Pictographs give us information by using pictures. The pictures represent numbers of certain items. They can help us to organize information!
We can make pictographs to help us compare.
Look at the pictograph below!
This pictograph tells us the favorite foods of some students.
We can use the information to learn more. We can answer questions about the pictograph!
We can see that 3 students like hot dogs.
5 students like pizza.
Excellent! Pictographs are just another way of showing us important data so we can answer questions. Try the practice questions below using the pictograph above with the favorite food.
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Practice Question 1
Answer the question. Use the pictograph above to help.
Practice Question 2
How many votes were there in all?
Practice Question 3
Which food was more popular: pizza or chicken nuggets?
Practice Question 4
Which food was LEAST popular: pizza or hot dogs?
Practice Question 5
How many students voted for pizza, hot dogs, and hamburgers?
Pictographs tell us data and information that we can use to answer questions. Try this quiz below on pictographs.