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A circle graph with real data!

Students will graph the different energy resources (fossil fuels, nuclear, renewable energy) used in the United States.

Graphing is an important skill that crosses over into many content areas. This graphing product will help your students learn the important parts of a circle graph including title, key and labels.

There are four different versions of this graph allowing you to differentiate between students, grade levels and/or classes.

Graph 1: Requires students to complete entire graph

Graph 2: Lines given on graph at every fifth percent to make dividing graph easier

Graph 3: Lines drawn for student to color and label

Graph 4: Lines and labels provided, student colors graph

An answer key is also provided.

This graph represents real life data. The data table lists the information source and a paragraph describing/explaining the information is also included.

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Graphing bundles available…

Let's Graph: Large Graphing Bundle

Let's Graph: Bar Graph Bundle

Let's Graph: Line Graph Bundle

Let's Graph: Circle Graph Bundle

Bar graphs available…

Let's Graph: Life Expectancy

Let's Graph: Car Accident Data

Let's Graph: Olympic Medal Counts

Let's Graph: Planet Diameters

Let's Graph: State Populations

Line graphs available…

Let's Graph: U.S. Cholera Cases

Let's Graph: Bald Eagle Pairs

Let's Graph: U.S. Dropout Rate

Let's Graph: High Temperatures

Let's Graph: Federal Minimum Wage

Circle graphs available...

Let's Graph: Continent Land Area

Let's Graph: U.S. Energy Sources

Let's Graph: Greenhouse Gas Sources

Let's Graph: Maple Syrup Production

Let's Graph: U.S. Population Ethnicity

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Students will graph the different energy resources (fossil fuels, nuclear, renewable energy) used in the United States.

Graphing is an important skill that crosses over into many content areas. This graphing product will help your students learn the important parts of a circle graph including title, key and labels.

There are four different versions of this graph allowing you to differentiate between students, grade levels and/or classes.

Graph 1: Requires students to complete entire graph

Graph 2: Lines given on graph at every fifth percent to make dividing graph easier

Graph 3: Lines drawn for student to color and label

Graph 4: Lines and labels provided, student colors graph

An answer key is also provided.

This graph represents real life data. The data table lists the information source and a paragraph describing/explaining the information is also included.

Click the preview button to see this product in its entirety.

Graphing bundles available…

Let's Graph: Large Graphing Bundle

Let's Graph: Bar Graph Bundle

Let's Graph: Line Graph Bundle

Let's Graph: Circle Graph Bundle

Bar graphs available…

Let's Graph: Life Expectancy

Let's Graph: Car Accident Data

Let's Graph: Olympic Medal Counts

Let's Graph: Planet Diameters

Let's Graph: State Populations

Line graphs available…

Let's Graph: U.S. Cholera Cases

Let's Graph: Bald Eagle Pairs

Let's Graph: U.S. Dropout Rate

Let's Graph: High Temperatures

Let's Graph: Federal Minimum Wage

Circle graphs available...

Let's Graph: Continent Land Area

Let's Graph: U.S. Energy Sources

Let's Graph: Greenhouse Gas Sources

Let's Graph: Maple Syrup Production

Let's Graph: U.S. Population Ethnicity

Find other graphing products…

Let’s Graph Products

Be notified when new products are added…

Follow me by clicking the little green star in the top right.

Keep track of the teaching portion of A House Called Home…

On Facebook

On Pinterest

On our blog

Total Pages

7 pages

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