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Line graphs are used to track changes over periods of time. When smaller changes exist, line graphs are better to use than bar graphs. Line graphs can also be used to compare changes over the same period of time for more than one group.

# Making & Reading Line Graphs Worksheets

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Making & Reading Line Graphs Lesson
Using a random line graph students learn to field questions.
Standard: MATH 1
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Intermediate Making & Reading Line Graphs Lesson
Students begin to answer higher level questions based on the line graph.
Standard: MATH 1
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Independent Practice 1
Students answer 10 questions using a random line graphs.
Standard: MATH 1
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Independent Practice 2
The questions on this one see if they are paying attention to what they are reading.
Standard: MATH 1
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Homework Worksheet
Offers 8 questions for home and provides two examples.
Standard: MATH 1
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Making & Reading Line Graphs Quiz
Students use a line graphs to answer 10 quiz questions.
Standard: MATH 1
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