Worksheet 1 Reading Picture Graphs With Scales

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Date:H A PTE17RCName:Graphs and Line PlotsWorksheet 1Reading Picture Graphswith ScalesFill in the blanks.Use the picture graph to help you.Our Pets Marshall Cavendish International (Singapore) Private Limited.RabbitCatDogEachGerbilstands for 1 animal.1.There aretypes of pets.2.There aredogs.3.There aremore rabbits than gerbils.4.There arepets in all.Reteach 2B12(M)MIF2015CC RTG2B Ch17.indd 12712724/04/13 12:28 AM

Name:Date:Each stands for 2 units.Count and fill in the blanks.Examplestands for5.stands for6.units.There are 4 .1 stands for 2 units.4 2 8units.stands forunits.7.stands for8.stands for9.128stands forunits.units.units.Multiply by 5 tofind the answer. Marshall Cavendish International (Singapore) Private Limited.Each stands for 5 units.Count and fill in the blanks.Chapter 17 Lesson 112(M)MIF2015CC RTG2B Ch17.indd 12824/04/13 12:28 AM

Name:Date:The picture graph shows the number of items sold at a bookshopon a Monday.Items Sold at a BookshopPencilEraserKey: EachRulerScissorsstands for 3 items.symbolThe key shows what eachsymbol stands for. Marshall Cavendish International (Singapore) Private Limited.Fill in the blanks.Use the picture graph to help you.ExampleHow many pencils were sold?There are 51.stands for 3 items.5 3 15Reteach 2B12(M)MIF2015CC RTG2B Ch17.indd 12912924/04/13 12:28 AM

Name:Date:Fill in the blanks.Use the picture graph on page 129 to help you.10.How many pairs of scissors were sold?11.How many more pencils than erasers were sold?12.How many fewer rulers than scissors were sold?13.How many erasers and rulers were sold in all? Marshall Cavendish International (Singapore) Private Limited.Count thefor the erasers and rulers.Then multiply to find the answer.130Chapter 17 Lesson 112(M)MIF2015CC RTG2B Ch17.indd 13026/04/13 1:13 PM

Name:Date:The picture graph shows the number of each kind of tablewarein Mr. Martin’s kitchen cabinet.Mr. Martin’s TablewarePlateBowlGlassCupKey: Eachstands for 4 items. Marshall Cavendish International (Singapore) Private Limited.Use the graph to fill in the blanks.14.There are15.The number ofglasses.is the same as the number of.16.The number of17.There are18.Mr. Martin buys 8 more glasses.He should drawis the most.fewer cups than plates.moreon the graph.Reteach 2B12(M)MIF2015CC RTG2B Ch17.indd 13113124/04/13 12:28 AM

Name:Date:The students in the second grade class have differentafter-school activities on Tuesday.The picture graph shows the number of students in each activity.After-School Activities of the Second Grade ClassjoggingswimmingskatingdancingKey: Eachstands for 3 students.Use the graph to fill in the blanks.19.The number of students whonumber of students who21.The number of students who22.There are23.8 boys swim after school.is the same as the.is the least.fewer students who jog than swim.How many girls swim after school?24. Marshall Cavendish International (Singapore) Private Limited.20.students swim after school.3 students decide to skate rather than swim.How many students skate now?132Chapter 17 Lesson 112(M)MIF2015CC RTG2B Ch17.indd 13224/04/13 12:29 AM

Name:Date:Worksheet 21.Making Picture GraphsCount the animals in the picture.Then complete the tally chart. Marshall Cavendish International (Singapore) Private Limited.AnimalTallyNumber of Animals5DuckTurtleDragonflyFlamingoReteach 2B12(M)MIF2015CC RTG2B Ch17.indd 13313324/04/13 12:29 AM

Name:EachDrawDate:stands for 5 units.to show the number of units.Examplestand for 15 units.1stands for 5 units.15 5 32.stand for 10 units.3.stand for 40 units.EachDrawstands for 3 units.to show the number of units.4.stand for 9 units.5.stand for 12 units.6.stand for 21 units.134. Marshall Cavendish International (Singapore) Private Limited.Draw 3Chapter 17 Lesson 212(M)MIF2015CC RTG2B Ch17.indd 13424/04/13 12:29 AM

Name:7.Date:Mrs. Stanton bought some fruit.Count how many pieces of fruit she bought.Then complete the tally chart.FruitTallyPieces of Fruits4 Marshall Cavendish International (Singapore) Private Limited.OrangeApplePeachPearReteach 2B12(M)MIF2015CC RTG2B Ch17.indd 13513524/04/13 12:29 AM

