All kids love balloons! They’re colorful and are used at parties, making them a positive symbol in the lives of most kids and adults alike. Bring that joy into your child’s studies using this delightful worksheet that will have your kids reviewing a graph while doing math! Simply view the balloons and count how many there are of each color. Then answer the questions below to complete simple realistic math problems and to report critical information about the balloons.
Tally marks help kids keep track of their counting, while learning that one slash of the pencil is equal to one real-life object. Use this adorable worksheet from Kids Academy to practice counting and using tally marks to represent a total! Then, think about the number of toys of each type and how they compare. Towards the bottom of the page, simply help little learners to answer the questions about how many toys they see on this delightful math page!
Learning to read graphs and report data is a basic skill for math and many other subjects! This colorful worksheet contains a bar graph that lists the different types of trees that exist in a school’s garden. Just guide your little mathematician through viewing the graph and answering the questions below. To extend this lesson, help your child or students create their own tree graph to list the numbers and types of trees at their own school or at home!
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