Graph Problems

Children begin solving graph problems as early as preschool. Parents and teachers can help their kids master graph problems with Math Blaster's collection of fun activities, games and worksheets.

Fruit Count – Free Kindergarten Graph Worksheet - Math Blaster

Fruit Count

In ‘Fruit Count’, kindergarteners fill in the graph by coloring one box for each fruit. This simple and fun graph worksheet is a great way for introducing graphs to kindergarteners. See more

Fruit Count – Free 1st Grade Graph Worksheet - Math Blaster

Oh Brother!

‘Oh Brother!’ is a free graph worksheet for first graders, great for practicing how to interpret graphs. Use the graph to find out how many siblings the first graders of Oakwood Elementary have. See more

Master Blaster – Free 3rd Grade Graph Worksheet - Math Blaster

Master Blaster

Use the graph provided to see who earned the title of ‘Master Blaster’ in the fun math game ‘B-Force Blaster’. Then answer the questions that follow. This printable graph worksheet is great for third graders. See more

Mark's Exercise – Free 4th Grade Graph Worksheet - Math Blaster

Mark's Exercise

Get your fourth graders to find out how many rounds Mark walked on each day of the week, and to fill in the graph provided. ‘Mark’s Exercise’ is perfect for practicing graphs and mental math with kids.See more

Ice Cream, You Scream – Free 5th Grade Graph Worksheet - Math Blaster

Ice Cream, You Scream

A pie graph is a graph that uses “pie slices” or sectors to show relative sizes of data. ‘Ice Cream, You Scream’ is a great worksheet for introducing this type of graphs to students.See more

Independent Learning through Graph Problems

Young learners solving graph problems are required to make use of various skills that they have been acquiring in their previous classes. In order to make sense of the graph, they must be able to read fluently and understand the relationship between the various elements of the graph. While interpreting graphs, students are using their skills to acquire information independently – a big step in learning.

Working on graph problems also introduces students to the idea of using pictures to represent information. Students become aware of the different types of pictorial representations of data through bar graph problems, line graph problems and pie graph problems. Graph problems teach students to draw and interpret graphs on their own, a skill that they will continue to find useful throughout their lives.

Coordinate Graphing Problems

Coordinate graphing problems introduce new concepts to students who are already familiar with bar graphs, circle graphs and line graphs. Here, students learn to plot points on coordinate grids and then obtain a graph from these points. Coordinate graphing problems introduce the basics of advanced concepts in algebra and geometry to kids even while they are in elementary school.


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