Create-A-Graph Students can explore their visual communication skills with this online graphing tool from the National Center for Education Statistics. The tool helps users make bar charts, line graphs, area graphs, pie graphs, and XY graphs. Five clickable tabs (design, data, labels, preview, and print/save) provide options for customizing each type of graph. A tutorial tells which kind of graph is best for a particular situation.
Prezi Template for creating awesome 3D bar Charts. Make your statistics more interesting and present them with colorful 3D bars. Template contains 7 different colors and 2 pieces: a cube and a little more flat bar. Endless possibilities: combine the elements and create unique layouts.
In this movie, children will learn how to collect data by taking a survey and using a tally chart to record and organize information. Then they will use the data to create a bar graph and share their results. You may want to review the Pictographs movie before exploring this topic.
This is an image from this resource on the Internet4Classrooms' "Third Grade Math Skill Builders interactive help on standardized tests" resource page: Amblegraph. Create simple bar charts online. Students can use if for very quick surveys or a teacher can use it to model the construction of a bar graph with a class or group. Most elements are editable.