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This page has several pie graph worksheets. The "Basic Pie Graphs" require students to have a basic understanding of fractions. The "Advanced Pie Graphs" require students to understand percentages./p>
Basic Pie GraphsSummer Camp Pie Graph Free
Use the information in the summer camp pie graph to answer the questions. Requires knowledge of fractions.
(Approx. grade levels 2-4)
Use the data from the table to make a sports circle graph.Pie Graph: Transportation Member
Pie graph shows the various methods of transportation students used to get to school; Requires basic understanding of fractions
Advanced Pie GraphsPie Graph: Field Trips Free
Pie graph shows students' field trip preferences; Requires knowledge of percentages and fractionsPie Graph: Seasons Member
Pie graph shows students' favorite seasons; Requires knowledge of percentages and fractionsPie Graph: Contessa's Money Member
Pie graph shows how Contessa spends her money; Requires knowledge of percentages and fractions