# 3rd Grade Common Core: 3.MD.3

Common Core Identifier: 3.MD.3 / Grade: 3
Curriculum: Measurement And Data: Represent And Interpret Data.
Detail: Draw a scaled picture graph and a scaled bar graph to represent a data set with several categories. Solve one- and two-step "how many more" and "how many less" problems using information presented in scaled bar graphs. For example, draw a bar graph in which each square in the bar graph might represent 5 pets.
58 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Students complete the pictograph using data in a table.  Then, they complete the short answer questions that follow.  Pictograph counts by 10s and does include half symbols.
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On this pictograph, students count by 6s to determine how many fish were caught.  Includes half symbols.
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Students analyze the data on the chart to answer questions.  Scale counts by 2,000s and does include half symbols.
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Students are given a pictograph with data for a cupcake bakery. They use the data in the graph to answer the questions.
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This worksheet has pictures of jack-o'-lanterns, black cats, witch hats, and ghosts. Count how many of each picture appear and use that information to make a bar graph and answer the 5 questions.
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Count by 4s to determine how many pumpkins each person carved and answer questions.  Many questions involve higher-level thinking.  Includes half symbols.
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Practice making and reading bar graphs with this Easter-themed worksheet.
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Use the information provided to practice making and reading a bar graph.
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How many customers visit French's each year.  To find out, students examine the pictograph.  Requires counting by thousands and includes half symbols.
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Track the data of a group of gift-making elves with this worksheet! Students will use the tally provided to create a bar graph and answer questions about it.
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Here an alternate blank bar graph. THis version is horizontal/landscape.
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This Halloween-themed worksheet is a great way to practice making and reading bar graphs.
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With these worksheets, your class can solve an elapsed time problem using a number line, divide a trapezoid into equal parts, name fractional points on a number line, make a bar graph, and identify right angles.
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Students can use this worksheet to practice their bar-graph skills. The images are based on activities people do while celebrating Juneteenth.
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Count the different objects on the page and use the numbers to create a bar graph. Then use the graph to answer the questions.
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Have your students count each item on the page and use the numbers to create and interpret a bar graph.
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Christina surveyed her friends to find out their favorite subject in school. The tally chart shows the results. Answer the questions and make a bar graph to show the data.
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This Dr. Seuss-themed worksheet will help students practice making and reading bar graphs.
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Use the images on the page to make a bar graph. Then answer the questions based on your graph.
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Survey the class to find out who likes green eggs and hand. Make a tally of the results. Then use the data to build a bar graph.
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Make your own pictograph with this blank template.
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This worksheet features numerous images related to Labor Day. Students will count each item and create a bar graph using the data. Then they'll answer 5 questions using the information they found.
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Count square units to find area of a square, solve a division problem using a graphic model, find missing numbers in 4-digit addition and subtraction problems, solve a multi-step word problem, and identify fractions on a number line.
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Count the leprechauns, clovers, horseshoes, and pots of gold. Then complete the bar graph and answer the questions.
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Students will count the number of each type of instrument to complete the bar graph on this worksheet. After, there are 5 questions to answer.
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In week 4 of Math Buzz, students will practice comparing numbers, place value, rounding, perimeter, capacity, and division.
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A music teacher gives her class a 6-question test about composers.  Show her students' scores on a line plot. Grade 3 and up.
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Bar graph of pets that belong to students in a classroom; Scale counts by 1s; Approximately first grade level.
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Line graph shows the number of stamps in a collection; Grades 2-3
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Students complete the simple pictograph about favorite ice cream flavors; Includes half symbols; Approximately 2nd-3rd grade level
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Answer the questions using information from the graph; Approximate grade level 2-3
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Read the bar graph to determine how many runs were scored in a baseball game; Approximate grade level 2-3.
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Air temperature line graph over a 1-month period; scales count by 3s and 7s; Grades 4 and up
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Bean plant growth bar graph; Scale counts by quarter inches; Approximate grades 4-6
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Use the information to complete the pictograph, then answer the questions that follow; No half symbols; Approximately 2nd grade level
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Graph charts January weather in New York; Approximate grade 3
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Line graph shows the number of rolls sold at Pan's bakery; Students must convert to and from dozens; Grades 4 and up
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Scale on this bar graph counts by 40s; Questions are a little tougher; Approximate grades 4-6
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The line plot shows the number of points each student earned in a social studies review game.  Answer the questions that follow. Grade 3 and up.
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Graph of kids' favorite drinks; Horizontal bars with basic questions; Scale counts by 2s; Approximate grade level 2
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Bar graph of eggs laid by hens; Scale counts by 1s; Approximately first grade level.
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Line graph shows the number of hot dogs sold; Grade 3
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This line plot data shows how many bracelets Susan sold.  Use the data on the line plot to answer the questions. Grade 3 and up.
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Graph of a child's height as they grow from birth to age 8; Scales count by 10sand 2s; Grades 2-3
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Plot the mean, median, mode, and range of the data shown on the line plot.  Grades 4 and up.
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Students must graph the data, label the x and y axis, write a title, and create a scale; Approximate grade 2-3
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Create a bar graph to show how many raffle tickets were sold during the week. Approximate grade level: 3.
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A line graph of air temperature as it changes over a 1-day period. This worksheet uses the Fahrenheit scale.
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Read the bar graph and determine the number of newspaper subscriptions sold; Scale counts by 300s; Approximate grade level 3-4
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Read the favorite breakfast foods graph and answer the questions that follow; Scale counts by 3s
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The line plot shows the scores students received on a science test.  Use the data on the graph to answer the questions. Grade 3 and up.
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Kids can make their own bar graphs with this blank axis and grid.
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Jeremy's grandfather gave him a dozen wheat pennies.  Make a line plot to show the dates on the pennies. Grade 3 and up.
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Use the information in the table to complete the bar graph and answer the questions that follow; Approximate grade level 2-3
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Bar graph of Flowers in a garden; Scale counts by 1s; Approximately first grade level.
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Students make a line graph showing the number birds sold at Steve's Pet World; Grades 2-3
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Complete the popcorn sale pictograph and answer the questions; No half symbols; Approximately 2nd-3rd grade level
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