Line plots are not particularly difficult to understand, but your students might not be so excited to learn the topic. It is up to you, as their teacher, to guide them through the learning process with simple exercises that can stimulate their thinking. In this worksheet, there are four leaves. Help your preschoolers measure each leaf, and then check the box with the correct measurements. After that, trace the correct number of x’s to make a line plot that shows the information.
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. In the picture, help your kids measure each seedling, and then trace an x on the line plot for each seedling with that measurement. Assist your kids in completing this simple exercise.
Children are great learners, and they soak up everything you teach them in class. However, they might still struggle with some aspects of mathematics, and if you find that your kindergartners need some more help with line plots, use this simple worksheet to make their learning easier. Look at the picture with your students. There is a table of times; help your kids trace the correct number of x’s above each time to make a line plot for the race result.
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