Welcome to the Math Salamanders Bar Graphs 3rd Grade.
Here you will find our range of bar graph worksheets for 3rd graders which will help your child to read and answer questions about different bar graphs.
As well as bar graphs, there are also some picture graphs on this page, where one picture represents more than one unit.
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At Third Grade, children enjoy exploring Math with fun Math activities and games.
Children will enjoy completing these Math games and Free 3rd Grade Math worksheets
whilst learning at the same time.
During Third Grade, the Math work extends to place value up to 10,000. By the end of 3rd grade, most children should be able to add and subtract numbers to 100 mentally, know their multiplication tables up to 10 x 10, and make simple estimates. They are able to multiply and divide at a basic level, and can solve multiplication and division problems.
They have also developed an understanding of negative numbers, and can find fractions of shapes and locate different fractions on a number line.
These free printable Third Grade Math Games, and other free Grade 3 Math Worksheets will help your child to achieve their Elementary Math benchmark set out by Achieve, Inc.
In the UK, 3rd Grade is equivalent to Year 4.
Third graders will be familiar with bar graphs already, and should be ready for the next stages of difficulty.
At third grade, the scale becomes more varied and goes up in 5s, 10s, 20s, 50s, etc.
We also become more interested in estimating the height of bars, when they are in between two values.
On this page there are a wide variety of bar and picture graphs on a variety of different topics.
There are also some bar graphs that show real-life data such as the fastest flying insects, or the tallest trees.
Some of the bar graph sheets involve drawing missing bars, or completing missing data using the bars.
There are also several picture graphs on this page, which is another good way to represent data.
At third grade, each picture represents several units, e.g. a picture of an apple may represent 10 apples in the picture graph.
It is important to study the graph carefully to make sure that key information is not missed.
Using these bar graphs 3rd grade will help your child to:
The worksheets have been split up into 2 different sections below.
The first section contains picture graph worksheets, and the second section contains bar graph worksheets.
The bar graph worksheets in this section are at a 2nd grade level and are simpler than those on this page.
The level of interpretation is a little easier and the bar graphs may involve scales going up in 1s or 2s.
There are a selection of bar graph and also picture graph worksheets on this page.
Using the link below will open up the 2nd Grade Math Salamanders website in a new browser window.
The bar graph worksheets in this section are at a 4th grade level and are more complex than those on this page.
The numbers are more complex, and involve decimals and numbers into the millions.
The data has all been chosen from a range of real-life situations.
We also have a selection of line graph worksheets designed for 3rd graders.
At a 3rd grade level, line graphs are introduced at a basic level.
Using these sheets will help your child learn to read, interpret and plot line graphs.
Here are a range of problems solving sheets for 3rd graders. Most of the sheets contain 'real-life' problems which involve real data.
Using the sheets will help your child to:
All the 3rd grade sheets in this section support Elementary math benchmarks.
Here is our selection of measurement worksheets for 3rd graders.
These sheets involve reading scales going up in halves, ones, fives, tens, fifties and hundreds to find the length, weight or liquid capacity.
Using these sheets will help children to consolidate their counting and place value as well as learning to read and estimate using a simple scale.
The Math Salamanders hope you enjoy using these free printable Math worksheets and all our other Math games and resources.
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