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Types of Graphs Posters with Labels

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6 posters showing the features and examples of picture graphs, pie charts, line graphs, bar graphs, column graphs and histograms.

Information on posters includes:

Picture Graphs – A picture graph must have a title, symbols, labels and key to be complete.

Pie Chart – A pie chart must have a title, key and circle to be complete. You may also label the pie segments.

Line Graph – A line graph must have a title, 2 axes, labels, points and a line.

Bar Graph – A bar graph must have a title, 2 axes, labels and bars.

Column Graph – A column graph must have a title, 2 axes, labels and bars.

Histogram – A histogram must have a title, 2 axes, labels and bars that touch each other.

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If you get a chance, can you please add a Dot Plot graph to this resource?
The new Math curriculum requires Stage 3 to construct dot plots. There are not many examples out there.

Cheers,
Paula

Paula · Jan 20th, 2015

Hi Paula,

That’s a great suggestion. Please feel free to request it via our ‘request a resource’ page. This will ensure it is assigned to a designer and completed within a designated time frame.

https://www.teachstarter.com/request-a-resource/

Kind regards,
Scott

· Feb 3rd, 2015

Thank you for updating your website! Such a great resource! Thanks!!!

Janet Sawbridge · Oct 17th, 2014

It would be great to have a histogram example.

Sonia · Oct 10th, 2014

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