Charts, Tables & Graphs, Grades 4-6 (Funnybone Books) by Michael Priestley, Mark Mason

By Michael Priestley, Mark Mason

Every one web page comprises an eye-catching graph, chart, or desk with inquiries to aid young children learn and interpret the knowledge. comprises bar and line graphs, circle graphs, schedules, pictographs, and plenty extra. an ideal strategy to construct on little ones pursuits and get ready them for standardized exams.

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2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Adults About 25% More nightly snorers About 30% About 700 to 730 Graphs will vary. Example: Percentage of People Who Snore Occasional snorers 20% 16 Tables: Feeling Sheepish (p. 27) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 7 million) was less than half the human population (106 million). 8. 2 million 9. The sheep population has steadily decreased while the human population has steadily increased. 10. 5% 19 Pictograph: TV Nations (p. 32) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1982–present About 12 12 to 15 percent 1837–1857, 1864–1962, 1962–1982 Less than 5% Graphs will vary.

How many frogs were there in July? 4. In which two months did the frog population stay almost the same? 5. Based on the information in this graph, estimate the frog population at Tino’s pond in October. 41 Charts, Tables & Graphs © Michael Priestley, Scholastic Teaching Resources Name Date 27 Line Graphs: Hello? Are You There? Does it sometimes seem that everywhere you look, people are talking on cell phones or instant messaging friends on the Internet? Well, they are— and in huge numbers! Look at the line graphs below to see just how many people are on the grid.

On average, about how much ice cream does a person in Australia eat per year? 2. Which country consumes more ice cream per person—Norway or Canada? 3. In which country do people eat an average of about 25 pints of ice cream per year? 4. When compared with ice-cream eaters in the United States, which countries consume less than half the amount of ice cream per person? 5. In which countries do people eat 35 or more pints of ice cream per person per year? 33 Charts, Tables & Graphs © Michael Priestley, Scholastic Teaching Resources Name Date 21 Pictograph: On Vacation—Wish You Were Here!

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