# Tally Chart: At the Toy Store Worksheet

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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!

Required skills:
To resolve this worksheet, students should know how to count objects and represent them using tally marks. They should also understand that each tally mark represents one object. Additionally, they should be able to compare objects based on their tally marks and answer simple questions related to the tally chart.

Subjects:
Math Numbers
Difficulty level:
Normal
Standards:
1.MD.C.4

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