Pie charts  Free worksheets and other resources
Pie charts is a topic which should be fairly easy, but pupils often struggle with. These resources are great for improving pupils' pie chart skills, whether they need leading though the steps of calculating sector sizes or just need pie chart templates for some practice of the basics.
Drawing pie charts practice worksheetsA pack of six worksheets for extra practice of calculating angles and constructing pie charts. Each sheet features a completed frequency table with a blank angle column for your students to calculate and complete. They can then use the blank circle to draw the correct size slices and construct their pie chart.
The file is in printable pdf format with each A4 page containing a table and circle. The sheets work equally well if printed two to a page.

Drawing pie charts worksheetsTwo worksheets for pupils to fill in the gaps and work towards drawing pie charts of the given data.
The worksheets lead pupils through counting the objects, calculating the angle for each sector and drawing them on to the pie chart.

How to Draw Pie Charts  Maths Lesson Video
Drawing pie charts worksheets  BeginnersThis pair of worksheets are similar to the 'Drawing pie charts' worksheets above, but slightly easier for lower ability groups.
They contain the same information, but more prompts.

Pie chart template worksheetA worksheet with two circles, each split into a different number of equal sectors, ready for pupils to add their own data and colour in the slices.
