out in the hallway. Class averages were rounded to the nearest 5%. The "Quizziz" covered a variety of middle school graphing skills including:

- Choosing appropriate graphs for types of data
- Identifying variables in a data set and placing them on the correct axis
- Reading data charts and plotting points
- Analyzing graphs and charts (trends, anomalous data, mean/median/mode/range, calculating percent)

The winner was the class with the highest overall average over the 8 days. One of the best parts was taking each class out to analyze the graph on the wall ABOUT graphing! :) My students then created their own graphs using the data collected.