# 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.
56 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Students analyze the data on the chart to answer questions.  Scale counts by 2,000s and does include half symbols.
On this pictograph, students count by 6s to determine how many fish were caught.  Includes half symbols.
Students are given a pictograph with data for a cupcake bakery. They use the data in the graph to answer the questions.
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.
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.
Here an alternate blank bar graph. THis version is horizontal/landscape.
How many customers visit French's each year.  To find out, students examine the pictograph.  Requires counting by thousands and includes half symbols.
Use the information provided to practice making and reading a bar graph.
Count by 4s to determine how many pumpkins each person carved and answer questions.  Many questions involve higher-level thinking.  Includes half symbols.
Practice making and reading bar graphs with this Easter-themed worksheet.
This Dr.-Seuss-themed bar graph will help students practice making and reading bar graphs.
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.
Have your students count each item on the page and use the numbers to create and interpret a bar graph.
Make your own pictograph with this blank template.
Use the images on the page to make a bar graph. Then answer the questions based on your graph.
Count the leprechauns, clovers, horseshoes, and pots of gold. Then complete the bar graph and answer the questions.
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.
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.
In week 4 of Math Buzz, students will practice comparing numbers, place value, rounding, perimeter, capacity, and division.
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.
Students can use this worksheet to practice their bar-graph skills. The images are based on activities people do while celebrating Juneteenth.
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.
This Halloween-themed worksheet is a great way to practice making and reading bar graphs.
Count the different objects on the page and use the numbers to create a bar graph. Then use the graph to answer the questions.
Air temperature line graph over a 1-month period; scales count by 3s and 7s; Grades 4 and up
Bar graph of pets that belong to students in a classroom; Scale counts by 1s; Approximately first grade level.
Bean plant growth bar graph; Scale counts by quarter inches; Approximate grades 4-6
A music teacher gives her class a 6-question test about composers.  Show her students' scores on a line plot. Grade 3 and up.
Read the bar graph to determine how many runs were scored in a baseball game; Approximate grade level 2-3.
Line graph shows the number of stamps in a collection; Grades 2-3
Students complete the simple pictograph about favorite ice cream flavors; Includes half symbols; Approximately 2nd-3rd grade level
Answer the questions using information from the graph; Approximate grade level 2-3
Students must graph the data, label the x and y axis, write a title, and create a scale; Approximate grade 2-3
A line graph of air temperature as it changes over a 1-day period. This worksheet uses the Fahrenheit scale.
Read the bar graph and determine the number of newspaper subscriptions sold; Scale counts by 300s; Approximate grade level 3-4
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.
Create a bar graph to show how many raffle tickets were sold during the week. Approximate grade level: 3.
Graph of a child's height as they grow from birth to age 8; Scales count by 10sand 2s; Grades 2-3
Plot the mean, median, mode, and range of the data shown on the line plot.  Grades 4 and up.
Jeremy's grandfather gave him a dozen wheat pennies.  Make a line plot to show the dates on the pennies. Grade 3 and up.
Use the information in the table to complete the bar graph and answer the questions that follow; Approximate grade level 2-3
Students make a line graph showing the number birds sold at Steve's Pet World; Grades 2-3
Read the favorite breakfast foods graph and answer the questions that follow; Scale counts by 3s
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.
Complete the popcorn sale pictograph and answer the questions; No half symbols; Approximately 2nd-3rd grade level
Bar graph of Flowers in a garden; Scale counts by 1s; Approximately first grade level.
Kids can make their own bar graphs with this blank axis and grid.
Scale on this bar graph counts by 40s; Questions are a little tougher; Approximate grades 4-6
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.
Graph of kids' favorite drinks; Horizontal bars with basic questions; Scale counts by 2s; Approximate grade level 2
Line graph shows the number of hot dogs sold; Grade 3
Graph charts January weather in New York; Approximate grade 3
Line graph shows the number of rolls sold at Pan's bakery; Students must convert to and from dozens; Grades 4 and up
Use the information to complete the pictograph, then answer the questions that follow; No half symbols; Approximately 2nd grade level
Bar graph of eggs laid by hens; Scale counts by 1s; Approximately first grade level.
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