# Worksheet: Reading Picture Graphs

In this worksheet, we will practice reading picture graphs, where each picture represents a count of one, to find how many items are in a category and which category has the most or least item.

**Q1: **

The picture graph shows how many toys are in William’s toy box.

How many blocks are there?

How many toys are there in total?

**Q2: **

Benjamin made a picture graph to show how many children came to the after-school club.

The number of boys is the number of girls.

- Amore than
- Bless than
- Cthe same as

How many boys are there?

**Q3: **

Madison used stickers to make a picture graph to show how many flowers are in her garden.

How many of the flowers are sunflowers?

How many fewer sunflowers are there than roses?

**Q4: **

Mason asked his class to choose what they usually ate for breakfast.

What do most students eat for breakfast?

- AFruit
- BToast
- CEggs

How many students eat fruit?

How many more students eat toast than fruit?

**Q5: **

The table shows the number of balls in a club.

Is the number of basketballs greater than the number of baseballs?

- AYes
- BNo

How many basketballs are there?

**Q6: **

The picture graph shows the number of milk bottles Charlotte drank in 4 weeks.

How many bottles did Charlotte drink in total?

**Q7: **

The table shows the number of points obtained by three students in a test.

What is the least number of points obtained in the test?

**Q8: **

The picture graph shows the farm animals that Daniel has.

Which set of animals is the greatest in number?

- ADucks
- BChickens
- CHorses

**Q9: **

How many sea creatures are in the table?