Explore**

Subjects

Trending

Resources

7 filtered results

7 filtered results

Fractions and Line Plots**

Looking at Line Plots

Worksheet

Looking at Line Plots

This worksheet prompts students' critical thinking skills. Students will need to determine if several line plot problems are solved correctly and explain their reasoning.

5th grade

Math

Worksheet

Donut Data

Worksheet

Donut Data

Make fractions fun with everyone's favorite breakfast treat. This donut-themed worksheet asks students to calculate pounds of donuts using fractions and line plots.

5th grade

Math

Worksheet

Student Height Line Plot

Worksheet

Student Height Line Plot

Who's the tallest in the class? Using this resource, your class will measure and graph their each other's heights with a line plot.

3rd grade

Math

Worksheet

Measuring the Length of Books

Worksheet

Measuring the Length of Books

Use this worksheet to give your students practice measuring books to the nearest quarter of an inch and an opportunity to turn their data into a line plot.

3rd grade

Math

Worksheet

Foot Length Line Plot

Worksheet

Foot Length Line Plot

One foot is 12 inches long, but how many inches long is the foot connected to your body? Using this resource, your class will measure their classmates' foot sizes and graph the data on a line plot.

3rd grade

Math

Worksheet

Vocabulary Cards: Collect, Organize, and Discuss the Data

Worksheet

Vocabulary Cards: Collect, Organize, and Discuss the Data

Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson: Collect, Organize, and Discuss the Data.

3rd grade

Math

Worksheet

Glossary: Collect, Organize, and Discuss the Data

Worksheet

Glossary: Collect, Organize, and Discuss the Data

Use this glossary with the EL Support Lesson: Collect, Organize, and Discuss the Data.

3rd grade

Math

Worksheet

Math students are often asked to look at the data, record the values and frequencies, and make a line plot. These educational math worksheets teach children about fractions and line plots. They can measure real-world data, such as student height or book length, and then analyze the fractions and line plots they record on their worksheets.