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## What is the difference between a bar graph and a bar chart?

A bar graph and a bar chart refer to the same thing.

Sometimes a bar graph or bar chart can also be refered to as a bar diagram.

## What is the difference between a bar graph and a picture graph?

Features of a bar graph

- The bars are the same thickness.
- The bars usually go vertically, but they can also lie horizontally in a horizontal bar graph.
- The height of the bar (or width in a horizonal bar graph) show the data.
- The bars have the same starting point on the x-axis.
- There is usually a numerical scale on the y-axis showing the amount represented by the bars.
- The data is represented by pictorial symbols instead of bars.
- Each symbol usually represents one of the object is represents, though it can represent more (or less) than one object.
- A key is usually used to show what each symbol represents.
- There is no numerical scale on the y-axis

## Understanding Bar Graphs

When teaching children about bar graphs, there is usually a focus on getting children to draw and label a graph accurately which is worthwhile.

What is often neglected though, is the interpretation of bar graphs, and an analysis of what the data is showing.

This skills is equally as important as the skill of drawing the graph in the first place.

The sheets on this page involve interpreting bar graphs and answering questions about the data. There are also some activities which involve drawing missing bars, or saying whether a statement about the data is true or false.

It is really important that children look carefully at the scale on a bar graph so they can read and interpret it correctly.

There are also a few picture graphs (or pictograms) with each picture representing one or more units.

It is really important with pictographs to look at the key, so that they know how much each picture represents.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

- read and interpret bar graphs going up in different size steps;
- draw bars accurately from 2nd grade and upwards;
- answer questions involving data.

The worksheets have been split up by grade in the section below.

## 1st Grade Bar Graph Worksheets

At a first grade level, the bar graphs are shown very simply, with the scale going up in ones.

The pictograms are also simple with each symbol representing one unit.

The questions are straightforward and simply involve saying how much each bar is worth, or what the most or least is.

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## 2nd Grade Bar Graph Worksheets

At a second grade level, the bar graphs are starting to become a little more complicated.

The scale might be going up in ones or twos.

The pictograms are still quite simple with each symbol representing one unit.

The questions are more varied now, asking how many more, or how many less. The interpretation of the graph is becoming a little more difficult.

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## 3rd Grade Bar Graph Sheets

At a 3rd grade level, the bar graphs are now showing a range of different scales such as 2s, 5s, 10s, 100s.

The pictograms are becoming more complex with each symbol representing more than one unit.

The questions are more varied, asking how many more, or how many less, the total of several bars combined. The interpretation of the graph is becoming more difficult.

On this page there are a selection of bar and picture graphs, including bar graphs with real-life data such as tree heights.

- Bar Graph Worksheets 3rd grade

4th Grade Bar Graph Sheets

At a 4th grade level, the bar graphs are becoming more complex and involve decimals and larger numbers.

The scales used at 4th grade are varied, and may include decimal scales.

The questions are probably at the same sort of level as 3rd grade, but the complexity of the data makes them harder.

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## Bar Graph Worksheets

Bar graph worksheets contain counting objects, graphing by coloring, comparing tally marks, creating graph, reading bar graph, double bar graph, drawing bar graph to represent the data, making your own survey and more. Each worksheet contains a unique theme to clearly understand the usage and necessity of a bar graph in real-life. These worksheets are highly recommended for students of grade 1 through grade 6. Access some of these handouts for free!

## 1st Grade Bar Graph Worksheets

Making Bar Graphs

Color the squares according to the number of items, and create bar graphs to represent the data in these printable hands-on worksheets.

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Counting and Creating Bar Graphs

Count the pictures in each kind, color the squares with respect to the count, and make bar graphs.

Reading Bar Graphs | Three Categories

Observe the shaded squares on the bar graphs, and list down the number of objects on the table beside.

Drawing and Interpreting Bar Graphs | Three Categories

Task kids of grade 1 to draw bar graphs using the information from the table, and interpret it to answer a few questions.

Take Your Own survey

Take a survey among your friends and family members. Record the results in this chart pdf and draw a bar graph to represent your data.

## 2nd Grade Bar Graph Worksheets

Counting and Coloring Bar Graphs

Color the graph to show the count of each picture. Answer the questions based on the bar graph.

Counting and Drawing Bar Graphs

You have a collection of objects in each printable worksheet. Count the number of objects in each kind and draw a bar graph to represent the counting.

Reading Bar Graphs | Four Categories

Each worksheet has 5 questions based on reading bar graph. Scale increments by 1s. These worksheets are suitable for grade 2 kids.

Drawing and Interpreting Bar Graphs | Four Categories

Kids in 2nd grade are expected to draw a bar graph to represent the data and use the information to answer the questions.

## 3rd Grade Bar Graph Worksheets

Tally Marks and Bar Graphs

Counting of each object is represented by tally marks. Draw and color the bar graph to show the count.

