Page 2 Cars and Dolls
This is the 2nd page of the Cow and Car Picture Graphs worksheet. You will answer the first question by using the pictograph on the previous page. You will answer the question about dolls all on your own.
This worksheet includes two pictograph exercises that use images to represent quantities of items. In the first exercise, each image of a car corresponds to five actual cars, and students must determine which person has the most cars and how many cars that person has. The second exercise features a pictograph where each image of a doll represents two dolls. Students are given the cost of one doll and must calculate the total cost of all the dolls based on the pictograph.
The worksheet is designed to teach students how to interpret data from pictographs, which is a fundamental skill in early mathematics and data analysis. It introduces basic concepts of multiplication by having students use the key to determine the actual number of items represented by the symbols. The activity also incorporates a real-life application of mathematics by asking students to calculate the total cost of items, introducing them to the practical use of multiplication in financial literacy. Through these exercises, students improve their ability to analyze visual data and apply mathematical operations to solve problems.