Third Grade Graphing & Data Worksheets and Printables

Eight- and nine-year-old students can use these third grade graphing and data worksheets to get practice reading and interpreting graphs, collecting data and graphing it themselves. Aside from gaining general proficiency with graphs, your child will also practice comparison skills as well as basic math skills.
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Collecting Data Collecting Data Collecting data is an important part of math and statistics.
Creating Data Creating Data Practice creating your own data sources in this introductory graphing activity.
Gathering Data Gathering Data The first step in graphing is learning to organize and collect data.
Line Graph Line Graph Introduce your math whiz to line graphs with this comprehensive lesson.
Forms of Entertainment Graph Forms of Entertainment Graph Poll your friends, family, or classmates to see which kind of entertainment they prefer!
Height Graph Height Graph How tall do you think your friends or classmates are?
Student Age Student Age Get to know your classmates with a fun polling and graphing activity.
Stem and Leaf Plot Stem and Leaf Plot Nature is all around you -- even in your math textbooks!
Elevations Reading Charts Elevations Reading Charts Finding the answer to a questions doesn't always have to be difficult; you just have to know how to find it.
How to Read a Chart How to Read a Chart Look at real elevation heights for mountains in the U.S.
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.
Eight- and nine-year-old students can use these third grade graphing and data worksheets to get practice reading and interpreting graphs, collecting data and graphing it themselves. Aside from gaining general proficiency with graphs, your child will also practice comparison skills as well as basic math skills.