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: Toys Cut-Out Graph: Toys This exciting worksheet takes the stress out of math by making it a hands-on experiment.
Graph It! What is Your Favorite Color? Graph It! What is Your Favorite Color? When your child asks "When am I ever going to use math?"
Fruit or Vegetable? Fruit or Vegetable? Have your 1st grader cut out the pictures of food and paste them under "fruits" or "vegetables."
Tree Pictograph Tree Pictograph Your child can practice basic math and symbol recognition with this pictograph worksheet.
Make a Bar Graph Make a Bar Graph This adorable worksheet takes the stress out of math by making it a hands-on experiment.
Baseball Field Diagram Baseball Field Diagram Practice your 2nd grader's grid skills with this baseball-themed worksheet.
Picture Graphs: What's Your Favorite Ice Cream? Picture Graphs: What's Your Favorite Ice Cream? Vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, or chocolate chip?
Tally Time: On the Farm Tally Time: On the Farm Kids help Minnie figure out how many pigs, sheep, and other animals live on the farm by reading the tables and counting up the tally marks.
Graph It! What is Your Favorite Holiday? Graph It! What is Your Favorite Holiday? When your child asks "when am I ever going to use math?", use this Graph It!
Graph It! What Kind of Pet Do You Have? Graph It! What Kind of Pet Do You Have? When your child asks "when am I ever going to use math?", use this Graph It!
Airport Schedule Airport Schedule Practice your chart-reading skills with this real-world example: a hectic airport early in the morning!
Beginning Bar Graphs: Favorite Cake Beginning Bar Graphs: Favorite Cake Wondering how to introduce your child to reading bar graphs?
Gathering Data Gathering Data The first step in graphing is learning to organize and collect data.
Valentine Map Valentine Map Welcome to Valentine Village, a whole town bursting with candy hearts and chocolate gifts.
Creating Data Creating Data Practice creating your own data sources in this introductory graphing activity.
Graph It! What Color Are Your Eyes? Graph It! What Color Are Your Eyes? When your child asks "when am I ever going to use math?", use this Graph 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.