Lesson: Picture Graphs with Scales of 2, 5, or 10 Mathematics
In this lesson, we will learn how to read and draw pictographs where each picture represents 2, 5, or 10, to solve simple putting-together, taking-apart, and comparing problems.
Farida has a jar of jelly beans.
She made a picture graph to show how many jelly beans she has.
What is the color that has the biggest number of jelly beans?
How many blue jelly beans are there?
Seif counted the number of days it was sunny, rainy, and windy.
He made this picture graph to show what he found.
On how many days was it sunny?
How many days did Seif count in total?
The picture graph shows how many movies Jacob and his friends watched in a year.
How many movies did Isabella watch?
How many fewer movies did Michael watch than Jacob?