# Graphing

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```					Graphing
Pictographs and Bar Graphs
Stephanie Turnbow, Tipton County
Schools
What is a Pictograph?
• Uses pictures to
show how many of
each category.
• Pictures can equal
more than one.
• This pictograph
uses apples to
show how many
apples were sold
each month.
Parts of a Pictograph
Title

Categories

Key

Data
How Do We Read a Pictograph?
• First: Read the
Title….What is the
• Second: Check the
Key….How many will
each picture
represent? If there is
no key, count by 1’s.
• Finally: Count the
Data….Use skip
counting for graphs
that don’t count by
ones.
Let’s Try One Together!
1. What is the title of
this graph?
2. How many does
each apple
represent?
3. How many Red
Delicious were in
the store?
4. How many
Jonathan apples
were in the store?
One More…

1.   What is the title of this graph?
2.   How many tornadoes does each picture represent?
3.   How many tornadoes were there in Red River County?
4.   How many tornadoes were there in in Cass County?
What is a Bar Graph?
• Shows how many
in each category
of pictures.
• Numbers on the
side will show you
how to count.
• The bars can be
horizontal or
vertical.
Parts of a Bar Graph
Graph Title

Label   How Many?

Bars

Label   What kind?

Label   What?
How Do We Read a Bar Graph?
• Very similar to a
pictograph!
• First: Read the
Title…What is the
• Second: Read the
Labels….How will we
count? What are we
counting?
• Remember: Not all
bar graphs count by
ones!! Check the
numbers on the side!
Let’s Try One Together!

1.   What is the title of the graph?
2.   How do the children get to school?
3.   How many children ride their bicycles to school?
One More…

1.   What is the title of this graph?
2.   How are we counting?
3.   How many more students like red than orange?
4.   How many students like green best?
5.   What color got the fewest votes?

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