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# Third Grade (Grade 3) Pictographs Questions

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Which kind of graph is made of pictures?
1. tally chart
2. bar chart
3. pictogram
4. pie chart
Grade 3 Pictographs CCSS: 3.MD.B.3, MP2
The third grade students at Wilson Elementary School go on an apple picking field trip. When they return, they create a pictograph showing the number of apples each class picked.
KEY: $=10$
Ms. Miller's Class:
Mrs. Pena's Class:
Mr. Smith's Class:
Mrs. Quill's Class:$?$

The third grade students pick a total of 250 apples. How many apple symbols should go next to Mrs. Quill's class?
1. 5
2. 9
3. 16
4. 25
The third grade students in Central Elementary School are making flags to celebrate Kwanzaa. The number of flags made by each third grade class is shown. Use the pictographs and key to answer the questions.

KEY: $= 3$
Mr. Shaw's Class:
Ms. Abram's Class:
Mrs. Davidson's Class:
Ms. Kline's Class:

a) How many flags did Mrs. Davidson's class make?      15

b) Which class made 12 flags?                    Mr. Shaw's class

c) How many more flags did Ms. Kline's class make than Mr. Shaw's class?      9

d) The multiplication sentence below shows the number of flags made by which class?

$3 xx 3 = 9$                Ms. Abram's

e) How many total flags were made?      57
Grade 3 Pictographs CCSS: 3.MD.B.3
What type of graph must always have a key to show what each symbol means?
1. line plot
2. bar graph
3. pictograph
4. circle graph
Grade 3 Pictographs CCSS: 3.MD.B.3
The pictograph shows the number of cupcakes sold at a bakery over four days.
 Number of Cupcakes Sold Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

= 10 cupcakes

How many total cupcakes were sold over the four days?
1. 130 cupcakes
2. 140 cupcakes
3. 150 cupcakes
4. 160 cupcakes
Grade 3 Pictographs CCSS: 3.MD.B.3
The pictograph represents the number of apples picked by each person.

Key: = 4 apples

Tanya
Randy
Ben
Nina

Which 2 people picked a total of 20 apples?
1. Tanya and Nina
2. Randy and Ben
3. Tanya and Ben
4. Ben and Nina
Grade 3 Pictographs CCSS: 3.MD.B.3
The graph shows the number of ice cream cones sold each day one weekend:
 Ice Cream Cones Sold Friday Saturday Sunday

Each = 10 ice cream cones

How many ice cream cones were sold on Sunday?
1. 3
2. 30
3. 300
Grade 3 Pictographs CCSS: 3.MD.B.3
The graph shows the number of ice cream cones sold each day one weekend:
 Ice Cream Cones Sold Friday Saturday Sunday

Each = 10 ice cream cones

How many more ice cream cones were sold on Saturday than on Sunday?
1. 2
2. 3
3. 20
4. 30
What type of graph uses pictures to show the value of data?
1. bar graph
2. pictograph
3. pie chart
Grade 3 Pictographs CCSS: 3.MD.B.3
The pictograph shows the number of cupcakes sold at a bakery over four days.
 Number of Cupcakes Sold Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

= 10 cupcakes

How many more cupcakes were sold on Thursday than were sold on Wednesday?
1. 5 cupcakes
2. 10 cupcakes
3. 15 cupcakes
4. 20 cupcakes
Grade 3 Pictographs CCSS: 3.MD.B.3
The pictograph shows the number of cupcakes sold at a bakery over four days.
 Number of Cupcakes Sold Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

= 10 cupcakes

Which shows the days in order from the least to greatest number of cupcakes sold?
1. Thursday, Friday, Tuesday, Wednesday
2. Thursday, Tuesday, Friday, Wednesday
3. Wednesday, Tuesday, Friday, Thursday
4. Wednesday, Friday, Tuesday, Thursday
Grade 3 Pictographs CCSS: 3.MD.B.3
Tanya, Randy, Ben, and Nina picked apples. Tanya picked 6 apples, Randy picked 8 apples, Ben picked 4 apples, and Nina picked 10 apples.

If you were going to make a picture graph using this information, what number could you use for the key?
1. 3
2. 4
3. 2
Grade 3 Pictographs CCSS: 3.MD.B.3

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More balloons were sold on Wednesday than were sold on Thursday. Fewer balloons were sold on Wednesday than on Saturday. Which could be the number of balloons sold on Wednesday?
1. 10
2. 20
3. 30
4. 40
Grade 3 Pictographs CCSS: 3.MD.B.3

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How many balloons were sold on Saturday and Sunday altogether?
1. 10
2. 20
3. 40
4. 80
Grade 3 Pictographs CCSS: 3.MD.B.3

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How many cupcakes were sold on Thursday?      45
Grade 3 Pictographs CCSS: 3.MD.B.3

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How many fewer cupcakes were sold on Tuesday than were sold on Friday?      10
Grade 3 Pictographs CCSS: 3.MD.B.3

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How many cupcakes were sold altogether on Tuesday and Wednesday?      55
Grade 3 Pictographs CCSS: 3.MD.B.3

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How many cupcakes were sold on Friday?      40
Grade 3 Pictographs CCSS: 3.MD.B.3

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How many more balloons were sold on Saturday than Thursday?
1. 3
2. 4
3. 12
4. 16
Grade 3 Pictographs CCSS: 3.MD.B.3

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How many more cupcakes were sold on Friday than were sold on Wednesday?      15
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