Your littles need lots of practice making and reading graphs. They will be tested on these when they take the national or standardized tests. The more practice they get the more proficient they become. Plus the more confident they feel because it’s not something they are unfamiliar with.
There are 5 graphs where they must read the information given, make a graph from the pictures, and then answer questions about the graph. There is an answer key provided so that you can check them more easily.
There is a second set of 5 graphs. These are graphs your students will make and each one will be different. These graphs have a spinner with pictures on them. The students will spin a paper clip and color in a square that aligns with the picture on the graph. Because each graph will be made differently, there is not an answer key for these graphs.