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Picture Graphs: What's Your Favorite Ice Cream?
Picture Graphs: What's Your Favorite Ice Cream?
Worksheet
Picture Graphs: What's Your Favorite Ice Cream?
Vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, or chocolate chip? Sweeten up graph practice with this simple picture graph!
1st grade
Math
Worksheet
Pick a Flower Pictograph
Pick a Flower Pictograph
Worksheet
Pick a Flower Pictograph
Find out exactly how many flowers Stefanie has planted with this pictograph for kids. Your child will learn how to analyze and interpret data.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Tally Time: At the Farmers Market
Tally Time: At the Farmers Market
Worksheet
Tally Time: At the Farmers Market
The farmer needs help keeping track of his vegetables. Can your child use her counting skills to give him a hand?
1st grade
Math
Worksheet
Living and Non-Living Things: Math on the Farm
Living and Non-Living Things: Math on the Farm
Workbook
Living and Non-Living Things: Math on the Farm
A farm is full of life! This math workbook features colorful farm scenes with exercises to help kids identify living creatures and practice their counting to develop math and categorization skills.
Kindergarten
Math
Workbook
Categorize and Count
Categorize and Count
Workbook
Categorize and Count
This book takes preschool math to the next level with sorting practice, and then asks your child to figure out how many items are in each group – all through pictures of familiar animals and objects.
Preschool
Math
Workbook
Cut and Categorize #2
Cut and Categorize #2
Worksheet
Cut and Categorize #2
Help your preschooler clue into categories with this adorable worksheet! It asks her to cut out each pretty picture, and then glue it into its proper spot.
Preschool
Math
Worksheet
Day and Night
Day and Night
Workbook
Day and Night
Explore the differences between day and night with Daisy and Norman. Your child's observation and fine motor skills will be put to the test by all of the sorting, sequencing, and simple experiments.
Preschool
Reading & Writing
Workbook
The Results Are In: Interpreting Data
The Results Are In: Interpreting Data
Workbook
The Results Are In: Interpreting Data
Pictures and information go hand-in-hand in this workbook. Take a bite out of simple graphing and savor the math!
2nd grade
Math
Workbook
Transportation Match Up
Transportation Match Up
Worksheet
Transportation Match Up
There are many different modes of transportation. Some travel on land, some on air, and others on water! Can you tell the difference?
Kindergarten
Math
Worksheet
Picnic Bar Graph
Picnic Bar Graph
Worksheet
Picnic Bar Graph
Which picnic games do you prefer? This bar graph shows some of the most popular picnic activities. Students will learn about analyzing data from a bar graph.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Patterns, Pairs and Variables
Patterns, Pairs and Variables
Workbook
Patterns, Pairs and Variables
Algebraic thinking is a central component for 5th grade math. In this series, practice identifying number patterns, plotting on a coordinate grid, and solving for x in a variable expression.
5th grade
Math
Workbook
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
Math
Lesson Plan
What is it Telling Me? Creating and Interpreting Line Plots
What is it Telling Me? Creating and Interpreting Line Plots
Lesson Plan
What is it Telling Me? Creating and Interpreting Line Plots
Line plots are a great way to introduce your students to graphing data. In this lesson, your students will learn how to create a line plot and also practice interpreting line plots.
3rd grade
Math
Lesson Plan
Tree-mendous Trees
Tree-mendous Trees
Workbook
Tree-mendous Trees
Pay homage to our majestic, leafy companions with this series about trees. Kids can learn about the structure of trees, identify different leaf types and reflect on the many gifts that trees give.
2nd grade
Science
Workbook
Understanding Line Plots
Understanding Line Plots
Lesson Plan
Understanding Line Plots
This lesson provides students with the opportunity to critically think about data. Use this lesson alongside Line Plots: Representing the Length of Classroom Items or as a stand alone lesson.
2nd grade
Math
Lesson Plan
Transportation Math
Transportation Math
Workbook
Transportation Math
Rev your engines! Kids can practice their language skills while counting numbers and comparing different forms of transportation.
Kindergarten
Math
Workbook
Doing Data: The Pet Store Tally
Doing Data: The Pet Store Tally
Worksheet
Doing Data: The Pet Store Tally
Not only is this filled with cute animal images, but it gives your first grader just the practice they need to get comfortable tallying up sets of data.
1st grade
Math
Worksheet
Reading a Bar Graph: Number of Athletes
Reading a Bar Graph: Number of Athletes
Worksheet
Reading a Bar Graph: Number of Athletes
In this sports-themed worksheet, children use a bar graph to answer six questions about the number of athletes playing at a time in a variety of sporting events.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
All Sorts of Living Things
All Sorts of Living Things
Workbook
All Sorts of Living Things
With plenty of match-up activities and critical thinking in this life science series, your child will sort, categorize and learn about different strategies creatures use to survive.
Preschool
Science
Workbook
Ready to Read
Ready to Read
Workbook
Ready to Read
This workbook will acquaint your preschooler with reading by introducing it through a variety of subjects, such as math, science, and even art!
Preschool
Math
Workbook
Sort 2D and 3D Shapes
Sort 2D and 3D Shapes
Worksheet
Sort 2D and 3D Shapes
Can your kid tell the difference between 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional shapes? Kindergarten is a good time to start!
Kindergarten
Math
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
Math
Guided Lesson
Scaled Picture Graphs
Scaled Picture Graphs
Exercise
Scaled Picture Graphs
For amateur mathematicians, this exercise will incorporate neat pictures into math time with scaled picture graphs.
3rd grade
Math
Exercise
Fun with Food
Fun with Food
Workbook
Fun with Food
This yummy workbook shows that playing with food isn't always bad! Your young learner will be hungry for more after completing these culinary worksheets, sampling math, reading and writing practice.
Kindergarten
Math
Workbook
Circle What Belongs: Rainy Day
Circle What Belongs: Rainy Day
Worksheet
Circle What Belongs: Rainy Day
Which shoes are better for a rainy day, sandals or boots? This worksheet helps kids think critically about what things they see when the rain is pouring.
Preschool
Science
Worksheet

Data and Graphing

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.