Students work in small groups to construct picture graphs.
There are 8 survey questions. Students use tally marks to collect the data. Then give each student a large piece of bulletin board paper and the pictures that accompany their survey question.
Students write the title, categories, and key on the picture graph paper. Then use the pictures to show their data.
If bulletin board paper is not available, there is a smaller version of each graph with smaller pictures to make a picture graph.
There are also two versions of 8 different picture graph worksheets to assess students. The first version of the worksheets have keys where each picture equals one. The second version of the worksheets have keys where the symbols equal more than one.