Graphs and Charts
A two-part worksheet incorporating bar graphs and pie charts, young mathematicians can practice their graphing skills. Pupils answer questions using graphs and charts but are also challenged to create their own using a given set of data.
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- Use in combination with a science lesson on animals
- Offers practice with bar graphs and pie charts
- Word problems included
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