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Grade Level Estimation: 1st
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Here is a complete set of basic, intermediate, and advanced bar graph worksheets for teachers and homeschool families.
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Bar Graphs (Grade 1)Pets Bar Graph Free
Bar graph of pets that belong to students in a classroom; Scale counts by 1s; Approximately first grade level.Chicken Eggs Bar Graph Member
Bar graph of eggs laid by hens; Scale counts by 1s; Approximately first grade level.Flowers Bar Graph Member
Bar graph of Flowers in a garden; Scale counts by 1s; Approximately first grade level.
Bar Graphs (Grades 2-3)Raffle Ticket Sale Member
Create a bar graph to show how many raffle tickets were sold during the week. Approximate grade level: 3.Baseball Graph Free
Read the bar graph to determine how many runs were scored in a baseball game; Approximate grade level 2-3.Favorite Drinks Graph Member
Graph of kids' favorite drinks; Horizontal bars with basic questions; Scale counts by 2s; Approximate grade level 2Coins Graph Member
Use the information in the table to complete the bar graph and answer the questions that follow; Approximate grade level 2-3Make a Farm Animal Graph Member
Students must graph the data, label the x and y axis, write a title, and create a scale; Approximate grade 2-3Favorite Colors Graph Member
Answer the questions using information from the graph; Approximate grade level 2-3Weather Graph Member
Graph charts January weather in New York; Approximate grade 3Breakfast Foods Graph Member
Read the favorite breakfast foods graph and answer the questions that follow; Scale counts by 3s
Bar Graphs (Grades 4 and up)Newspaper Subscriptions Member
Read the bar graph and determine the number of newspaper subscriptions sold; Scale counts by 300s; Approximate grade level 3-4Bean Plant Growth Graph Member
Bean plant growth bar graph; Scale counts by quarter inches; Approximate grades 4-6Recycled Newspapers Graph Member
Scale on this bar graph counts by 40s; Questions are a little tougher; Approximate grades 4-6
Any LevelBlank Bar Graph Member
Kids can make their own bar graphs with this blank axis and grid.
See Also:Pictograph Worksheets
The worksheets on this page contain picture graphs with symbolsLine Graph Worksheets
A page with line graph worksheets and questionsPie Graph Worksheets
A collection of circle graph (pie graph) worksheets.