This file contains three pages of problems with icon graphs - all with keys greater than one. (2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 10s) and also two pages of bar graphs that count by 2s or by tens.
Teachers know it's easy teaching graphing when the graph counts by ones. Children are naturally good at that. What is far more difficult is when the graph counts by an even number or stops at half. (Which invariably you all know some students will count literally as an answers such as, "There were four and a half dogs!"
There are also two pages of various bar graphs, the first which count by twos stopping in the middle forcing children to pick odd numbers.
Included also is a technique that has helped me teach students to successfully compare different parts of a graph. (For that alone, it's worth a look.)
This is aimed mainly at second grade but could also be handy review for third grade.
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These pages were created specifically to give more practice specifically on that topic. The problems start easily and become gradually more complex