This activity is a fun way to practice graphing and analyzing picture graphs and bar graphs.
There are 3 types of activities included in this deck.
1. Students will look at the bar graph then count and type the number of objects in each category.
2. Students will look at the tally chart then drag the correct number of objects to create a picture graph.
3. Students will drag the objects to create a picture graph. Then, they will count and type the number of objects. Students will click which object has the most and which object has the least.
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