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!

Counting and Coloring Graph

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

Coloring Graph

Birthday Bash | Alien Invasion

Pond Scenery

Tally Marks and Bar Graph

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

Reading Tally and Drawing Bar Graph

School Supplies | Poultry Farm

Charity Clothes

Counting and Creating Graph

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.

Counting Objects and Drawing Graph

Accessories | Candies | Flowers

Reading Bar Graph: Easy Level

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

Reading Bar Graph - Easy Level

Toy Shop | Seasons | Sea Creatures

Reading Bar Graph: Moderate Level

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

Reading Bar Graph - Moderate Level

Subjects | Flag Collection | Bird Sanctuary

Reading Bar Graph: Difficult Level

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 3rd grade and 4th grade kids.

Reading Bar Graph - Difficult Level

Pizza Toppings | Car Sales | Animal Safari

Double Bar Graph

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.

Double Bar Graph

Kitchen appliances | Game Scores

Gone Fishing

Drawing Bar Graph: Easy Level

Kids in 1st grade and 2nd grade are expected to draw a bar graph to represent the data and use the information to answer the questions.

Drawing Bar Graph: Easy Level

Garden Creatures | Soups | Fruit Stand

Drawing Bar Graph: Moderate Level

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

Drawing Bar Graph: Moderate Level

Book Reading | Ice Cream Flavors


Drawing Bar Graph: Difficult Level

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

Drawing Bar Graph: Difficult Level

Musical Instruments | Sports | Summer Camp

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.

Your Own Survey

Favorite Color | Favorite Pet | Favorite Hobby

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.

Writing Title, Labeling Axis, Scale and Graph

Little Pets | School Transportation

Favorite Animals

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