Name:8.Date:Use your answers on page 135.Show the number of pieces of fruit by coloring thepicture graph.in theOrangeAppleKey: EachPeachstands for 2 pieces of fruit.1stands for 2 pieces.There are 4 oranges.4 2 2Color 2.136Pear Marshall Cavendish International (Singapore) Private Limited.Fruits BoughtChapter 17 Lesson 212(M)MIF2015CC RTG2B Ch17.indd 13624/04/13 12:29 AM

Name:9.Date:The pictures show the favorite sport of each child in thesecond grade class.Count the number of children who like each sport.Then complete the tally chart.SportTallyNumber of Children Marshall Cavendish International (Singapore) Private Limited.BaseballBasketballSoccerTennisReteach 2B12(M)MIF2015CC RTG2B Ch17.indd 13713724/04/13 12:29 AM

Name:10.Date:Use your answers on page 137 to complete the picture graph.Then give the picture graph a title.Title:BaseballBasketballSoccerTennisstands for 3 children. Marshall Cavendish International (Singapore) Private Limited.Key: Each138Chapter 17 Lesson 212(M)MIF2015CC RTG2B Ch17.indd 13824/04/13 12:29 AM

Name:Date:Worksheet 3Real-World Problems:Picture GraphsUse the picture graphs to answer the questions.The picture graph shows the number of stamps five children have.Stamp Collection of Five ChildrenAndrewJenny Marshall Cavendish International (Singapore) Private Limited.Key: EachCandiceLenardSandystands for 3 stamps.1.How many stamps does Andrew have?2.Which two children have the same number of stamps?and3.How many more stamps does Jenny have than Lenard?4.How many stamps do they have in all?Reteach 2B12(M)MIF2015CC RTG2B Ch17.indd 13913924/04/13 12:29 AM

Name:Date:The picture graph shows the number of books Joel read in four months.Some information in the picture graph is missing.Number of Books ReadJanuaryFebruaryJoel read 12 books in February.should be on the graph for February?Joel read 20 books in April.How many more7.What is the total number of books that Joel read inFebruary and April?140should be on the graph for April? Marshall Cavendish International (Singapore) Private Limited.How many6.Aprilstands for 4 books.Key: Each5.MarchChapter 17 Lesson 312(M)MIF2015CC RTG2B Ch17.indd 14024/04/13 12:29 AM

Name:Date:Use the picture graph to fill in the blanks.The picture graph shows the number of ideas from five classes duringthe School Innovation Week.Ideas for School Innovation WeekClass AClass BClass CClass DClass E Marshall Cavendish International (Singapore) Private Limited.Key: Eachstands for 2 ideas.8.Class B had9.Classand Classhad more than 8 ideas.10.Classand Classboth had11.For Class C, 4 of the ideas are from the girls andideas are from the boys.more ideas than Class D.ideas.Reteach 2B12(M)MIF2015CC RTG2B Ch17.indd 14114124/04/13 12:29 AM

Name:Date:Doris asks some friends what color they like best.The tally chart shows the results.12.Use the tally chart to complete the picture graph.ColorTallyBlueGreenRedOrangeBlueGreenKey: Each13.Redstands for 3 friends.Of the children who like green best, 4 are girls.How many boys like green?14.12 boys chose blue or orange.Orange Marshall Cavendish International (Singapore) Private Limited.Title:How many girls chose blue or orange?142Chapter 17 Lesson 312(M)MIF2015CC RTG2B Ch17.indd 14224/04/13 12:29 AM

Name:Date:Worksheet 4Bar Graphs and Line PlotsThe chart shows the months of students’ birthdays fromJanuary to May.Student1.Birthday MonthStudentBirthday aryJAprilEJanuaryKMarchFAprilLAprilComplete the table using the data.MonthsNumber of StudentsJanuaryFebruary Marshall Cavendish International (Singapore) Private Limited.MarchAprilMay2.Use the data in the table to complete the line plot.JanFebMarAprilMayStudents’ Birthday MonthsReteach 2B12(M)MIF2015CC RTG2B Ch17.indd 14314324/04/13 12:29 AM

Name:Date:Use the line plot on page 143 to answer the questions.3.How many students took the survey in all?4.Which month has students with the greatest number of5.Which month has students with the least number of birthdays?6.Two more students join the survey.They are born in the same month.This changes the month with the most birthdays.In which month were these two students born?7.Draw the information from the line plot as a bar graph.Months of Students’ 4Number of Students5 Marshall Cavendish International (Singapore) Private Limited.birthdays?Chapter 17 Lesson 412(M)MIF2015CC RTG2B Ch17.indd 14424/04/13 12:29 AM

5. stands for units. 6. stands for units. Each stands for 5 units. Count and fill in the blanks. 7. stands for units. 8. stands for units. 9. stands for units. Multiply by 5 to find the ans

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