# Bar Graph Worksheets

Printable “Data Representation” worksheets:
Tally Charts
Picture Graphs
Bar Graphs
Scaled Bar Graphs
Line Plots

### Bar Graph Worksheets

Bar Graphs are visual tools for representing data and making comparisons clear and engaging.

Bar graphs use rectangular bars of varying heights to represent data points.
Each bar corresponds to a specific category or group represented on the horizontal axis.
The height of the bar is proportional to the value it represents, measured on the vertical axis.
The graph typically has a title and clearly labeled axes with appropriate units.

How to create a Bar Graph?

1. Gather data: Choose a topic and collect information through surveys, observations, or other methods.
2. Organize data: Categorize the data and determine the values associated with each category.
3. Draw the axes: Label the horizontal axis with categories and the vertical axis with the units of measurement.
4. Draw the bars: For each category, draw a bar proportional to its corresponding value, ensuring consistent scaling.
5. Analyze and discuss: Look for patterns, trends, and differences between categories based on the bar heights.

Have a look at this video if you need to learn how to draw a bar graph.

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