It has been a mighty long time since I published a math worksheet that focused on reading a graph. Years, in fact!
I have a first grader that is just learning about bar graphs, so this spring-themed bar graph practice will be just perfect for her.
No, it’s not yet spring here in North Carolina, but we sure are ready for it!
Spring Picture Bar Graph Worksheets
To use this worksheet set, print all pages in the download on different pieces of paper.
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 object 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!
** If you’re using this in a classroom setting, slide the Spring Picture page in a plastic page protector or laminate it and use it in a math station! Print that particular page on card stock for longer durability.
Note that this packet is for personal or classroom use.
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