Lesson Worksheet: Using Graphs to Sort Objects Mathematics • Kindergarten
In this worksheet, we will practice how to sort objects into groups in a table to make a graph and then count the objects to find the number in each group.
Class A chose their favorite toys.
How many children like trains the most?
How many children like bikes the most?
How many more children like Lego than trains?
Jennifer has a box of shapes to sort and count.
How many groups has she put the shapes into?
How many hexagons did she find?
How many shapes were in the box altogether?
Class B are choosing their favorite colors.
How many children like red the most?
How many children like blue the most?
How many more children like pink than yellow?
How many groups have they sorted their colors into?
The graph shows a class’s favorite sports.
How many students prefer soccer?
How many students prefer baseball?
Pick the graph that matches this group of cubes.
The graph represents the number of flies that each frog ate.
Which frog ate the least number of flies?
- AThe green frog
- BThe red frog
- CThe purple frog
How many flies did the blue frog eat?
The table shows the animals in Jackson’s farm.
Which animal is the greatest in number?
Which of the following graphs matches the number of fruits?
How many red balloons are there?
|Number of Balloons||3||2|
The graph shows the number of ice-cream cones sold in a day.
How many flavors of ice cream are there?
What is the most sold flavor?