These graphing exercises and practice problems will help to teach, review, and reinforce graphing skills for science students in grades 7 - 12.
In this graphing activity, students are given data for three different problems. The student will identify the independent and dependent variables, graph the data, and answer critical thinking questions about the graph. The student will complete three different graphs. Each graph/problem is accompanied by 6 questions.
This can be used for any students in Grades 7-12. These problems are great reinforcement after the graphing concept has been taught. Please check out the preview to see if this product is right for you.
All answers are included. You will download a file that contains both a pdf version and a Word document.
This product is included in my Science Skills Mega-Bundle of 61 files. The bundle contains 61 different files on science skills, including metric system, scientific method, scientific notation, graphing, significant digits and more.
Note: This product is also sold in a large, bundled unit plan called Introduction to Biology Complete Unit Plan
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