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3rd Grade Graphs, Charts, and Tables Worksheets

Students will practice reading and working with bar graphs, tables, and other types of charts.
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  • Bar Graphs
  • Use this math worksheet to focus students on bar graphs. A strategy to use with children if they have difficulty with reading bar graphs is to show them how to read across and up from the axis labels.

  • Bar Graphs and Pictographs
  • Give students practice reading bar graphs and pictographs. To complete this math worksheet, students compare and add data in the graphs. If children need help reading bar graphs, show them how to read across and up from the axis labels.

  • Number Pairs I
  • Practice reading grids in this printable math worksheet. Look at the grid and write the number pairs that answer the questions.

  • Number Pairs II
  • Have your students practice plotting points on a graph. In this exercise students will find and plot numbers to form the capital letter H.

  • Number Pairs III
  • After reading the grid, which is marked with several letters, students write the number pairs for each letter. Make sure they understand the order of the numbers is important; the first number is from the horizontal axis, the second number is from the vertical axis.

  • Number Pairs IV
  • After reading the coordinate grid, which is marked with several letters, students write the number pairs for each letter. Make sure they understand the order of the numbers is important; the first number is from the horizontal axis, the second number is from the vertical axis.

  • Probability
  • Probability is reviewed in this printable math worksheet. Children should realize that the more of a particular item there is in a set, the more likely it is to be picked.

  • Reading Charts
  • Read a chart about a class schedule in this printable math worksheet. Students interpret the data to answer questions about when each class subject is being taught.

  • Tables and Graphs
  • Both bar graphs and tally charts are reviewed in this printable math worksheet. Students answer the questions provided by reading the bar graph and tally chart.

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