Year 3

Reading and interpreting bar graphs

Year 3

Reading and interpreting bar graphs

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Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will build on knowledge of data to accurately read and understand a range of bar charts.

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4 Questions

Q1.
If this symbol represents 3, how many would I need to use to show 15?
An image in a quiz
1
2
3
Correct answer: 5
Q2.
In this graph, how many people travelled by train?
An image in a quiz
2
3
4
Correct answer: 5
Q3.
Using the graph above. If 2 more circles were added to the walking column, how many would have walked in total?
10
Correct answer: 13
5
9
Q4.
Looking at this graph. How many more circles will I add to the bike column if 6 more people say they travelled that way?
An image in a quiz
1
2
Correct answer: 3
6

4 Questions

Q1.
The 2 axes on a bar chart are called...
1 & 2
A & B
Correct answer: Y & X
Z & W
Q2.
Every bar chart has...
Correct answer: a title
colours
pictures
trains
Q3.
How many people traveled by bike?
An image in a quiz
0
2
Correct answer: 6
8
Q4.
Which colour was seen 9 times?
An image in a quiz
Correct answer: blue
red
white
yellow