Reading Bar Graphs | Several Categories

Read the bar graph and answer the questions. Scale increments by 2s and 5s. There are 5 bars in each pdf worksheet.

Drawing and Interpreting Bar Graphs | Several Categories

Bar graph worksheets for grade 3 contain scale increments by 4s and 8s. There are four questions in each printable worksheet.

Title, Labeling Axis, Scaling and Graphing

Using the given information, write a title of the bar graph, label x and y axis, make appropriate scale, and draw a graph to represent the data.

## Bar Graphs | 4th Grade & Up

Reading Bar Graphs

Reading bar graph goes little hard this time. The increments are two-digit and three-digit numbers. Each worksheet has six bars and five word problems based on bars catering to children of grade 4.

Drawing and Interpreting Bar Graphs

At this level, scale increments are huge and the quantities are in 2-digits, hundreds and thousands.

Double Bar Graphs

There are five sets of double bar graphs in each pdf worksheet. Practice of these handouts will substantially improve the decision-making skills of 5th grade and 6th grade students. They need to analyze and compare the data and answer the questions.

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## Bar Graph Questions with Solutions

1. Consumers were polled about their favourite ice cream flavours in a survey. Draw a bar graph for the following data:

From the given data, we can observe the following:

Generally, we can draw the bar graph using the frequencies of different flavours. They are:

The frequency of vanilla flavour – 16

The frequency of strawberry flavour – 5

The frequency of chocolate flavour – 12

The frequency of mint chocolate – 3

The frequency of other ice cream flavours – 6.

Now, draw the bar graph representing the different ice cream flavours on X-axis and frequencies on Y-axis.

Hence, the bar graph for the given data is drawn as follows:

2. The table below shows the favourite colour of 200 kids in a class.

(1) Using the information provided, create a bar graph.

(2) Which colour is the most preferred and which colour is the least preferred?

(3) How many kids chose red as their favourite colour?

(1) First, we select an appropriate scale and begin at zero.

Because the data’s highest value is 50, we know that all of the bars will fall between 0 and 50, and we’ll choose a scale that keeps the length between 0 and 50.

For every 10 students, we take 1 unit. The graph is then drawn and labelled as seen in the figure.

(2) Because the bar representing blue colour is the tallest, blue is the most preferred colour.

Similarly, the bar representing green colour is the shortest; hence, green is the least preferred colour.

(3) From the given information, red was preferred by 45 students.

3. Examine the graph below carefully and answer the following questions. The graph depicts the results of a school’s students.

(a) Which year has the smallest difference between the number of kids who passed and those who failed?

(b) In the last five years, what was the average number of kids who failed in school?

(c) How many times have the same number of kids failed?

(a) The number of pupils who passed versus those who failed for the respective years are given below:

1991-1992 = 150-100 = 50

1992-1993 = 200-100 = 100

1993-1994 = 300-50 = 250

1994-1995 = 250-100 = 150

As a result, the difference in 1991-1992 is minimal.

(b) From the bar graph, we can observe that.

The total number of students failed = 100 + 100 + 50 + 100 + 100 = 450

Hence, average = 450/5 = 90

(c) According to visual observation, the number of failed students in 1991-1992, 1992-1993, 1994-1995, and 1995-1996 is the same. As a result, the answer is four.

4. Observe the graph below and answer the following question:

What would be the ratio of the minimum actual production to maximum targeted production?

It can be seen from the graph that the minimum actual production is 7 and the maximum targeted production is 10.

Therefore, the ratio between the minimum actual production to the maximum targeted production is 7:10.

Hence, the required ratio is 7:10

5. Examine the graph below carefully before answering the questions. The bar graph depicts yearly inflation in four countries (A, B, C, D) for the years 2015 and 2016.

Which country had lower inflation in 2016 than the previous year?

From the given bar graph, it can be observed that:

Inflation in country C was lower in 2016 than it was in 2015.

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6. The table below displays the number of bicycles produced at a factory from 1998 to 2002.

(a) Create a bar graph to represent this information. Select your preferred scale.

(b) Which year had the greatest number of bicycles produced?

(c) Which year had the least number of bicycles produced?

(a) The bar graph for the given information is as follows:

(b) The year 2002 is depicted by the bar with the highest height. As a result, the highest number of bikes, i.e., 1200, was sold in 2002.

(c) The year 1999 is illustrated by the bar with the shortest height. As a result, in 1999, a minimum of 600 cycles were sold.

7. The following table shows a student’s grades in various subjects.

From the provided data, create a bar graph on graph paper.

When making the bar graph, the following steps are followed:

Step 1: Make a horizontal line OX and a vertical line OY on graph paper to represent the x and y-axes, respectively.

Step 2: Along OX, at regular intervals, write the names of the subjects.

