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Graphing. Making a Circle Graph. By Rosi Barron. Fifth Grade Graphing: Creating Graphs. •. •. Tips:. -Teachers, please read through the whole. presentation prior to the activity. -Each activity is meant to be used in addition. to your classroom teaching.

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Making a Circle Graph

By Rosi Barron


Fifth Grade Graphing: Creating Graphs


-Teachers, please read through the whole

presentation prior to the activity.

-Each activity is meant to be used in addition

to your classroom teaching.

-Each activity includes a journal component.

Objective: TSW utilize charted data to create specific graphs.


Graph Requirements

  • Data to be graphed,
  • Title area & legend area,
  • Labels for the X axis & Y axis, and
  • An appropriate graph for the data.

Each time you see the journal paper you will need to write in your Math Journal.


Graph #4: Circle Graph - a graph in the shape of a circle that shows fractions, percents, or parts of a whole.

Mr. Smith’s fifth grade took a poll about their favorite fast food. There were 4 categories.

Use the data in the table to make a Circle Graph. You may have to change the numbers to fractions.

Click to see the Circle Graph ----->


Does your graph look like this one? If not, draw this one.

12 people=12/24=1/2

6 people=6/24=1/4

4 people=4/24=1/3

2 people=2/24=1/12

That was a tough one!