Blank Pie Chart Templates | Make A Pie Chart

If you need to make a pie chart for your school project, here are several blank pie chart templates that you can print. These free pie charts have between 1 and 12 divisions. Pick the one that best fits your project. These printables are particularly useful for those of you who want to make a pie chart by hand. Each of the charts has a 6 inch circumference.

To see a large version of an image, click the pictures below. A high res PNG file will open your browser. Right-click on the file and press, “Save Image As…” to save it to your computer. When printing, be sure to select “Scale to Fit” so the image fits onto your paper. These PNGS will fit perfectly on standard 8.5 x 11 letter-sized sheets.

Thanks for visiting Tim’s Printables! Feel free to browse the site for more great templates. If you have any comments or suggestions, please leave a comment below or send me an email. Thanks, and best of luck with your project!

Blank Pie Chart Templates

This first template is a basic blank chart. Draw lines from the center point to the circle edge to divide up your diagram into pieces. Then add your labels, titles, and other information in the white space around the circle.

blank pie chart template

Here is a 3 Piece Template. Drawing one of these from scratch can be pretty tricky.


pie chart

This next chart has 6 pieces.


make your own pie chart


Here are several more templates you can download.


free pie chart
2 Divisions
graphic organizer
4 Divisions
blank pie chart
5 Divisions
make a pie chart
7 Divisions




graphic organizers
8 Divisions
9 Divisions
10 Division



12 piece pie chart template
12 Divisions

2018 Update

Here are a few more pie charts: 13, 13, 15, and 16 piece pie chart templates.

13 piece pie chart template 14 piece pie chart 15 piece pie chart template 16 piece pie chart template

7 thoughts on “Blank Pie Chart Templates | Make A Pie Chart”

  1. MaryLynne Simpson

    I want to use an 8-section pie chart to make a miniature quilted Christmas tree skirt. Is there anything I can use to bring your 5-3/8″ circle down to a 4-1/2″ circle – something I can download or an app (I have a Mac)?

    I think it’s wonderful that you’re providing all these printables for school projects!

    1. Tim van de Vall

      There’s a free image editing program called Gimp that you could maybe use. It’s like a simple version of Photoshop. Or you could also resize the image in the print settings by altering the scale.


  2. Could you create one with 13 sections? I am having the hardest time finding a program to make a blank one like this! Thanks, if you have time.

  3. Phillip Maxwell

    I was considering using your 12 section circle for an astrology illustration on a blog. I would obviously have to modify the image for my purpose to have the zodiac signs in it. I haven’t established it yet so I can’t give you a website but I want to know if I have permission for this purpose

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