Graphing Activity Bundle


Sample         Format: PDF        Grade: K-2        Pages: 249

Graphing Worksheets for Kindergarten, First Grade, and Second Grade!  Everything your K-2 Students need to learn about graphing! This set includes differentiated, interactive, hands-on activity packs, charts, teaching resources and more. This will soon become your go-to math resource for all things gathering, collecting, surveying, sorting, organizing, comparing, analyzing, interpreting, reporting and so much more!

  • Bar Graphs
  • Pie Charts
  • Tally Charts
  • Pictographs
  • Line Graphs
  • Scatter Plots

Low-Prep      Hands-On    Differentiated    Standards-Based     Print & Go!

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Graphing Activity Bundle

Preschool Homeschool Math Curriculum

Product Overview

Graphing Worksheets for Kindergarten, First Grade, and Second Grade!  Everything your K-2 Students need to learn about graphing! This set includes differentiated, interactive, hands-on activity packs that will cover a variety of standards-based skills: 

Covers Key Standards & Skills

What's Included: 

This set includes activity packs covering numbers 0-30 for the following sets:

  • Parts of a Graph
  • Graphing Charts
  • Blank Graph Worksheets
  • Hands-On Graphing with Manipulatives
  • Bar Graph Activity Pack
  • Pictograph Activity Pack
  • Tally Mark & Surveys Activity Pack
  • Line Graph Activity Pack
  • Dot Plot Activity Pack
  • Graphing Games Activity Pack

Skills Covered:

This set builds and develops a wide variety of mathmatical skills including:  

  • Counting
  • Sorting
  • Adding & Subtracting
  • Comparing
  • Surveying
  • Analyzing
  • Interpreting
  • Reporting
  • Graphing & More!

Print & Go Curriculum!

How to Use: 

Each activity pack is designed to keep the prep-work to a minimum! Within each set, resources are provided that can first be used to introduce your students to the reading and analysis of each type of graph. Follow-up activity pages encourage your students to creat their own graphs with provided topics and suggestions.

Graphing Parts & Charts

The perfect introduction to Charts and their Parts! This graphing pack provides you with engaging and colorful visuals, follow-up task activities, and blank graphing exercises you can customize for your classroom. Your students will be reading, following directions, counting, graphing, and more!

Hands-On Graphing

Your students will love our new Hands-On Graphing worksheets and so will you!

Students will have fun getting scoopfuls of items and food as they work on building their skills in graphing. These printable graphing worksheets will teach your students math concepts such as greater and less than, total, most, least, comparison, sorting, size, and more. Buy them now and help your students on their way through the world of graphs!

Pictograph Worksheets

Pictograph Worksheets & Activities for kids! The first part of this printable, graphing worksheet pack will have your students answering questions by reading the graph, assigning value to the pictures, solving math simple math equations, and more. The other part of this pack is graphing worksheets that will have your students reading and following instructions to use tally marks, label, create icons, and titles as they create their own pictographs. This pack is a must-have for your classroom!

Count & Graph Activities

Our new Count and Graph Worksheets are a must for your classroom! Students will build their skills in counting, matching, classification, comparing, and one-to-one correspondence. With different, kid-friendly themes, your students are sure to enjoy the worksheets. Add these printable graph worksheets to your math center now and get your students on the path to graph!

Bar Graph Worksheets

20 Interactive Pie Graph Worksheets for K-2 Students! This multi-level pack will make a great addition to your math center. Our graphing worksheet pack will have your students working on adding, mathematical inequality, reading, and answering questions related to raw data, and more! The worksheets are in order from beginning to skilled. As the worksheets progress they will have your students filling out blank pie charts. With fun themes and pictures to color in, your students will enjoy them as much as you do!

Pie Chart Activities

Get your students started with bar graphing with our new printable graphing worksheet pack! This pack comes with 3 different levels of bar graph worksheets. The first set of 10 are great for getting your students started. They will use their skills in reading and math as they follow the directions and learn about the different parts of bar graphs. The 2nd set of 5 worksheets will test what they have learned. The 3rd set of 5 graphing worksheets adds a little bit more to help your students take their skills to the next level. With different themes and adorable pictures, your students are sure to have fun.

