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Graphs & Charts – Teacher Resources

Use these printables and lesson plans to teach students how to read and create various types of graphs and charts. Included are holiday-themed activities, blank graphic organizers, graph paper, game boards, cross-curricular lessons that integrate graphs and charts into reading, social studies, and science classes, and many more activities to keep your students interested and engaged in math class.

Printables for Grades K-2

Blank 100 Grid
Centimeter Graph Paper
Mrs. Claus Helps Santa Get Ready
Weather Graph
Square-Inch Grid
Chart, Three-Column
Line Graph Blank
More Popular Graphs & Charts Printables, K-2

Printables for Grades 3-5

The Measurement Elf
Table of Measures
0.5-cm Square Grid (BLM 9)
Math Warm-Up 257 for Gr. 3 & 4: Algebra, Patterns & Functions
Bar Graph and Word Problems
Rectangular Prism Model
1-cm Square Grid (BLM 8)
More Popular Graphs & Charts Printables, 3-5

Printables for Grades 6-8

How Does Alcohol Affect the Body?
A Growing Snowflake
Charts and Graphs: Decision Making (Gr. 6)
The Middle Ages: Medieval Towns Activity Packet
Word Problems Using Graphs
Chart, Two-Column
Secret Message
More Popular Graphs & Charts Printables, 6-8

Graphic Organizers

Homework Checklist
Blank Bar Graph, Version 1
KWL Chart (Version 3)
Tally Chart
Blank Pictographs
Place-Value Charts: Tens and Ones
Triple Venn Diagram
More Popular Graphs & Charts Graphic Organizers

Lesson Plans

Explaining How to Make a Bar Graph
Winter Word Problems
Graphing Pitch
M&M Math
Country of Origin Comparison
Star Magnitude Graphing
Bringing the Solar System Down to Earth
More Graphs & Charts Lesson Plans

Holiday Graphs & Charts Activities

Plant Graph
Popular Math Activities for Earth Science
Your Favorite Foods at Thanksgiving
A Pet for Thanksgiving
Famous African-Americans: Using a Grid
Graphing Turkey Consumption
Becca Bunny's Color Graph
A Tisket, A Tasket
Canadian Navy
Easter Bulletin Board Idea: Graphs

Art & Music Activities

My Daily Timeline
What is a Tuatara?

Reading & Language Arts Activities

Graphic Organizers
Four Column Chart
Decision Making Chart
Author Survey
Library Survey
Frozen Yogurt Pie Graph
What Are Tissues?
What Is Air?
KWL Charts
Double Venn Diagram, Version 2

Science Resources

Popular Graphing Resources for Science Class
Creating Circle Graphs
Making a Bar Graph
Creating Line Graphs
Tracking a Toy
Baseball Fun
Shower Savings
More Popular Graphing Resources for Science Class

Social Studies Resources

Family Tree: Student Planning Page
Popular Graphing Activities for Social Studies Class
How Large Is Your Family?
Your Family
Bar Graph
Career Survey
Create Your Own Form
More Popular Graphing Resources for Social Studies Class

More Mathematics Resources

Math Teacher Resources
Money – Resources for Teachers
Measurement & Time Teacher Resources
Geometry Teacher Resources
Addition & Subtraction Teacher Resources
Decimals, Fractions, & Percentages – Teacher Resources
Estimation, Probability, & Statistics Resources for Teachers
Algebra Teacher Resources
Multiplication & Division Resources for Teachers

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