# Pie Graph Worksheets

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Jazz up your data-analyzing skills with this compilation of free printable pie graph worksheets. Rich with real-world scenarios, these circle graphs allow students to visualize data, interpret the information furnished in them, and answer certain questions based on them. Whole numbers, percents, and fractions are used to represent the data. An exemplary tool for comparison, a pie chart displays the data as pie slices. Looking at the wedge-like sectors on the chart, we can decipher the proportion of each category in a jiffy.

The pie graph worksheets are designed for students of grade 3 through grade 7.

Put your learners in charge as they work their way up analyzing a pie graph, with this themed free printable worksheet for 3rd grade children. Whole numbers are used to show the proportion of various categories in this pie chart.

Interpreting a Pie Graph | Fractions and Percents

Get the little ones thinking with this fun pie chart! Illustrating what animals Ms. Reece's students liked a lot, this pie graph tasks your learners with first studying the graph and then answering certain questions based on it. It also includes conversion of whole numbers to percent or fraction.

Reading and Interpreting a Circle Graph | Percent

The shaded parts on the circle graph represent different sports that Coach Martin's students said they like the most. Interpret the data given in percents, and answer a set of exciting questions. This free pdf worksheet also offers 4th grade and 5th grade students an opportunity to practice their percent knowledge.

Baking an apple pie is an art; so is creating a pie chart. To draw effective pie charts, students should relate their knowledge of angles and find the angle of each segment using the formula. Let them then draw the obtained angle using a protractor and label each segment correctly with this pdf for 6th grade and 7th grade students.