Step 3: Decide on a scale: 1 mark = 1 small division

Step 4: Next, the various bars’ heights are:

- 73 in English
- 62 in Hindi
- 81 in Mathematics
- 54 in Science
- 68 in Social science

Step 5: At the positions highlighted in step 2, draw bars of equal width and height on the x-axis using the measurements obtained in step 4.

The resulting bar graph is as follows:

8. The bar graph below depicts the number of students in various classes at a school.

Answer the below questions using the bar graph provided.

(i) The total number of students in each class.

(ii) The overall number of students from grades 6 to 8.

(iii) The overall number of students from grades 1 to 8.

(iv) The number of students in a class on average.

In Class 1, there are 100 students.

In Class 2, there are 90 students.

In Class 3, there are 100 students.

In Class 4, there are 80 students.

In Class 5, there are 120 students.

In Class 6, there are 90 students.

In Class 7, there are 70 students.

In Class 8, there are 50 students.

(ii) The overall number of students from grades 6 to 8:

= Students in class 6 + Students in class 7 + Students in class 8

= 90 + 70 + 50

The total number of students from class 6 to class 8 = 210

(iii) The overall number of students from class 1 to 8

= 100 + 90+ 100+ 80 + 120 +90 + 70 + 50

= 700 students

(iv) The number of students in a class on average

= Total number of students / Number of classes

9. Draw a bar graph using the information in the table below.

(i) Which of the letters A, B, C, D, E, and F has the highest value?

(ii) Which of the following is greater: A + D or B + E?

The bar graph for the given data is shown below: Take the scale of 1 unit = 50 cm.

(i) Among the given letters (A, B, C, D, E, F), D has the maximum value of 350

(ii) From the given data, we can calculate the following:

A + D = 250 + 350

A + D = 600

B + E = 300 + 275

B + E = 575

Therefore, A + D is greater, when compared to B + E.

10. The following bar graph depicts the results of five students in an examination.

(a) Who scored the highest marks among the five students?

(b) Among the five students, who scored the same mark as Christina?

(a) Jennifer scored the highest marks

(b) Catherine scored the same mark as Christina.

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1. A poll of 36 students from one class was conducted to determine how they commute to school. The information gathered is summarised in the table below. Make a bar graph to represent the information.

Now answer the questions that have been presented to you.

(i) Name the graph appropriately.

(ii) Find the number of students who commute to school by walking.

(iii) What form of transportation do the majority of students use?

(iv) Determine the number of students who do not take the bus to school.

2. The table below shows the weekly sales of pencil boxes in a stationery store. Represent the given data in a bar graph using an appropriate scale.

(i) Create the bar graph’s title.

(ii) When did the most number of pencil boxes get sold?

(iii) If the merchant closes down his business for one extra day each week, which days would result in the least amount of sales loss and the most amount of sales loss?

3. In one week, the number of absentees in Class X was reported. Make a bar graph with this information.

(a) On which days were the most and least students absent?

(b) On Tuesday and Friday, how many students were absent?

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## Bar Graphs 2nd Grade

Welcome to our Bar Graphs 2nd Grade page. Here you will find our selection of free bar graph worksheets to help your child learn to read, interpret and draw bar graphs at a second grade level.

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Bar graph worksheets for 2nd graders.

At a 2nd grade level, most children will already have seen bar graphs and know what they look like.

We start increasing the level of complexity of the questions, asking children to compare the sizes of different bars, asking 'how many more...?' type questions.

We also start looking at bar graphs where the scale does not go up in ones, but in twos as well.

On this page there are a wide variety of bar and picture graphs on a variety of different topics.

The worksheets on this page focus on simple analysis of bar graphs, though some of the activities also involve drawing the correct size bars on the graphs.

There are also several picture graphs on this page, which is good place to start when looking at bar graphs.

Children can see what the pictures are and how many of each picture there are. It is less abstract than looking at bars.

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Using these bar graphs 2nd grade will help your child to:

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- read and interpret bar graphs with a scale going up in ones;
- draw correctly-sized bars;
- answer questions involving data.

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## Bar Graph Worksheets 3rd Grade

Bar graph worksheets 3rd grade are about bar graphs which help represent the data with rectangular bars with their height and lengths being proportional to the data values. These 3rd grade math worksheets are provided with the answer keys having step by step explained solutions.

## Benefits of Bar Graph Grade 3 Worksheets

The bar graph worksheets 3rd grade will benefit students in observing, analyzing, and interpreting data in a correct manner by working on a wide range of problems. Students will get to know more about bar graphs by plotting the data themselves. Bar graphs can be drawn horizontally or vertically. Bar graph grade 3 worksheets are a great way to help students learn how to observe data mathematically, giving them the confidence to deal with higher mathematical studies which at times involves a lot of data interpretation skills.

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In worksheet on bar graph we will practice different questions on representing the bar graph from the following data given in the questions.

