### Video Transcript

The picture graph shows how many
people played sports last weekend. How many people went cycling? How many people went swimming? How many more people played
football than hockey?

This picture graph shows us how
many people played sports last weekend. The graph has four categories or
four different types of sport: swimming, football, cycling, and hockey. We have to answer three different
questions about the information shown in the picture graph. The first question asks us how many
people went cycling. This row shows the number of people
who went cycling, and we can see three pink circles. The key tells us that each pink
circle is worth 10 people, so we need to count in tens — 10, 20, 30. 30 people went cycling. Each circle is worth 10 people. Three tens are 30.

The second question asks us how
many people went swimming. There are two and a half pink
circles. If each pink circle is worth 10
people, then half a pink circle is worth half of 10. Half of 10 is five. One circle is worth 10 people; half
a circle is worth five people. And let’s count how many people
went swimming. 10, 20, and five more makes 25. 25 people went swimming.

The final part of the question asks
us how many more people played football than hockey. We need to compare the number of
people who played football with the number of people who played hockey. The football category has five
circles. We know that each circle is worth
10 people. Let’s count in tens five times. 10, 20, 30, 40, 50. 50 children played football. Now let’s count the number of
children who played hockey. 10, 20, 30, 40, and half a circle
makes five. 40 and five is 45.

To find out how many more people
played football than hockey, we need to find the difference between 50 and 45. 45 is five less than 50. The difference between 50 and 45 is
five. Five more people played football
than hockey. 30 people went cycling, 25 people
went swimming, and five more people played football than hockey.