Line Graph Worksheets

Line Graph Worksheets Made Fun! Hands-On Graphing Pack for K-2 Students. This pack contains 3 different level line graphing worksheets. This will allow your students to start with the basics of line graphing and move up to being able to create their own. They will work on reading and following directions, answering questions related to mathematical inequalities, adding, labeling the graphs, and more. With fun themes and pictures, your students are sure to enjoy these graphing worksheets!

Dot Plot Activities

Dot Plot Graphing Worksheets and Activities for K-2 Students. This pack of graphing worksheets will help your students build their skills in dot plot graphs. The first 10 worksheets will give them the practice they need to learn how to read, follow directions, and answer questions about the themed dot plot graphs. The second set of 10 worksheets in this pack will give them the chance to try out their new skills by reading the data and filling out the graphs. Purchase now and add them to your math center!

Tally Chart & Survey Printables

With fun questions and easy-to-follow directions, we know that these graphing worksheets will be a smash hit in your classroom. This pack has 3 different types of printable graphing worksheets. Your students will have fun going around the classroom and surveying their classmates. After tallying their classmate's answers, students will be asked to write the final results on the blank graphing reports included in the pack.

Graphing Games & Activities

30 Graphing Games & Hands-On Activities for K-2. These cute and silly graphing game worksheets will have your students learning and having fun at the same time. Your students will be reading, following directions, counting, graphing, and more!

Suggested Materials:

counting manipulatives, colored pencils or crayons, dice, transparent spinner (View Our Favorite Fine Motor Products Here)


I love these! This bundle comes with so many options for kids!
Mikaela K.

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Homeschool, Classroom

7 reviews for Graphing Activity Bundle

  1. 5 out of 5

    Linda E.

    My students are asking to use the worksheets. They want to do graphing every day.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tabitha C.

    My daughter loves graphing items, and she enjoys completing these pages. She is so excited to do new ones every day, and I’m happy that she enjoys learning.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Just Plain Jess

    Very Satisfied. This resource was a great addition to my lessons on graphing! It was nice to find a bundle with pleasing graphics across multiple types of graphs.

    Students used with
    12th grade, Adult Education Primarily students with mild to severe disabilities, on the autism spectrum, and that are emerging bilinguals/ ELs/ ESOLs/ ENLs

  4. 5 out of 5

    Megan N.

    Too cute. Love that my little one can grab a handful of goldfish and count/graph. My child likes to make graphs so it is also a fun activity for us. There are activities for most holidays so I had special graphs just for St. Patrick’s. Now that they have added all sorts of graphs my child’s understanding has really blossomed!!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Amy S.

    I have always enjoyed graphing and this is simple enough that the kids are able to find the fun in it as well as the useful benefits to knowing the why and how we use graphs. There are so many different kinds that I liked the amount of practice with all of the different styles. Most math series do not spend enough time on graphs and kids are left to figure it out for themselves. Thank you for this resource

  6. 5 out of 5

    Yolanda Z.

    I tried this at home with my first graders before I brought it into the classroom and it worked wonderful wonders. They were fully engaged and enjoying the experience with new information.

  7. 5 out of 5

    QuenOScots (verified owner)

    Could not be happier! We are using the Math-U-See curriculum which focus kids just on learning the basics like adding and subtracting. Its slower paced and has manipulatives to visualize math. That program is good for kids who have math anxiety and writing anxiety and cannot handle too many problems at once time, HOWEVER the Math-U-See program misses out on exposure to graphing and data collection. I am a science major and a credentialed teacher, I know that exposing kids to graphing at a young age is ESSENTIAL for future success in many fields. It is really not that hard to include graphing with little ones and its the best time for them to learn it. So don’t wait until your kids are in junior high to spring graphs on them, buy this pack! Then learn to read graphs, make graphs, different graph types, and then to do crazy surveys with your homeschool friends, record it in tally mark tables, and graph it yourself. Pie charts also provide an excellent in road to learning fractions. I also picked up Carson Dellosa’s Infographics as it helps learn how to read the graphics in educational materials or news articles etc. I gathered all that and made a huge graphing binder to last two years for 1st-2nd grade. Thanks!

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