## Does a line graph show temperature?

The temperature is shown on a line graph, and rainfall on a bar graph. They are usually represented on the same set of axes with the months of the year along the base.

## How do you represent temperature on a graph?

Temperature (oC) is measured using the numbers on the left hand side of the chart. The average temperature for each month is plotted on the graph with a red dot and the dots are then connected in a smooth, red line.

**What graph do you use to graph temperature?**

What graph do you use for temperature? Temperature is shown on a line graph, with the figures being shown on the right side of the graph. Rainfall is shown by a bar graph, with the figures being shown down the left side of the graph.

### How does a line plot help you understand temperature data?

A line graph is a powerful tool because it shows a relationship between two variables. Here, the line graph shows how the number of frog croaks per minute changes as temperature changes. Line graphs also allow you to identify trends and relationships in the data, and thus infer values you did not actually measure.

### How do you interpret line graphs?

The horizontal scale across the bottom and the vertical scale along the side tell us how much or how many. The points or dots on the graph represents the x,y coordinates or ordered pairs. The line segments connecting the points give estimated values between th points.

**When would you use a line graph?**

Line graphs are used to track changes over short and long 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.

## How do you find the temperature range?

Identify the lowest number in the data set, as well as the highest number. Subtract the lowest number in the set from the highest number. The resulting value is the range of the set of temperature values.

## Which is the main use of line graph?

The important use of line graph is to track the changes over the short and long period of time. It is also used to compare the changes over the same period of time for different groups.

**How do you read a line graph and graph?**

How to read it. First, look at the axes to understand what the chart is showing. Then examine the chart to see the values of the points in the lines. Follow the lines and see if there are any trends, sudden rises or falls, repeating patterns, or places where lines cross each other.

### Can children interpret summer holiday temperatures line graphs at KS2?

Use this summer holiday temperatures line graph to build children’s confidence in interpreting data and reading line graphs at KS2. Children can interpret a line graph based on the temperature over time in two summer holiday locations.

### How many questions are there in the KS2 Reading line graphs?

With six ready-made questions and a handy answer sheet included, all that’s left for you to do is switch on the printer. How else can we learn about reading line graphs (KS2)?

**How can I teach interpreting graphs and data in KS2?**

Interpreting graphs and data is an important part of KS2 maths. Here at Twinkl, we’ve got a whole range of resources to help you teach this important area. This activity is perfect for helping children to record data and make it into a graph. Record the length of a shadow at different times and see how it changes.

## How can I teach line graphs in the classroom?

To help your students understand how to read and interpret line graphs, you might want to use these Maths Mastery Statistics Challenge Cards. They include examples of line graphs and clearly explain how to read the information that’s represented on them. Plus, they have questions to test your pupils’ knowledge too.