In grade 1, students start to learn about data and graphing. To help your students practice this important math topic, we’ve created a series of worksheets for sorting, counting and tallying items, as well as reading and drawing bar graphs.
Let us take you through the worksheets.
Worksheets to sort data
In these simple worksheets, students sort items into categories.
Sorting and counting practice
These worksheets take sorting to the next level. Students count the items for each category.
Counting and entering tally marks is an important skill for students to learn. In these worksheets, students draw tallies, as well as count tallies and enter their numbers.
Worksheets to practice tallying
These worksheets incorporate sorting, tallying and writing numbers.
Students learn to represent data using pictographs in these worksheets.
How to create bar charts
The next step is to learn to create bar charts. These worksheets start students on that journey.
Reading bar charts worksheets
Now that students have learned how to create a bar chart, they learn to read bar charts.
Creating and analyzing bar graphs
In these worksheets, students combine what they have just learned. They create bar charts from tabular data and then answer questions by reading the bar graphs.
Practice how to collect data
In these worksheets, students collect data based on real-world scenarios and complete the bar chart.
Blank bar charts for classroom use
If you’re looking for blank bar charts for further use, look no further. Here are two versions: a portrait and a landscape version for your use.