Do your students need to practice bar graphs, pie graphs, pictographs, line plots, line graphs, tally charts, or pie graphs? If so, this simple print and go template may be useful.
Students can better understand graphs if they have an opportunity to practice them. I created these blank graphing worksheets so that my students could create their own charts and graphs using data they collect from other students, or their own data. I did not realize that this would be such a success. Students can create various charts and graphs independently, as a center activity, or with a partner.Once students have completed the graphs, they must write questions that correlate with the data from the graphs.
Included in this resource:
blank line graph printable
blank line plot printable
blank bar graph printable (horizontal and vertical)
blank pie graph printable
blank tally chart printable
blank pictograph printable
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