Students can usually interpret line graphs before they can make effective graphs themselves. This worksheet breaks down the process for making line graphs into four easy steps. Choosing the scale of a line graph is one crucial step, and this lesson suggests a helpful rule of thumb for that decision. Standardized tests and curriculum requirements frequently demand the creation of line graphs, and social studies work will often relate to line graphs, as well. This page will help prepare your students for these tasks.
You might also be interested in my packet of graphing activities that provides instruction in four graphing skills (including this sheet)
This resource is created by Stephen Campbell.