By third or fourth grade, it's time to get graphing! Graphing takes math out of just numbers and into a new dimension by letting kids see what they're counting. If your child is grappling with graphing, use these graph exercises for help. Picture graphs, bar graphs, plots and more -- we have all kinds to choose from. Once they're done, they can try statistics.
Graphing is a big part of upper elementary math. They often come into play once kids are confident with simple equations, and start to explore applying it to real-world problems. How many cookies were sold at the bake sale? How many more kids are in summer camp this year? The answers to questions like these are best found through graphs and charts. Help your kid get a grip on graphing with our online graphing exercises. But how, you ask? Though graphic is easiest with pencil and paper, our exercise tool allows kids to measure, mark, and count data on digital charts. Have your child use pre-made graphs to answer questions and equations, or let them fill in a graph on their own for practice making them. They can do a quick multiple-choice drill, or do the math themselves and fill in the blank. Our graphing exercises are a great, interactive alternative to worksheets.