Worksheet: Bar Graphs
In this worksheet, we will practice making and reading bar graphs to find how many there are in each category and comparing the number in each category.
David, Elizabeth, and Anthony all bought some pens. The given bar graph shows how many pens each of them got.
How many pens did Elizabeth buy?
The bar graph shows the colors of marbles in a bowl.
How many marbles are green?
Michael, Chloe, and Hannah made some paintings. They used the bar graph to show how many they made.
How many fewer paintings did Michael make than Hannah?
A hotel owner asked her guests how they traveled to her hotel. The given bar graph shows the type of transport that they used.
How many guests are there in total?
A musical instruments store sells synthesizers, violins, saxophones, and pianos. The given bar graph shows the stock quantity for each type of instrument.
Which instrument type has the lowest stock quantity?
An appliance store sells refrigerators, washing machines, air conditioners, and dishwashers. The given bar graph shows the number of appliances the store has in stock.
Which appliance does the store have the most of in stock?
- BAir conditioners
Which of the following bar graphs represents the number of balloons of each color?
A teacher wants to represent the number of boys and girls in a group using a bar graph. Select the bar graph she made.
Which of the following graphs represents how many rats, cats, and dogs there are?
Madison used a bar graph to represent these fruits. Choose the graph that Madison made.
Consider the shapes shown.
Which of the following bar graphs represents the number of each shape?
Which of the following bar graphs represents the number of each color?
Michael is trying to make a bar graph to represent the number of pens, erasers, and bags he and his brothers have. So far, his graph only shows the number of pens and erasers. Which of the following graphs would complete Michael’s graph?
Which fruit is represented by the left bar graph?