# Worksheet: Picture Graphs with Scales in 2, 5, or 10

In this worksheet, we will practice drawing picture graphs, where each picture represents 2, 5, or 10, and reading picture graphs to solve simple put-together, take-apart, and compare problems.

Q1:

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?

Q2:

The picture graph shows how many cupcakes a cafe sold in a day.

How many vanilla cupcakes did they sell?

How many strawberry and lemon cupcakes did they sell altogether?

Q3:

The picture graph shows how many movies William and his friends watched in a year.

How many movies did Elizabeth watch?

How many fewer movies did Daniel watch than William?

Q4:

Each class in a school earned reward stickers. The picture graph shows how many stickers each class had got at the end of the year.

Which class earned the most stickers?

• AThe green class
• BThe orange class
• CThe blue class
• DThe pink class

How many stickers did the blue class get?

Q5:

Victoria counted the cars of each color in a garage. The picture graph shows what she found.

How many red cars are there?

How many more white cars are there than blue cars?

Q6:

Jacob counted the flowers of each color in his garden. The picture graph shows what he found.

How many purple flowers are there?

How many flowers are red or pink?

Q7:

The picture graph shows how many animals are on a farm.

How many sheep are there?

How many more cows are there than sheep?

Q8:

William made a tally chart to show how many comics he and his friends read last year.

 Number of Comics Read William David Chloe Charlotte

Chloe made a picture graph to show how many comics she read. She made a mistake. Who did she assign the wrong number of counters to?

• AWilliam
• BCharlotte
• CDavid
• DChloe

What is the correct number of counters for this row?