Practice the problems of Math in Focus Grade 1 Workbook Answer Key Chapter 11 Picture Graphs and Bar Graphs to score better marks in the exam.

## Math in Focus Grade 1 Chapter 11 Answer Key Picture Graphs and Bar Graphs

**Math Journal**

Keep a record of how many books you read this week. Include the books you read in class and those your teacher or your family reads to you. Draw to represent 1 book.

Answer:

Look at your graph. Write sentences about the number of books you have read. You may use the words below.

Answer:

**Put on your Thinking Cap!**

**Challenging Practice**

Team A, Team B, and Team C play a game. The graph shows the number of points each child on Team A scores.

Answer the questions.

Question 1.

How many points did Team A score in all? _____

Answer: Team A had scored 17 in total

Question 2.

Team B scores 7 points fewer than Team A. How many points does Team B score? _____

Answer: Team B scored 10 points which is 7 points fewer than Team A.

Question 3.

Team A scores 3 points fewer than Team C. How many points does Team C score? _____

Answer: Team C scored 20 points which is 3 points more than Team A

**Complete the tally chart.**

Question 4.

Tina and her friends, Eva and Pedro, brought some crackers to school.

The tally chart shows the number of crackers each child brought.

Answer:

**Make a bar graph.**

Question 5.

Answer:

Question 6.

How many crackers did Pedro bring? _____

Answer: Pedro brought 5 crackers

Question 7.

How many more crackers did Tina bring than Eva? _____

Answer: Tina brought 5 more crackers than Eva

Question 8.

How many crackers did the children bring in all? _____

Answer: In total the children’s brought 15 crackers

Question 9.

Tina brought ___ more crackers than Pedro.

Answer: Tina brought 2 more crackers than Pedro.

**Put on Your Thinking cap!**

**Problem Solving**

The Art Club sold boxes of cards to three families along the same street.

**Fill in the blanks.**

Question 1.

The Bailey family bought ___ boxes of cards.

Answer: The Bailey family bought 7 boxes of cards.

Question 2.

The ___ family bought the fewest boxes of cards.

Answer: The Anderson family bought the fewest boxes of cards.

Question 3.

The ___ family bought the most boxes of cards.

Answer: The Diaz family bought the most boxes of cards.

Question 4.

The Anderson family bought ___ fewer boxes of cards fewer than the Bailey family.

Answer: The Anderson family bought 2 fewer boxes of cards fewer than the Bailey family.

Question 5.

The families bought ___ boxes of cards in all.

Answer: The families bought 20 boxes of cards in all.

Question 6.

Make a bar graph.

Answer:

**Chapter Review/Test**

**Vocabulary**

**Choose the correct word.**

Question 1.

A ____ uses bars and a scale to show data.

Answer:

A librarian uses bars and a scale to show data.

Question 2.

There are ___ girls than boys.

Answer:

There are 3 fewer girls than boys.

Question 3.

There are ___ boys than girls.

Answer: There are 3 more boys than girls.

**Concepts and Skills**

The tally chart shows some children’s favorite musical instruments.

Question 4.

__________ is the most popular musical instrument.

Answer: Guitar is the most popular musical instrument.

Question 5.

__________ is the favorite musical instrument of the fewest children.

Answer: Drum is the favorite musical instrument of the fewest children.

**Problem Solving**

A recycling project was carried out in a class. Some children brought bottles for recycling. The tally chart shows the number of bottles each child brought.

Complete the tally chart.

Question 6.

Answer:

**Make a bar graph.**

Question 7.

Answer:

**Fill in the blanks.**

Question 8.

How many bottles did Kimberly bring? ____

Answer: Kimberly brought 7 bottles

Question 9.

______ brought the fewest bottles.

Answer: Madison brought the fewest bottles.