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Name
5-5
Add.
40 =
60
2+4=
6
1. 20 +
10 + 90 = 100
50 + 30 =
80
10
5+3=
8
1+9=
Read the picture graph.
Write the number. Ring more or fewer.
Number of Crayons
Ellen
Brad
Yoko
2. Brad has
2
3. Ellen needs
more fewer crayons than Yoko.
3
more fewer crayons to have
as many crayons as Brad.
4. Five of Yoko’s crayons are new. The rest of
her crayons are old. How many are old?
crayons
label
5. Stretch Your Thinking Explain how a bar graph
and a picture graph are alike.
Answers will vary. Possible answer: Both graphs show pictures or bars
in rows or columns. You can see how to compare numbers in both
graphs by looking at the rows or columns.
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UNIT 5 LESSON 5
Introduce Bar Graphs
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