Bar graphs are always a hit at our house!
Whether we’re graphing the types of writing utensils in the junk drawer (markers, pens, pencils) or graphing types of bear counters (a favorite!), making a bar graph just doesn’t seem to get old.
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→ This post was originally written in November 2014. I’ve updated the graphics and the worksheets for the 2016 Thanksgiving Season. Enjoy!
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Bar Graph Worksheet: Thanksgiving!
To use this worksheet, print all 3 pages in the file. Your child will need the papers side-by-side to easily count and record the data.
Now, your child should count the number of each Thanksgiving dish shown on the picture page. Use a pencil, crayons, or markers to graph the correct number of the given object.
After your child has completed the graph, make sure she completes the last page where she analyzes her data!
→ Note that this download packet is available for personal or classroom use. Enjoy!
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