# Lesson 8 Interpret Picture Graphs

• Let’s answer questions based on picture graphs.

## Warm-up How Many Do You See: Dots within 10

How many do you see? How do you see them?

## Problem 1

Clare asked a group of kids, “What veggies do you love?” Their responses are shown in this picture graph.

What can you learn about the veggies kids love from Clare’s picture graph?

## Problem 2

A group of adults were asked, “What veggies do you love?” Their responses are shown in this picture graph.

Answer the questions based on the graph.

1. How many adults like spinach?

2. What is the total number of adults who like carrots or corn? Show your thinking using drawings, numbers, or words.

3. Write one fact you learned about the veggies adults love based on the data represented in the picture graph.

A group of kids were asked, “What foods do you love to eat?” Their responses are shown in this picture graph.

1. Circle the 4 questions that can be answered using the graph.

1. How many kids chose pizza?

2. How many chose tacos or grilled cheese?

3. Why did so many kids choose spaghetti?

4. How many more kids chose pizza than tacos?

5. What is the total number of kids who chose spaghetti or pizza?

2. Answer each question you circled.

## Problem 1

The picture graph shows the favorite colors of some students.

Select 3 statements that are true about the data recorded in the graph.

1. More students like green than any of the other colors.

2. 5 students chose blue as their favorite color.

3. 2 more students chose blue than orange.

4. 22 students voted in all.

5. 3 fewer students chose blue than green.

## Problem 2

The picture graph shows the pattern blocks that were used to create a pattern.

Select 3 questions that you can answer with the graph.

1. Are there more trapezoids than squares?

2. Are all of the triangles together in the pattern?

3. How many hexagons are there?

4. How many more triangles are there than rhombuses?

5. How many squares and trapezoids are there in the shape altogether?