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Discussion in 'Primary' started by erialcrobo, Mar 7, 2011.
I need this for tomorrows maths lesson on bar charts! Just realised and am now in a panic!
Make some using word or powerpoint. Either draw a table or copy and paste lots of squares!
There are some pages you can print for free here:
Excel is easier for making squared paper.
I just make a table using word with defined size to row and column e.g. 3cm x 3 cm with enough rows and columns to fill the page (I 'remove' the margins - and override the 'your margins are set outside the printable area of the page). Scale up onto A3 paper at school.