- Line Graph
Line Graph Worksheets
Line graph worksheets have ample practice skills to analyze, interpret and compare the data from the graphs. Exercises to draw line graphs and double line graphs with a suitable scale; labeling the axes; giving a title for the graph and more are included in these printable worksheets for students of grade 2 through grade 6. Try some of these worksheets for free!
Line graph worksheet pdfs have three interesting scenarios with graphs for 2nd grade and 3rd grade kids. Read the line graph and answer the word problems in each worksheet.
Interpreting Line Graph: Moderate
Line graphs on different themes are shown in these printable worksheets. Interpret the data from the line graph and answer the questions.
Interpreting Line Graph: Difficult
Line graphs in these 4th grade and 5th grade worksheets represent more than ten data. Read and interpret the graph carefully to answer the questions.
In these pdf worksheets, data for which the graph to be represented are given. Read the data, plot points and draw lines to complete the graph.
The number usage (given data) gradually increases in this level. Plot points on the graph to represent the data and join them to make a line graph.
Numerous data are used in these worksheets. Attentively read the data and represent it on the grid to draw the line graph.
Title, Scale, Labeling Axis, and Graphing
Draw a line graph for the represented data. Make an appropriate scale, label the x axis, y axis and write your own title for the graph.
In these worksheets two sets of data are compared. Both the data are represented as a double line graph. Read them and answer the questions.
Two sets of data are given. 6th grade students need to analyze the data, make a suitable scale and draw double line graph. Label the axes and give a suitable title for the graph.