Using Pictographs

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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.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Instruct learners to write the total value of each person's ice cream cones next to their corresponding pictograph before beginning the questions
  • Extend the practice by having individuals write a multiplication sentence to go with each person
Classroom Considerations

  • The resource can be used as an introduction to pictographs or as a review of the concept
Pros

  • The first page of the sheet can serve as self-guided instruction for learners
  • Allows mathematicians to learn the definition, practice reading a pictograph, and practice creating a pictograph
Cons

  • None
Common Core