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Third Grade Math Data WorksheetsList of all concepts available under this subject are listed below. Worksheets are organized under various concepts within the subject. Click on concept to see the list of all worksheets available for that concept.
- Bar Graph: Getting to School
Kids completing this third grade math worksheet use a bar graph to compare data about transportation to school and solve addition and subtraction problems.
- Winter Sports: Practice Reading a Bar Graph
Celebrate the winter Olympics with this 2nd grade math worksheet in which children practice reading, analyzing, and computing data in a bar graph.
- Reading a Bar Graph
Build your third grader's graph fluency with an exercise in reading a bar graph.
- Pictographs: Say Cheese!
To keep track of his cheese sales, Giovanni uses a pictograph. Kids will figure out how his cheese business is doing by using data in the graph.
- Reading Pictographs: Tomato Fest!
The farmers are busy picking tomatoes! Kids practice reading a pictograph to help Mr. Farmer figure out how many tomatoes he picked in this worksheet.
- Collecting Data
Collecting data is an important part of math and statistics. Practice gathering data using items around the house or classroom!
- Graph Basics: Line Graphs
Acquaint your third grader with reading, analyzing, and building line graphs with this helpful worksheet.
- Reading Pictographs: Drink Your Milk!
Can your child help Tommy figure out how much milk he drinks? As she does, she'll learn how to read and interpret data in graphs and practice multiplication.
- Reading Pictographs: Building a New Town
In this 3rd grade math worksheet, kids practice interpreting graph data and using information in a pictograph to answer word problems.
- Comparing Pictographs: Taxi, Taxi
In this 3rd grade math worksheet, kids analyze and compare data in two pictographs in order to answer a set of word problems.
- Stem and Leaf Plot
Nature is all around you -- even in your math textbooks! Get to the bottom of stem and leaf plots with this helpful worksheet.
- Reading Pictographs: Going to the Theater
In this 3rd grade math worksheet, kids practice interpreting graph data as they use the information in a pictograph to answer a set of questions.
- Interpret the Line Plot
Third graders will get important practice analyzing line plots in this graphing and data worksheet.
- Word Problems: Interpreting Line Plots
Third graders will have a chance to practice solving word problems using line plots with this worksheet.
- Reading Pictographs: Eggplant Cooking
Mr. Chef keeps track of how many eggplants he uses with a pictograph. In this worksheet, kids use information in the pictograph to answer word problems.
- Line Graph
Introduce your math whiz to line graphs with this comprehensive lesson. Kids will read information on a line graph and plot some data as well.
- Word Problems: Interpreting Bar Graphs
- Using a Chart: Do Your Chores!
Kids completing this third grade math worksheet use a chart to compare data and solve addition problems.
- Introduction to Graphs: Bar Graphs
This introduction to graphs will give your child extra practice reading, analyzing, and building bar graphs.
- Go Runners! Practice Reading a Bar Graph
Your child will practice reading and interpreting a bar graph and using its data to answer a set of questions in this 3rd grade math worksheet.
- Make a Bar Graph: Bake Sale
Debbie and Elizabeth need help counting their cookie sales! Give your student practice making graphs and using them to calculate a sum.
- Word Problems: Interpreting Picture Graphs
Students will cultivate the skills of reading, interpreting and analyzing picture graphs with this word problem that activates higher order thinking.
- Create a Line Plot with Data Provided
Use the data provided to have your students create a line plot that reflects how much TV watched per week for one third grade class.
- Getting Graphs: Gone Fishing!
Hunting for a worksheet to help your kid with graphs? This printable helps your child to understand bar graphs.