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  • Thank you for this template! Allows my students to get in the routine of having a title for the bar graphs! However it might be good to add more space on the left and bottom sides of the graph to allow students to label those too. But happy with the resource overall! Thanks!

    , 3 days ago
    • Hi CarmelFrances,
      Thanks for your lovely feedback - I'll ask our design team to take a look and see if we can make this change for you :)

      , 3 days ago
    • Hi there CarmelFrances,
      We've made this resource for you and have sent it in an email, I hope you find it useful! It will also be available for download within 48 hours, and you can find it either as a new resource, or under 'Alternative versions' above.

      , 3 days ago
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  • It would be nice to have a version that has room for labels. The children found it a bit hard to squash all the info on the axis in. 

    , Jun 13th
    • Hi Serg01,
      Thanks for your lovely request - I'll ask our design team to take a look and see if we can make this change for you :)

      , Jun 13th
  • We will be using this as a template to keep record of our progress in times tables speed.  Students will record each day the time taken and the mistakes made.  Then they can monitor their own improvement :)

    , Jun 3rd
  • This is great so I don't have to sit drawing squares!  However, do you have one that goes higher than 10. . .we're about to do a traffic survey & will need to allow up to 20!  Thanks!

    , Jan 9th
    • Hi MummyEthan,
      I'll see what we can do for you! Thanks for commenting :)

      , Jan 9th
    • I now have an excellent template for graphs that need to go higher than 10. Thanks so much for your quick response.

      , Jan 10th
    • Good afternoon MummyEthan,
      You're very welcome, glad we could help! :)

      , Jan 10th
    • I'd love a template that goes higher than 10. Where can find it?

      , Jun 8th
    • Good morning smussmann,
      Thank you so much for getting in touch! It's lovely to hear from you :) If you download the resource and scroll through the pages, you will find a bigger scale version on pages 3 and 4. Let us know if you are having trouble locating the larger scale resources. Have a lovely day :)

      , Jun 8th
  • y1/2

    , Nov 11th
  • Great as a scaffold sheet for KS3/Year 7!

    , Nov 8th
  • Reocording light sources found in different rooms for homework

    , Nov 7th
  • introduction/ revision to graphing. Then move to smaller squares.

    , Oct 14th
  • With Special Education students learning about collecting data interpreting it onto graph paper.

    , Jun 22nd
  • Using it for classroom maths display board. Thanks Twinkl :-)

    , Jun 19th
    • You're welcome!

      , Jun 19th
  • Helping my son.

    , Jun 18th
  • Autism/Aspergers teenage son with underweight eating disorder, need a visual simple chart for him to help see his progress as gradually achieves his target with weight - good incentive of encouragement

    , Mar 22nd
  • We've doen the healthy food chart within groups. Much appriciate

    , Mar 17th
  • making a money bargraph

    , Mar 15th
  • making a biscuit bar chart.

    , Mar 14th
  • To record our favourite pets... I put the names of the animals in Spanish along the bottom. Children then went to different classes to get data to fill in their graph... and show off their Spanish!

    , Feb 28th
  • mathematics - teaching variable scales, i.e up in 2's, 5's or 10's.

    , Feb 9th
  • maths

    , Feb 9th
  • Science

    , Jan 30th
  • Graphing

    , Jan 20th
  • Science project

    , Dec 10th
  • classroom template

    , Dec 8th
  • i would you this paper for my science fair project.

    , Dec 3rd
  • A tally marks/ graphing activity

    , Nov 5th
  • introducing bar graphs to my maths intervention group.

    , Nov 3rd
  • data handling in maths

    , Oct 15th
  • science investigation

    , Oct 13th
  • maths-handling data

    , Sep 30th
  • teaching bar charts

    , Sep 30th
  • HOMEWORK

    , Sep 28th
  • maths

    , Sep 22nd
  • Maths Experiment

    , Sep 21st
  • Rocks Science Experiment

    , Sep 20th
  • Healthy food bar graph for kids

    , Sep 19th
  • lyuuli

    , Sep 18th
  • Friction Results bar graph

    , Sep 18th
  • Hair and eye colour for Science topic

    , Sep 18th
  • IPC Topic - Brainwave

    , Sep 16th
  • traffic survey

    , Sep 16th
  • Linking to history - what our parents did as hobbies when they were younger

    , Sep 16th
  • data tracking for running

    , Sep 8th
  • data tracking chart

    , Aug 26th
  • surveying favourite healthy snack for health week

    , Aug 25th
  • thank you- I'm using it for surveying traffic

    , Aug 17th
  • to help children set out bar charts

    , Jun 19th
    • Hi lauraquigley,
      That's a lovely idea - thanks for letting others know! :)

      , Jun 19th
  • superrrrr!!

