# Graphing - Bar Graphs (Horizontal) - Kindergarten - Worksheets/Test

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This Graphing Packet is very well organized, Easy-to-Use, and includes a detailed Answer Key.

Graphing - Bar Graphs (Horizontal) - Kindergarten - Worksheets/Test
Target Group:
1) Kindergarten

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This product is great for teachers that are looking for a Graphing activity that can be used as a Pre-test, Test, or Worksheet. The product has two identical sets: Set #1 Worksheets and Set #2 Test. Teachers can simply choose whether they want to use this product as a set of worksheets or a test.

THE CONTENT IN EACH SET IS EXACTLY THE SAME, except on the Worksheet Set there is an example. The Test Set DOES NOT HAVE an example.

For these worksheets/test the students count the pictures of the pirates in the box next to the graph to complete the Bar Graph. Then, the students answer the questions about the Bar Graph.

This product can easily be used as either a pre-test, test, or worksheet.

Contents:
Set #1 Worksheets
Graphing Worksheets - Bar Graphs - (5 Pages)

1) Count the pictures of the pirates in the box next to the graph to complete the Bar Graph. Answer the Questions:
A. How many? 1) Pirate #1 2) Pirate #3 3) Pirate #2 and Pirate #1
B. Which is greater? 1) Pirate #3 or Pirate #1 2) Pirate #2 or Pirate #3

2) Count the pictures of the pirates in the box next to the graph to complete the Bar Graph. Answer the Questions:
A. How many? 1) Pirate #3 2) Pirate #2 3) Pirate #1 and Pirate #3
B. Which is greater? 1) Pirate #1 or Pirate #2 2) Pirate #3 or Pirate #2

3) Count the pictures of the pirates in the box next to the graph to complete the Bar Graph. Answer the Questions:
A. How many? 1) Pirate #3 2) Pirate #2 3) Pirate #1 and Pirate #3
B. Which is greater? 1) Pirate #2 or Pirate #3 2) Pirate #1 or Pirate #2

4) Count the pictures of the pirates in the box next to the graph to complete the Bar Graph. Answer the Questions:
A. How many? 1) Pirate #1 and Pirate #2 2) Pirate #1 and Pirate #3
B. Which is lesser? 1) Pirate #3 or Pirate #2 2) Pirate #1 or Pirate #3

5) Count the pictures of the pirates in the box next to the graph to complete the Bar Graph. Answer the Questions:
A. How many? 1) Pirate #1 and Pirate #2 2) Pirate #2 and Pirate #3
B. Which is lesser? 1) Pirate #1 or Pirate #3 2) Pirate #2 or Pirate #3

Set #2 Test
Graphing Test - Bar Graphs - (5 Pages)

1) Count the pictures of the pirates in the box next to the graph to complete the Bar Graph. Answer the Questions:
A. How many? 1) Pirate #1 2) Pirate #3 3) Pirate #2 and Pirate #1
B. Which is greater? 1) Pirate #3 or Pirate #1 2) Pirate #2 or Pirate #3

2) Count the pictures of the pirates in the box next to the graph to complete the Bar Graph. Answer the Questions:
A. How many? 1) Pirate #3 2) Pirate #2 3) Pirate #1 and Pirate #3
B. Which is greater? 1) Pirate #1 or Pirate #2 2) Pirate #3 or Pirate #2

3) Count the pictures of the pirates in the box next to the graph to complete the Bar Graph. Answer the Questions:
A. How many? 1) Pirate #3 2) Pirate #2 3) Pirate #1 and Pirate #3
B. Which is greater? 1) Pirate #2 or Pirate #3 2) Pirate #1 or Pirate #2

4) Count the pictures of the pirates in the box next to the graph to complete the Bar Graph. Answer the Questions:
A. How many? 1) Pirate #1 and Pirate #2 2) Pirate #1 and Pirate #3
B. Which is lesser? 1) Pirate #3 or Pirate #2 2) Pirate #1 or Pirate #3

5) Count the pictures of the pirates in the box next to the graph to complete the Bar Graph. Answer the Questions:
A. How many? 1) Pirate #1 and Pirate #2 2) Pirate #2 and Pirate #3
B. Which is lesser? 1) Pirate #1 or Pirate #3 2) Pirate #2 or Pirate #3

The following are two ideas you might like to use for the answer key.

1) If you laminate the answer key, you can get your students to check their own answers. The students can make the proper corrections and hopefully master the concept. These answer keys work great for Math Centres. The students are always eager to check their own work!
2) Teachers that are moving towards “paperless classrooms” are using downloadable educational resources in PDF Format as homework assignments on different technology devices. PDF Files such as this product would allow parents access to the answers.

Math Skills: Display the given data in Bar Graphs and interpret the data in the Bar Graphs.

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