Here are 14 graphs for students to use to interpret data, apply computational skills and summarize what they learn. This product includes bar graphs and pictographs. Each of the graphs includes questions for students to complete along with the answers for each. These are meant to be placed around the room to allow student movement and provide a graphing activity that can last one or two weeks. It can also be done as a whole class, put in math centers or used as an assessment . Numbers on the graphs go from the tens to hundreds, and thousands. Most second graders should be able to do these as well as third graders. All graphs are black and white, but would be better run on colored paper if you decide to place around the room for better visibility.