Bar Graph Worksheets
Our free printable bar graph worksheets are the ultimate guide to practicing bar graphs. Highly structured, these exercises help kids graduate from representing data as bar graphs to reading and interpreting bar graphs, advance from reading scaled bar graphs to figuring out double bar graphs, and up the game by constructing bar graphs. Bar graphs, graphs presenting categorical data horizontally or vertically, are visual tools that make interpreting data effortless. They compare data between different categories and are constructed with two axes: the horizontal x-axis that represents categories and the vertical y-axis that shows discrete values.
These bar graph worksheets are curated for kids in grade 2, grade 3, and grade 4.
Task kids in grade 2 with reading the bar graph featuring up to 3 categories, understanding the quantity of each item indicated by the rectangular bars, and answering the questions that follow.
Master analyzing the data in a snap with these printable worksheets containing bar graphs of up to 4 categories. An excellent 2nd grade resource, this set helps kids practice interpreting vertical and horizontal bar graphs.
Facilitate effective learning of bar graphs with our bar chart pdfs, where we use a scaled key to display the data. Read and interpret the graph and answer a set of questions.
Instruct kids in 3rd grade and 4th grade to read the table, decide the title of the graph, and draw and label the horizontal and vertical axes. Represent the data on the graph and Voila, they are done!
Categories on the bar graph are burgeoning! In these pdfs, learn how to read and interpret bar graphs with several categories. Draw your conclusions from the pictorial representation of the data.
Look at the categories on the x-axis and calculate the scale used, keeping in mind the lowest and the greatest number on the y-axis. Analyze the data and solve the one-step "how many more" and "how many less" problems.
With several categories and their values depicted on the axes with a scaled key, these bar graphs task kids with using the information to solve the two-step comparison, sum, and difference problems.
Once again, the smallest and greatest numbers in the data set hold the key to determining the scale of the graph. Calculate the height of each category by using the scale, and then draw the bars.