If one ice cream cone represents three ice cream scoops, and Bob has four ice cream cones, then how many scoops does Bob have? Learners solve these kind of questions with their new understanding of pictographs.
An easy and fun way to look at data is with a pictograph. A lesson plan friendly enough for multiple grade levels shows how to set up this graph with a corresponding key. The steps review the importance of choosing an appropriate...
Scholars use a variety of common Native American pictographs to write a sentence. Through a series of pictures, readers decipher what the author has written. Colored pencils bring color to the assignment.
What do these pictographs show? Scholars analyze three sets of data organized into pictographs, filling in several comprehension questions about each. The first one is done for them as an example, but consider going over it together to...
How are bar graphs and pictographs different? As you begin this concept, use these simple graphs to help get learners started with data analysis styles. There is one bar graph and one pictograph, each accompanied by four or five...
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Add holiday cheer to math practice with a Christmas themed instructional activity designed to reinforce skip counting by two and solving word problems.
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The best part about Halloween is the candy. Individuals read a pictograph that depicts the amount of candy five children received. Then, they respond to five questions using the picture graph to support their answers.
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What is oral tradition, and what unique tool did the Native Americans of the Northern Great Plains use to help them remember their complex histories? Through pictograph analysis, discussion, research, and an engaging hands-on activity,...
Students explore methods of written communication. In this Plains Indian lesson, students create pictographs representing everyday modern life after observing the pictographs used by the Plains Indians. Pictograph stories are written on...
For this pictogram worksheet, learners read and analyze a pictogram about dogs, hedgehogs, birds and butterflies and then answer 6 short answer questions. Students conduct a similar survey on pets owned by their friends and put their...
Fourth graders research pictograph stories written by Native Americans. They investigate the history behind pictographs, and look through a reference book identifying the different pictures. The teacher then create their own individual...
Students create a graph. For this pictograph lesson, students cut out 20 small ice cream cones and decorate them. Students create a pictograph with their ice cream cones.
In this pictograph worksheet, 2nd graders create a pictograph involving colors they see the most often in clothing, recording marks and placing those marks in three boxes labeled red, blue and green. Students cut out squares for each 5...
First graders investigate picture graphs. In this graphing instructional activity, 1st graders create a picture graph with the x-axis being number and the y-axis being color. Students sort their gummy bears by color and use pictures of...
In this picture graph learning exercise, 1st graders will cut out a crayon box pattern and write their name and favorite color on it. Then they will color it their favorite color and add to the classroom graph.
What books do you like? Have your learners read and interpret a picture graph detailing a fictional class's favorite books. Consider conducting a survey of your learners' favorite books and plotting the results as a class!
First, second, and third graders make pictographs. There are four graphs to complete, and the answer sheet is included. Consider providing your learners with special needs two sets of stickers to use, instead of requiring them to draw...
The Easter Bunny left us a bunch of eggs, but how many did he leave? Learners use the data to create a picture graph, interpret it, and answer the questions that follow. There's even easy egg cut-outs for your youngsters!
Let's go to the beach! Danielle, Marty, and Phil collected shells at the beach. Can you determine how many shells each child has? Create a picture graph to make the data easier to understand.
In this creating and comprehending a tally chart worksheet, students use a pictograph to tally the number of ways people traveled to the supermarket, tally the results, and answer comprehensive questions. Students answer 8 questions.
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