    , Jun 15th
    • Hi justinho10,
      Thank you for your feedback! I'm really glad we could help :)

      , Jun 15th
  • Yr 2 maths

    , Jun 12th
    • Hi denaby4,
      Thank you for commenting. :)

      , Jun 14th
  • maths year1

    , Jun 6th
  • A project for special needs students

    , Jun 3rd
    • Thanks for sharing, Petstar! :)

      , Jun 3rd
  • A project for my yr5 son

    , May 20th
  • to draw bar charts

    , May 15th
  • I will be using this in the classroom at the end of the year for our mini unit on Probability and Statistics. Students will go around the room and collect data from other students and illustrate their findings in a bar graph.

    , May 14th
  • To save time when preparing daily lessons and you guys have so much to use on a daily basis.

    , May 13th
  • Save prep time, thanks

    , May 13th
  • Use with the story Chrysanthemum and graphing how many letters are in your name.

    , Apr 26th
  • grade 4 science experiment

    , Apr 24th
  • science mini beast hunt!

    , Apr 21st
  • developing recording of information in science activities

    , Apr 17th
  • help my son to complete his homework

    , Apr 1st
  • We have discussed with children about their vacations. They have chosen their favorite activities. We made a bar graph on one of the classroom's wall working as a whole group. We plan to continue on working using bar graphs to collect and analyze information in our class, but in small groups and individual work. This worksheet will help us with these activities.

    , Mar 29th
  • a graph showing how many of each colour in a bag of sweets

    , Mar 24th
  • for instructional technology subject.

    , Mar 20th
  • A graph of money raised for Comic Relief 2015

    , Mar 14th
  • Recording capacity in different ways.

    , Mar 5th
  • pancake toppings chart

    , Feb 16th
  • Science Project, Bar Graph

    , Feb 13th
  • Pancake Tuesday - favourite toppings chart

    , Feb 8th
  • teaching data handling to a less able year 4 class

    , Feb 2nd
  • Presenting the data recorded during our RSPB birdwatch with my home educated 4

    , Jan 26th
  • Teaching data to seven year olds

    , Jan 25th
  • We are using this to create a bar chart to show which Harry Potter character is our favourite. Thanks for saving me some time! Yr 2 teacher.

    , Jan 19th
  • Hello we are using this to create a simple bar chart from our traffic and shop survey results. Thanks it is fab!

    , Jan 18th
  • Using this for problem solving activities with a class of 9 and 10 year olds.

    , Jan 15th
  • To record every child's birthday categorised by months of the years, and faces of children up the chart.

    , Jan 14th
  • class use

    , Jan 11th
  • graphing a World as Community of 100 people activity in my class

    , Jan 8th
  • my daughters home work

    , Dec 14th
  • Great resource for KS1 year 2 making our bar graphs

    , Nov 12th
  • We are seeing who can run the fastest, and beat Usain Bolt!

    , Nov 5th
  • After a sports taster week to identify the favourite and least favourite sports in our class.

    , Sep 24th
  • I am using this for my IPC A to B topic to graph how the class travel to school

    , Sep 14th
  • I would love to have 12 squares along the x axis then I could use it along side your "Birthday Bar Line Chart Challenges"

    As always lovely resource though

    , Aug 26th
    • HI Damselfly, thank you for your review, I have passed your request on to our resource team to see what they can do for you. :)

      , Aug 26th
  • 5 stars. Great as a Maths template. Thank you vey much.

    , Aug 21st
  • for an dissolvng experiment write up!!!!!!!!!

    , May 14th
  • My kindergartners will be graphing the hat colors in Caps for Sale. Thanks!

    , Jan 30th
A useful template for your children to create their own bar graphs.

Why not also check out our lovely tally and resources?
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