The grade 3 data and graphing worksheets build on the skills learned in grades 1 and 2. Students now work on more complex data sets and are introduced to scaled graphs. Let us show you the new worksheets in this section.
Graphing tally counts
Working from tally counts, students are asked to create bar graphs and line graphs in these worksheets.
Spin, tally, graph and analyze worksheets
Students spin a pencil to create data, they tally each spin, then create bar graphs and analyze the data.
Scaled pictographs worksheets
Students work with pictographs to analyze the data in these worksheets.
Scaled bar graphs
In these worksheets, students are given data and asked to draw bar graphs.
Students analyze scaled bar graphs
They then analyze bar graphs without access to the original data.
Worksheets on interpreting line plots
Similarly, students read and interpret line plots without the original data, in these worksheets.
Students make line plots
Now students are asked to create line plots from data sets.
Circle graphs practice
The circle graph is a new concept for students, introduced in grade 3.
Students collect data
Students collect their own data and then draw bar graphs. We’ve provided a couple of example worksheets to get their creative juices flowing. It’s best to let students collect data on topics that interest them.
Double and triple Venn diagrams
Students practice mapping data sets into double and triple Venn diagrams in these worksheets.
Line graphs work
These worksheets have students practicing line graphs.
Labelling graphs worksheets
In these worksheets, students create graphs, including a title, a scale and labelling the axes for others to understand the data being analyzed.