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Types of Graphs Posters and Worksheets

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A collection of posters displaying the different types of graphs along with matching worksheets to assist students with laying out graphs on the page.

A set of worksheets and corresponding posters to help students remember the key features of graphs:

  • y-axis is the vertical axis
  • x-axis is the horizontal axis
  • Origin is the point where both the x-axis and y-axis are zero and intersect
  • Title – relating to the information being displayed on the graph.

There are two versions of worksheets, a set with written reminders of the key features of a graph and a set with visual reminders. The worksheets can be used in conjunction with these survey data collection worksheets.

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