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Data and Graphing
Become a master of analysis! In this series, kids practice collecting, creating and plotting data on graphs. Then they'll practice reading graphs, making predictions, and comparing data.
3rd grade
Workbook
Graphing Data: Tally Marks and Bar Graphs
Graphing Data: Tally Marks and Bar Graphs
Lesson Plan
Graphing Data: Tally Marks and Bar Graphs
Collecting and graphing data can be a fantastic tool for getting to know your students and for your students to get to know one another! In this lesson, students will poll their classmates to gather data and then graph the results!
1st grade
Lesson Plan
Graphing Data: Colors
Graphing Data: Colors
Worksheet
Graphing Data: Colors
Help the concept of graphing really sink in by challenging your second grader to graph kids' favorite colors using a table, tally mark table, and grid.
2nd grade
Worksheet
Gathering Data
Gathering Data
Worksheet
Gathering Data
The first step in graphing is learning to organize and collect data. Practice gathering data by using the items in your lunchbox as your data source.
3rd grade
Worksheet
Creating Data
Creating Data
Worksheet
Creating Data
Practice creating your own data sources in this introductory graphing activity.
3rd grade
Worksheet
Measurement and Graphing 1
Measurement and Graphing 1
Exercise
Measurement and Graphing 1
This exercise will introduce students to the concept of taking measurements and graphing the data.
3rd grade
Exercise
Pitch and Hit Data
Pitch and Hit Data
Activity
Pitch and Hit Data
Okay, engaging in a graphing activity may sound ho-hum, but if you use fun data, it changes the picture entirely.
3rd grade
Activity
Collecting Data About Favorite Pets
Collecting Data About Favorite Pets
Worksheet
Collecting Data About Favorite Pets
This worksheet will challenge kindergarteners to find out, and will introduce them to graphing and data in the process.
Kindergarten
Worksheet
Graphing Favorite Pets
Graphing Favorite Pets
Worksheet
Graphing Favorite Pets
Mix up math lessons with this pet-inspired graphing exercise. This is an interactive way to teach your students how to collect data and graph their findings.
1st grade
Worksheet
Graphing Survey Data
Graphing Survey Data
Worksheet
Graphing Survey Data
If your second grader is stumped by bar graphs, clear up the confusion with this worksheet that helps kids learn how to read and interpret a bar graph.
2nd grade
Worksheet
Interpreting Data Using Graphs
Interpreting Data Using Graphs
Lesson Plan
Interpreting Data Using Graphs
Engage students in learning about data by analyzing picture graphs, then collecting data from classmates and making their own graphs!
Kindergarten
Lesson Plan
Bar Graphing with Roly
Bar Graphing with Roly
Game
Bar Graphing with Roly
Stop those germs! Kids must catch germs as they drop and prevent people from getting sick in this icky data and graphing game.
2nd grade
Game
Graphing Favorite Fruits
Graphing Favorite Fruits
Worksheet
Graphing Favorite Fruits
Ask your students to survey their classmate's favorite fruits. Students will use this worksheet to record data by graphing the fruity answers they receive from classmates.
1st grade
Worksheet
Let’s Find Out! Answering Questions by Collecting and Organizing Data
Let’s Find Out! Answering Questions by Collecting and Organizing Data
Lesson Plan
Let’s Find Out! Answering Questions by Collecting and Organizing Data
Your students will practice data collection and graphing while learning more about each other. Your data scientists will craft a survey question, collect data from the class, and then create a bar graph to represent their findings.
3rd grade
Lesson Plan
Collecting Data
Collecting Data
Worksheet
Collecting Data
Collecting data is an important part of math and statistics. Practice gathering data using items around the house or classroom!
3rd grade
Worksheet
Bar Graphs: Interpreting Data
Bar Graphs: Interpreting Data
Lesson Plan
Bar Graphs: Interpreting Data
In this lesson, students will make bar graphs and interpret data using real-life data from other students. They will get practice writing and answering survey questions.
2nd grade
Lesson Plan
Measurement and Data 3
Measurement and Data 3
Guided Lesson
Measurement and Data 3
Comparison is one of the most crucial math skills second graders learn, because it can be applied to so many other disciplines across the elementary school curriculum. In this measurement and data lesson, kids will work on object comparison and graphing. The exercises ask kids to list objects in size order, estimate length, note differences in length, and make bar graphs.
2nd grade
Guided Lesson
Garden Graphing
Garden Graphing
Worksheet
Garden Graphing
Kids boost counting and graphing skills as they make a graph to illustrate the rabbit's garden vegetable pickings.
1st grade
Worksheet
Data 2
Data 2
Guided Lesson
Data 2
Understanding data and graphs is a critical skill that we use on a regular basis to read news articles, reports and other media to interpret information. In this unit, students investigate data collection, data organization and visual representation in different kinds of graphics (i.e. line plots, pie charts). Learners also apply concepts of probability and statistics to analyze data.
5th grade
Guided Lesson
Let’s Talk About Data!
Let’s Talk About Data!
Lesson Plan
Let’s Talk About Data!
Extend your students' understanding of data by asking them to consider real-world problems about data collection and graphs.
1st grade
Lesson Plan
Graphing Paper
Graphing Paper
Worksheet
Graphing Paper
Never run out of graphing paper with this handy printable! Your geometry student can print out his own graphing paper at home.
5th grade
Worksheet
Donut Data
Donut Data
Worksheet
Donut Data
In this worksheet, children use data and line plots to solve donut-themed word problems. 
5th grade
Worksheet
Create a Double Bar Graph (with data provided)
Create a Double Bar Graph (with data provided)
Worksheet
Create a Double Bar Graph (with data provided)
Ask your students to use data to create a double bar graph and interpret the graph with critical thinking.
5th grade
Worksheet
Dive Into Data
Dive Into Data
Workbook
Dive Into Data
Math isn't just adding and subtracting—it's about making sense of numbers and information. Practice with calendars and different types of graphs to help your child dive into data!
1st grade
Workbook
Data Collection Book
Data Collection Book
Worksheet
Data Collection Book
Use this Data Collection Book to teach your students how to organize and analyze data.
3rd grade
Worksheet
While not everyone will become a data scientist, teaching students data skills will serve them well as an adult. But just because you know it’s important to understand data sets, doesn’t mean you feel completely comfortable teaching data skills, or the math needed to work with data. Take advantage of our printable worksheets and exercise ideas to help you lead classroom activities that facilitate a greater understanding of data.
One of the most common ways to communicate data is with a graph. But there are so many different kinds of graphs! Each type of graph has different visual strengths. Consider these different ways to represent data:
  • Line graphs – Lines work well to show how something changes over time. They show how a trend rises, falls, or becomes unstable.
  • Bar graphs – Bars are good when your data is divided into different categories. For example, you can show how many trees of various species grow in your neighborhood.
  • Pie graphs – A pie graph is excellent at showing proportions. For example, if you want to see what activities you do most during the day, a pie graph will quickly communicate the relative size of your time spent sleeping, eating, playing, and working.
  • Scatter points – Scatter points are dots on an x-y graph for when you have numerous measurements. They show a large quantity of data and the variety of that data. Using a line, you can also chart the average or show the trend. For example, you could measure the temperature every day for a year. Scatter points will show that some days were very, very hot, and others were unusually cold. But the average line will show overall warmer days in the summer and cooler days in the winter.
Once you’re done practicing skills related to data, keep the concepts coming with our math resources related to time.