Graphing Worksheets and Printables

Kids will be able to see math used in a practical setting as they complete the bar graphs, pie charts, and line graphs in these graphing worksheets. These graphing worksheets prompt kids to do fun activities to collect data for the diagrams, including asking their friends their favorite colors and ice cream flavors.
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Cut-Out Graph: Fruit Cut-Out Graph: Fruit This sweet sheet take the stress out of math by making it a hands-on experiment.
Practice Sorting and Counting at the Ski Shop Practice Sorting and Counting at the Ski Shop Susie needs help organizing her inventory. In this kindergarten math worksheet, your child will practice sorting, graphing, and counting as she helps Susie sort through the merchandise at her ski shop.
Practice Sorting and Counting at the Beach Practice Sorting and Counting at the Beach Can your child help Tony sort through his inventory?
Cut-Out Graph: Sweet Treats Cut-Out Graph: Sweet Treats Take the stress out of math by by making math a hands-on experiment with this yummy worksheet.
Blank Pie Chart: Halves Blank Pie Chart: Halves For little math learners, here is a blank pie chart that needs to be filled!
Practice Test: Bar Graphs and Pictograms Practice Test: Bar Graphs and Pictograms Help your first grader review simple graphs with this nifty printable practice quiz.
Summer Hobbies Venn Diagram Summer Hobbies Venn Diagram It's the perfect time to pick up a new hobby this summer.
Doing Data: The Pet Store Tally Doing Data: The Pet Store Tally This adorable worksheet is not only filled with cute animal images, but it gives your second grader just the practice he needs to get comfortable tallying up sets of data.
Cut-Out Graph: Vegetables Cut-Out Graph: Vegetables This savory worksheet takes the stress out of math by making it a hands-on experiment.
Weather Graph Weather Graph Observing and recording the weather is a great activity for kindergarteners.
Cut-Out Graph: Hats Cut-Out Graph: Hats This stylish worksheets takes the stress out of math by bringing making it a hands-on experiment.
Cut-Out Graph: Chairs Cut-Out Graph: Chairs This sturdy worksheet take the stress out of math making it a hands-on experiment.
Cut-Out Graph: Sea Creatures Cut-Out Graph: Sea Creatures This bubbly worksheet takes the stress out of math by turning it into a hands-on experiment.
Cut-Out Graph: Birds Cut-Out Graph: Birds This fun and feathered worksheet take the stress out of math by turning it into a hands-on experiment.
Reading a Bar Graph Reading a Bar Graph Build your third grader's graph fluency with an exercise in reading a bar graph all about animals and their speeds.
Shape Dimensions: Solid Figures Shape Dimensions: Solid Figures Kids get acquainted with three-dimensional shapes like cubes, cones and prisms, and practice building a bar graph while they're at it.
Kids will be able to see math used in a practical setting as they complete the bar graphs, pie charts, and line graphs in these graphing worksheets. These graphing worksheets prompt kids to do fun activities to collect data for the diagrams, including asking their friends their favorite colors and ice cream flavors.