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# Bar Graphs and Picture Graph Printables

K - 2nd
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### Description

You and your students will love these Print and Go Bar Graph and Picture Graph Activities. A variety of formats are provided to give students an opportunity to practice collecting, comparing and organizing data.

Practice can be easy with 22 No Prep Worksheets and easy check Answer Keys. No more searching for the right skill and matching to the season or holiday. These graphing worksheets sheets can be used any day! Just check the table of contents for the skill you need. The clip art is appropriate for any time of year! Simple graphics portray things kids love.

What's Included:
• 22 Worksheets

Bar Graphs

Count, Color, Write 11 Pages

3 Row Picture Graphs

Picture Graphs

Cut, Glue, Count, Write 5 Pages

3 Row Picture Graphs

Cut, Glue, Count, Write 6 Pages

• Collecting information
• Counting pictures
• Sorting pictures
• Making observations from a graph

How to Use:

• Assembly: To prepare the roll and graph mats laminate the board or place in a heavy duty page
protector. Students can use erasable markers to record their answers. They can
also use bingo chips, coins or anything else you have available. If you are not
using washable markers, sticky notes can be placed on the bottom of each column

• Classroom Use: Materials can be used for whole class activities, small group practice, individual use or centers. They are also fun practice for early finishers.

Put a couple in your sub folder, use for morning work, homework or even at a center. The worksheets are ink friendly and the clean format is great for kids with processing difficulties as well.

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### Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Organize, represent, and interpret data with up to three categories; ask and answer questions about the total number of data points, how many in each category, and how many more or less are in one category than in another.
Classify objects into given categories; count the numbers of objects in each category and sort the categories by count.