Reading a Bar Graph: A Week's Fishing Record w/ 8 Reading and Math Questions

Reading a Bar Graph: A Week's Fishing Record w/ 8 Reading and Math Questions
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This is a one page worksheet that provides practice in reading and applying math when interpreting a bar graph. The title of the graph is "The Week’s Fishing Record." The graph’s title, vertical axis, horizontal axis, base line, scale line, grids, and symbols are labeled. Below the bar graph are 8 literal comprehension questions about bar graph features and about the number of fish caught during the week. Questions are true/ false, multiple choice and fill-in the blank. An example is:
Father caught twice as many fish as
A. Jimmy B. Mother C. Sue D. Johnny
Students refer to the data in the table to find answers and sometimes have to add or subtract. Answer key included. Please check out my other "Cook Family Fishing" worksheet listings where students interpret Line Graphs, Picture Graphs, Circle Graphs and Tables to answer comprehension questions.
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2 pages
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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