Double Bar Graph Math Quiz for Grades 3-5: Differentiated: 2 Levels
About This Product
This ready-to-go quiz is perfect for a unit on double bar graphs in grades 3-5.
The first page uses a double bar graph with one-to-one correspondence. Students compare how many boys and girls like specific kinds of chocolate bars.
The second page uses a double bar graph with many-to-one correspondence (one square represents four people). Students compare how many kids in each grade have names of different lengths. Students have to determine that half a square represents two people since a whole square represents 4 people.
These two levels are great for differentiating, split classes, or different times during your unit!
Grades to Use With:
This math assessment is designed for students in grades 3-5 who are learning about graphing, data, and statistics. In the USA, this is in Common Core Standards in the third grade and in British Columbia, Canada, it is addressed in Grade 5. It could also be used in middle school special education classrooms.
4 Page PDF:
One-Page Double Bar Graph Quiz with one-to-one correspondence
One-Page Double Bar Graph Quiz with many-to-one correspondence
Complete Answer Key
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