1. The number of bed-sheets manufactured by a factory during five consecutive weeks is given below.

Draw the bar graph representing the above data.

2. The number of students in 7 different classes is given below. Represent this data on the bar graph.

3. The number of absentees in class VIII was recorded in a particular week. Represent this data on the bar graph

(a) On which day the maximum and minimum students were absent?

(b) How many students were absent on Wednesday and Friday?

(c) On which days the same number of students was absent?

4. The number of trees planted by Eco-club of a school in different years is given below.

Draw the bar graph to represent the data.

5. The population of a particular state in different years is given below.

Represent the above data using the bar graph.

6. The following table shows the favorite sports of 300 students of a school.

Represent the above data using column graph.

7. The following data represents the sale of refrigerator sets in a showroom in first 6 months of the year.

Draw the bar graph for the data given and find out the months in which the sale was minimum and maximum.

8. The following are the marks scored by Aaron out of 50 in different subjects in an exam. Represent this information on a bar graph

Represent this information on a bar graph.

9. The average monthly attendance of a class is given.

Draw the bar graph of the data given.

In which month the average attendance is minimum or maximum?

In which month the average attendance was less than 40?

Find the difference between the maximum and minimum average attendance?

10. The following data shows the birth rate per thousand of different countries during a certain year. Draw a bar graph.

11. The weekly sale of pencil boxes in a stationary shop is given in the table below. Using a suitable scale, represent the given information on a bar graph.

Pencil Boxes Sold

(i) Write the title of the bar graph.

(ii) On which day were the maximum pencil boxes sold?

(iii) If the shopkeeper decides to close his shop for one more day each week, selection of which days would lead to minimum loss of sale and maximum loss of sale?

(iv) On which day were the least number of pencil boxes sold?

(v) Which two days were equal number of pencil boxes sold?

12. Given below is the data showing the number of students of class four whose birthday falls in first five months of the year. Make a bar graph for the given data.

Number of Students

13. A survey of 36 students of a class was done to find out the mode of transport used by them while commuting to the school. The collected data is shown in the table given below. Represent the data in the form of a bar graph.

Now answer the given questions.

(i) Give a suitable title for the graph.

(ii) How many students walk to school?

(iii) Which mode of transport is used by most of the students?

(iv) How many students do not travel by school bus?

Read the questions carefully given in the worksheet on bar graph and represent the data in the column graph. The graph are shown below to check the exact the bar graph.

(i) The Weekly Sale of Pencil Boxes in a Stationary Shop

(ii) Friday

(iii) Saturday, Friday

(iv) Monday, Saturday

(v) Monday, Saturday

(i) Mode of Transport used by the Students

(iii) School Bus

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## Bar Graph - Sub Topics

Types of bar graph, properties of bar graph, parts of bar graph.

A bar graph is a chart that uses bars to represent different values or quantities. The bars can be arranged vertically or horizontally, and they can be used to compare different categories or data sets. Bar graphs are commonly used to display data in a simple, easy-to-understand format and they can be used for both discrete and continuous data.

The height or length of each bar represents the value or quantity for a particular category or data point. Bar graphs are often used to compare and contrast different sets of data and can be useful for visualizing trends or patterns in data over time.

There are several types of bar graphs, including:

## Horizontal Bar Graph

## Vertical Bar Graph

For example: The vertical bar graph below consists of vertical bars that represent the number of people who like different colours. The y-axis represents the number of peoples, while the x-axis represents the different colours. The length of each bar corresponds to the number of people who like that particular colour.

## Stacked Bar Graph

Stacked bar graphs are useful because they enable the viewer to easily compare the relative contributions of different parts to the total. They also allow for easy comparison of the total amounts across different categories.

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## 100% Stacked Bar Graph

Diverging bar graph, flow bar graph, gantt chart.

1. The bar graphs can be represented either horizontally or vertically.

2. The width of the bar should be uniform and equally spaced.

3. All the bar graphs must have a title, label, and scale.

4. The length of the bar corresponds to the value of the given data.

5. It must start with a frequency of 0.

A bar graph typically has the following parts:

X-axis: The horizontal axis that displays the categories being compared.

Y-axis: The vertical axis that displays the values or measurements for each category.

Bars: The rectangular shapes that represent the data for each category. The length of each bar corresponds to the value of the data point it represents.

Scale: The scale of a bar graph refers to the numerical values that are used to represent the data being plotted on the graph. The scale determines the range of values that will be shown on the graph and the intervals at which those values will be marked.

Labels: Both the side and the bottom of the bar graph have a label that tells what kind of data is shown. X-axis describes what each data point on the line represents and Y-axis shows the numeric value for each point on the line.

Legend: A key that explains the meaning of different colours or patterns used in the graph, if applicable.

Title: A brief description of the graph's overall topic or purpose.

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