# 2 Step Word Problems - Graphing - Lesson for Grade 3, Chapter - Graphing

In the "2 Step Word Problems - Graphing" lesson designed for Grade 3 students, pupils will dive into the fascinating world of data interpretation and visualization through engaging activities such as the Sea Lion Show Worksheet and the Lobster Trap Line Plot Worksheet. Throughout this lesson, found within the broader unit on Data, Geometry, Area, and Perimeter, students will learn to tackle word problems that require two steps to solve, enhancing their problem-solving and critical thinking skills.

One of the key skills students will develop is the ability to create and interpret graphs based on given data. This skill is crucial, as it lays the foundation for understanding patterns and trends in data, which is applicable in various real-world contexts, from science experiments to market research. Furthermore, by learning to solve two-step word problems, students will improve their mathematical reasoning and their ability to perform operations with numbers.

Understanding how to graph data and solve complex word problems is not just a vital academic skill but also an essential life skill. It prepares students to think logically and systematically, making them better equipped to navigate the challenges of higher-level math and everyday decision-making.

Estimated classroom time: 6 min
Chapter: Graphing
Unit: Data, Geometry, Area and Perimeter
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1st
3:00 min
Sea Lion Show Worksheet
worksheet
2nd
3:00 min
Lobster Trap Line Plot Worksheet
worksheet
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• ### Activity 1 / Sea Lion Show Worksheet

In order for your kids to have the best learning experience and understand what they are taught better, you should guide them through some simple exercises which will help them practice. As your kids learn some more maths in school, every day will bring a new topic which might prove more difficult than the last. With this worksheet, you can help your little ones understand and enjoy bar graph better. Look at the picture graph and read and follow the simple instructions with your kids.

• ### Activity 2 / Lobster Trap Line Plot Worksheet

If your kids are now learning line plots in school, this worksheet might be the right exercise to get them well adjusted to learning. Your children might not particularly enjoy math, but learning with this fun tracing sheet will be enjoyable for them. Look at the picture with your little ones and read the instructions to them. Then, help them examine the line plot and answer the questions about the lobsters at the bottom of the pdf.