Worksheet: Reading Bar Graphs
In this worksheet, we will practice reading a bar graph with up to four categories and comparing between them.
Some students ate bananas, strawberries, or kiwis at a picnic. The given bar graph shows how many students ate each type of fruit.
How many more students ate strawberries than bananas?
Children from Mrs. Jones’s class, Mr. Thomas’s class, and Mr. Jackson’s class bought sandwiches from the cafeteria. The given bar graph shows the number of sandwiches bought by each class.
How many fewer sandwiches did Mr. Thomas’s class buy than Mrs. Jones’s class?
A team of archeologists dug for artifacts at three excavation sites. The given bar graph shows how many artifacts were found at each one.
How many fewer artifacts were found in site 2 than site 1?
A toy store sells teddy bears, dolls, and balls.
How many toys are there in total?
A bag contains several marbles of different colors. The given bar graph shows how many marbles of each color are in the bag.
How many marbles are in the bag all together?