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Fourth graders read and interpret bar graphs and double-bar graphs. They create a graph of favorite colors, a double-bar graph of favorite pizza toppings from a class survey, and analyze the results.
Students explore the functions of bar graphs and double bar graphs. In this graphing data instructional activity, students use the provided data to create bar graphs and double bar graphs. Students analyze and assess the graphs.
Fourth graders compare two sets of data by using a double bar graph. In this data analysis lesson, 4th graders study a double bar graph and complete questions based upon the data. Students construct a table to show the data from the double bar graph.
4th - 5th
Young scholars practice representing data in bar graphs. In this bar graph lesson, students follow the teacher's instructions to make double bar graphs for a specific set of data.
5th - 6th
In this graphing worksheet, students analyze the information in a table pertaining to the number of items sold at a painting studio. Students make a double bar graph and then answer 6 questions about it.
6th - 8th
In this double-bar graphs worksheet, students solve 3 short answer and graphing problems. Students graph two data sets on one bar graph. Students compare and contrast the two data sets by looking at the bar graph.
4th - 5th
In this graphs learning exercise, students analyze the data on two double bar graphs. Students answer 4 questions about the information on the graphs.
In this double bar graph reteaching worksheet, 5th graders review the parts of the graph, and the reasons for using a double bar graph. They use the information to complete a double bar graph at the bottom of the page.
In this double bar graph worksheet, 5th graders read about how to use this type of graph in a set of directions at the top of the page. They use the data table at the top of the page to complete 5 questions about a graph at the bottom of the page.
3rd - 5th
Your learners have seen basic bar graphs, but do they have experience reading double bar graphs? This instructional activity details how to draw a double bar graph and provides an example with six accompanying questions. The final question asks learners to show their work.
In this bar graphs activity, 4th graders problem solve 2 short answer questions that involve creating a double bar graph involving the points scored in 3 games.
4th - 5th
In this bar graph worksheet, students use a given double bar graph about sports to solve 5 problems. Houghton Mifflin text referenced.
4th - 5th
In this double bar graph worksheet, students make a double bar graph from given information, then solve related problems in addition to 2 test prep problems. Houghton Mifflin text referenced.
4th - 6th
In this double bar graph activity, students read a definition of "survey" and look at survey results displayed in a table and a double bar graph. Students then answer 3 related questions. Houghton Mifflin text referenced.
5th - 7th
In this double-bar graph worksheet, students create two double bar graphs from provided information. The first set of data compares the heights of two twins over time. Students explain the process they used to create their graph. The second data set is the results of a coin toss.
Students discover the uses of bar graphs and double bar graphs. In this graphing lesson, students analyze information about themselves and graph the results with the rest of the class.
Students explore how to use a double bar graph by polling other students about their feelings and experiences with pets. They also have the opportunity to think about how pets affect their lives. Students poll their classmates to find out what types of pets they have, how they feel about them and what type of pet they would be if they could be an animal. They graph their findings, using a double bar graph.
3rd - 5th
Pupils investigate the accurate use of a variety of graphs to depict information in the proper way. They determine which graphs are used solve problems.
In this graphing activity, 6th graders read five steps to make a double bar graph. They answer six questions using a table and circle graph.
3rd - 4th
Students collect data and create Venn diagrams and double bar graphs. They listen to a version of The Three Little Pigs and decide the method for building a house. As they discuss what each house would be made of they move to yarn circles to represent a Venn diagram and create a bar graph.