Worksheet: Picture Graphs with Unit Scales

In this worksheet, we will practice drawing picture graphs, where each picture represents a count of one, and reading picture graphs to solve simple put-together, take-apart, and compare problems.

Q1:

Read the graph to find the smallest number of pony rides an individual child had.

Q2:

The graph shows the number of garden bugs observed in one hour.

What is the number of bees observed in that hour?

Q3:

Which of the following graphs represents the set of balls in a sports shop?

  • A
  • B

Q4:

The table shows how children came to school on Monday.

How Children Came to SchoolWalkCarBicycleBus
Number of Children7643

Which of the following graphs matches the table?

  • A
  • B

Q5:

The tally chart shows a group of students’ favorite superheroes.

SuperheroWolverineSupermanWonder WomanSpider-Man
Number of Students

Which of the following graphs matches the tally chart?

  • A
  • B

Q6:

The graph represents the number of toys in a toy shop. There are 30 toys in the shop.

How many ducks are in the toy shop?

Hint: Find how many should be added to the graph.

Q7:

Which of the following sets of accessories does this graph represent?

  • A
  • B

Q8:

The graph shows the number of items in an accessories shop.

Each symbol represents one item.

Use the picture graph to find the number of bags.

AccessoriesHatsPursesSunglassesBags
Number of Items6105

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