How Many?

How many cats are there? Dogs? As learners examine a set of images, they fill in a chart to indicate how many of each image there are. In the first series, there are four dogs and two cats. In the second, there are three planes and six helicopters. They can create a bar graph by coloring each column with the corresponding number of boxes. There are no instructions, so ensure understanding before sending students out to complete this.

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