Kids get acquainted with three-dimensional shapes like cubes, cones and prisms, and practice building a bar graph while they're at it.
Sure to test your kid's graphing skills, this graph worksheet features two different types of graphs and questions to go along with them.
Sam, Kate and Becky are having an ice cream sale. Help them keep track of their sales by filling in a bar graph, and then answer a few math questions.
This favorite cake bar graph makes reading bar graphs simple for kids to understand.
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Kids boost counting and graphing skills as they make a graph to illustrate the rabbit's garden vegetable pickings.
The chef made a lot of sushi today during lunch. Can your child help him figure out how much sushi he made by filling in the table with tally marks?
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Sam, Kate and Becky are having an ice cream sale. Help them keep track of their sales by filling in a bar graph, and then answer a few questions.