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• Ice Cream Bar Graph #2

Help keep track of ice cream sales with some bar graph practice! Your child will have a scoop full of fun figuring out which friend sold the most ice cream.

• Learning Charts

Take math practice to the beach with this intro to pictographs! Practice drawing each word problem on the chart.

• Favorite Foods

Your child can learn to create a bar graph while having fun asking people questions.

Explore some stellar math concepts with this worksheet on adding multiple digits. Fill in the pictograph to help you visualize the problem first.

• Air Vehicles

Sort out your vehicles with this transportation review. Which of these vehicles can fly in the sky?

• Graphing Favorite Pets

Mix up math lessons with this pet-inspired graphing exercise. This is an interactive way to teach your students how to collect data and graph their findings.

• Tally Ho!

Does you kid have a favorite food? This worksheet challenges him to count the number of votes on a chart, then answer some questions about the results.

• Picture Graphs

How much school supplies are there in all? Practice drawing data onto a pictograph with this counting and adding worksheet.

• Ice Cream Bar Graph #9

Sam, Kate, and Becky have just had a long day of selling ice cream cones, and they want to know how many were sold. Help them with this pictograph worksheet.

• What Do We Know About Pets?

Ms. Martin collected data about her class' favorite pets. Ask your students to use the bar graph with Ms. Martin's findings to answer the questions on the worksheet.

• Ice Cream Bar Graph #5

Can you help Sam, Kate, and Becky keep track of ice cream sales? Get some practice with bar graphs, addition and subtraction all in one worksheet!

• Ice Cream Graph #11

Sam, Kate and Becky are having an ice cream sale. Help them keep track of their sales by filling in a pictograph, and then answer a few math questions.

• Graphing Favorite Fruits

Ask your students to survey their classmate's favorite fruits. Students will use this worksheet to record data by graphing the fruity answers they receive from classmates.

• What Do We Know About Vegetables?

This math worksheet asks students to problem solve using data. Students will satisfy their math appetite by counting, adding, and problem solving using the vegetable data in a bar graph.

• Ice Cream Bar Graph #3

Practice graphing data with Sam, Kate and Becky as they sell ice cream cones! Keep track of their sales by putting the data into a bar graph.

• Ice Cream Graph #20

Young entrepreneurs Sam, Kate, and Becky sold some ice cream cones, but they need help figuring out how many. Exercise pictograph skills in this worksheet.

• Ice Cream Graph #12

Sam, Kate and Becky are selling ice cream cones, and they need help keeping track of sales. Have a scoopful of fun as you practice drawing pictographs!

• Ice Cream Graph #14

Ice cream for sale! Help Sam, Kate and Becky keep track of how many ice cream cones they've sold, and draw this data into a pictograph.

• Ice Cream Bar Graph #8

Practice graphing data with Sam, Kate and Becky as they sell ice cream cones! Your child will keep track of their sales by putting the data into a bar graph.

• What Do We Know About Siblings?

Your students will need to use the bar graph to complete the questions on this worksheet. Students will flex their math muscles by counting, adding, and problem solving.

• Ice Cream Graph #18

Practice graphing data with Sam, Kate and Becky as they sell ice cream cones! Your child will keep track of their sales by drawing the data into a pictograph.

• Ice Cream Bar Graph #10

Sam, Kate, and Becky need help keeping track of their ice cream sales. Practice using bar graphs, addition, and subtraction in this ice cream themed worksheet.

• Ice Cream Bar Graph #4

Ice cream sellers Sam, Kate, and Becky need your kid's help to keep track of their sales. Get your kid to use graphing and analysis skills in this worksheet.

• Ice Cream Bar Graph #6

Sam, Kate and Becky are having an ice cream sale. Help them keep track of their sales by filling in a bar graph, and then answer a few math questions.

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