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- Bar graphs and line graphs are engaging for teachers and students with this variety of hands-on activities! You can use the activities included in this comprehensive bundle to teach, review, and assess bar graphs and line graphs. This time-saving resource is a great addition to a 4th or 5th grade gr$8.20$10.25Save $2.05
- I am a HUGE fan of using cross-curricular activities in the classroom. This bundle makes it easy to bring science and Virginia Studies into your 4th grade math and ELA lessons, or vice versa! Use these activities for centers, early finishers, morning work, challenges, spiral review, test prep, and m$27.60$34.50Save $6.90
These worksheets are a great way to make your graphing unit more engaging if you're a Virginia teacher! Students can use these worksheets to practice reading and creating a variety of graphs. All of the graphs include information related to Virginia (such as Richmond's average monthly precipitation, lengths of Virginia rivers, and types of farms in the Valley and Ridge region).
- interpret line graphs, bar graphs, pictographs, and circle graphs (including identifying graph trends)
- represent data by creating their own bar graphs and line graphs based on information provided in charts
These worksheets support and extend 2016 Virginia Math SOL 4.14 (i.e., pictographs, circle graphs, and double line and bar graphs go beyond the standard).
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