Help your kids master their graph lessons with Math Blaster's free and printable **graph worksheets** for kids of all ages!

Here’s a fun hands-on activity cum worksheet that introduces kids to the concept of graphing. See more

Here’s a fun worksheet that uses candy to teach math-phobic youngsters about graphing. See more

Here’s a simple but fun worksheet to help young children grasp the concept of graphing. See more

It is important to use different kinds of graphs to add variety to your lesson. Use this free graph worksheet to help your child learn better. See more

Graphing is a great tool to teach kids basic math concepts and vocabulary. Use this printable graphing worksheet by MathBlaster. See more

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

‘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

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

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

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

**Graph worksheets** are available in plenty online for parents and teachers who are trying to help their kids master this very important skill.

Help your kids master their graph lessons with Math Blaster's free and printable **graph worksheets** for kids of all ages!

**Graphing worksheets** help students master the very important skill of interpreting and charting different kinds of graphs. Graphs are a simple and universally accepted medium for representing data of all kinds. Irrespective of a person’s particular area of interest, at some point during his/her life, the ability to interpret or chart a graph will become important.

In spite of the simplicity of graphs, young learners may take a little while to understand what to look for in graphs and how to make sense of the drawings. The more dimensions there are to the data being represented, the more complex the graphs become. Learning how to read graphs gets easier with practice. Interpreting graphs worksheets are a great way to give kids extra practice reading graphs and help them make sense of the process. You can find line graph worksheets, bar graph worksheets, pie graph worksheets, circle graph worksheets and double bar graph worksheets online, so you can help kids get better at reading any type of graph.

**Coordinate graphing worksheets** help students practice drawing graphs on coordinate grids. Through coordinate graphing worksheets, kids can familiarize themselves with coordinate grids and practice naming and plotting points on coordinate grids. Being adept at this will prove useful when dealing with coordinate grids in geometry and algebra in higher classes.

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