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 Jacob’s toy box.

How many blocks are there?

How many toys are there in total?

Q2:

Liam 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:

Matthew 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?

Q4:

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

How many bottles did Jennifer drink in total?

Q5:

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?

Q6:

David made a picture graph to show how many animals he saw in his garden yesterday.

Which animal did he see the least?

• ASnail
• BButterfly
• CCaterpillar

Fill in the blank: The number of butterflies is the number of snails.

• Amore than
• Bless than
• Cthe same as

Q7:

Q8:

Mason asked his friends about their favorite sports. He made a picture graph to show the number of boys and girls who said football was their favorite sport.

How many of Mason’ friends said football was their favorite sport?

How many more boys than girls said football was their favorite sport?

Q9:

Jacob has a jar of candies. He made the following picture graph about the number of candies he has.

Which color candies are 1 more than the red candies?

• AGreen candies
• BYellow candies
• CBlue candies

Q10:

Chloe made a picture graph about the number of short stories she read in the last few months.

In which month did Chloe read a number of stories more than 5?

• AApril
• BFebruary
• CMarch