A pictograph uses pictures to represent data. A line graph
shows change over a period of time. A line graph is also used to look for
trends and make predictions. No matter which type of graph you use, make sure
to document your data source.

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- Horizontal Picture Graph Lesson
- Leads students on the use of horizontal picture graphs by providing a supporting vertical graph.
**Standard:**MATH 1

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- Horizontal Picture Graph Quiz
- Students use the data from the picture graph to make a bar graph and answer 5 questions.
**Standard:**MATH 1

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- Independent Practice 1
- Students examine data on a music themed picture graph. Include 6 questions and space for a bar graph.
**Standard:**MATH 1

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- Independent Practice 2
- What your favorite crayon color? See what others had to say.
**Standard:**MATH 1

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- Homework Worksheet
- Students look at data from a recent survey on favorite vegetables.
**Favorite vegetable**, we know, pure fiction! **Standard:**MATH 1

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- How Do Data Tables Make Our Lives Easier?
- Data tables make everything we read more manageable. Look at the most popular newspapers and web sites.
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- Answer Keys
- Answers for the homework and quiz number 1.
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- Answer Keys
- Answers for the lesson and practice sheets.
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- More Advanced Worksheets
- The next level of math skills.
- -Draw
Shapes On The Grid

-Plotting Graph Coordinates

-Identifying Grid Location

-Coordinate Identification

- Remedial Math Worksheets
- Skills needed to get to this level.
- -Reading
Data Tables

-Using Data Tables

-Reading Picture Graphs

-Reading Vertical Graphs