Third Grade Probability Worksheets and Printables

Third grade probability worksheets give your eight- or nine-year-old practice with graphs and more. Your child will learn about probability through data comparison in these math-based worksheets. These third grade probability worksheets focus on a variety of topics, including tomatoes, bunnies, and vacations! Kids will work with pictographs, charts, and schedules in these third grade probability worksheets.
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Using a Chart: Do Your Chores! Using a Chart: Do Your Chores! Crystal, Patti, and Alex have a chore chart at their house, and it's filled with stars.
Bar Graph: Getting to School Bar Graph: Getting to School How do kids get to Parkside Elementary School?
Is your 3rd grade math student proficient in probability and a professor of pictographs? Probably not. But you can help teach him and get those skills down with these 10 worksheets.
Probability and Pictographs! Is your 3rd grade math student proficient in probability and a professor of pictographs?
Reading Pictographs: Carrots for Bunnies Reading Pictographs: Carrots for Bunnies How many carrots did Sammy's pet bunny eat?
Comparing Pictographs: Taxi, Taxi Comparing Pictographs: Taxi, Taxi What's better than one pictograph? Two!
Reading Pictographs: Eggplant Cooking Reading Pictographs: Eggplant Cooking Mr.Chef keeps track of the number of eggplants he needs for his recipes using a pictograph.
Reading Pictographs: Tomato Fest! Reading Pictographs: Tomato Fest! Kids practice reading a simple pictograph to help Mr. Farmer figure out how many tomatoes he picked during his harvest in this math worksheet.
Pictographs: Say Cheese! Pictographs: Say Cheese! Kids help Giovanni track his cheese business by using the data in the pictograph to answer a set of questions.
Reading Pictographs: Going to the Theater Reading Pictographs: Going to the Theater If your child already knows how to read a basic pictograph, try this intermediate worksheet to test your child's pictograph savvy.
Reading Pictographs: Building a New Town Reading Pictographs: Building a New Town Building a new town takes time, not to mention new houses!
Planes and Trains: Practicing Schedules #2 Planes and Trains: Practicing Schedules #2 Taking the train's a blast, but reading a train schedule can be rather confusing.
Winter Sports: Practice Reading a Bar Graph Winter Sports: Practice Reading a Bar Graph Get your child excited about the winter Olympics with this math worksheet in which he'll practice reading a bar graph detailing the popularity of various winter sports.
Go Runners! Practice Reading a Bar Graph Go Runners! Practice Reading a Bar Graph Give your child's logical and analytical thinking skills a boost with this math worksheet that requires her to use information contained in a bar graph to answer a set of questions.
Juice Time: Practice Reading a Bar Graph Juice Time: Practice Reading a Bar Graph In this math worksheet, your child will practice reading a bar graph about juice sales and interpreting its information to answer a set of questions.
Planes and Trains: Practicing Schedules #1 Planes and Trains: Practicing Schedules #1 Help these passengers catch their flights! In this time table-enhanced worksheet, kids practice making schedules to help passengers make their flights to get places on time.
Reading Pictographs: Drink Your Milk! Reading Pictographs: Drink Your Milk! Can your child help Tommy figure out how much milk he drinks?
Third grade probability worksheets give your eight- or nine-year-old practice with graphs and more. Your child will learn about probability through data comparison in these math-based worksheets. These third grade probability worksheets focus on a variety of topics, including tomatoes, bunnies, and vacations! Kids will work with pictographs, charts, and schedules in these third grade probability worksheets.