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Grade Level Estimation: 1st
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A pictograph, or picture graph, is a graph that uses symbols to represent data. Students will need to look carefull at the key to determine how many items are represented by each symbol.
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Basic PictographsIce Cream Flavors Pictograph Free
Students complete the simple pictograph about favorite ice cream flavors; Includes half symbols; Approximately 2nd-3rd grade levelGirl Scout Cookies Pictograph Free
Use the information to complete the pictograph, then answer the questions that follow; No half symbols; Approximately 2nd grade levelPopcorn Sale Pictograph Free
Complete the popcorn sale pictograph and answer the questions; No half symbols; Approximately 2nd-3rd grade levelLemonade Stand Member
Simple graph shows lemonade stand profits. Scale counts by 5s and does NOT include half symbols.Stuffed Animal Pictograph Member
Basic pictograph has bear shapes to represent stuffed animals. Students will determine how many stuffed animal each person has. Does NOT include half symbols.
Intermediate PictographsPost Office Pictograph Member
Students analyze the data on the chart to answer questions. Scale counts by 2,000s and does include half symbols.French's Restaurant Member
How many customers visit French's each year. To find out, students examine the pictograph. Requires counting by thousands and includes half symbols.Using a Pictograph Member
Students complete the pictograph using data in a table. Then, they complete the short answer questions that follow. Pictograph counts by 10s and does include half symbols.Cupcake Bakery Member
Students complete the pictograph using data in a table. Then, they complete the short answer questions that follow. Pictograph counts by 10s and does include half symbols.Birdwatching Pictograph Member
This picture graph features bird symbols that count by twos. Students must use the graph to answer questions. Requires adding, subtracting, and inferencing. Includes half symbols.
Advanced PictographsFishing Trip Member
On this pictograph, students count by 6s to determine how many fish were caught. Includes half symbols.Pumpkin Carving Picture Graph Member
Count by 4s to determine how many pumpkins each person carved and answer questions. Many questions involve higher-level thinking. Includes half symbols.
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