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Graphing and Data

Kindergarten Graphing Sheets
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Practice Sorting and Counting at the Beach

Help Tony organize the inventory at his beach shop in this kindergarten math worksheet. Your child will practice sorting, graphing, and counting.

Reading a Graph

Practice reading a graph with this fun farmers market chart. Kids will learn how to find and name points on a grid as they locate each fruit or veggie.

Graph It! What is Your Favorite Fruit?

Get your kindergartener excited about graphing with this favorite fruit survey. Kids will ask friends about favorite fruits and record the data on a graph.

Graph It! What Instrument Do You Play?

Show your child the practical applications of math with this kindergarten graphing worksheet. Kids will conduct an instrument survey and analyze the results.

Graph It! What Color is Your Hair?

Your child will use his math know-how in a practical situation with this Graph It! worksheet. Your child will use graphing skills to chart friends' hair colors.

Graph It! How Many Siblings Do You Have?

Use this Graph It! worksheet to show your child the practical side of math. This graphing exercise gets your child to survey his friends on their siblings.

Graph It! Traveling to School

uUe this Graph It! worksheet to show kids that math is all around us!

Graph It! What is Your Favorite Sport?

Kids who think math is impractical and boring will learn something new, and have fun, with our worksheet. Your child will survey friends about favorite sports.

Graph It! What is Your Favorite Color?

Show your child the practical uses of math with this Graph It! worksheet. Your child will graph his friends' favorite colors in this graphing worksheet.

Graph It! What is Your Favorite Holiday?

Help your child conduct a study, all about his friends' favorite holidays. Our holiday graphing worksheet is a fun way to show your kid practical uses for math.

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