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Ch 2: 3rd Grade Math: Creating & Interpreting Graphs

About This Chapter

Prepare your 3rd graders for creating and interpreting graphs with this chapter. Make homework assignments easier for young students to understand by directing students to the lessons in this chapter, as each lesson provides full explanations of terms, and the lessons offer step-by-step instruction.

3rd Grade Math: Creating & Interpreting Graphs - Chapter Summary

The lessons available in this chapter can be used to instruct 3rd-grade students about how to create and interpret different types of graphs. The chapter has been divided into smaller lessons, and each lesson focuses on a particular type of graph. This way parents, teachers, and students can use the chapter menu to quickly spot the lessons that go over each specific type of graph. Not only do the lessons provide definitions of each graph type, but they also encourage students to practice gathering real-life data to us in graph building. This type of practice is exactly what your students need to get a stronger grasp on this mathematics topic.

Chapter Topics

  • Interpreting and reading bar graphs
  • Gathering data to turn into bar graphs
  • Learning to read pictographs
  • Collecting information for making pictographs
  • Finding out how to understand tally charts
  • Putting collected data into tally chart form

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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