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## Texas Go Math Grade 1 Lesson 19.1 Answer Key Read Picture Graphs

**Explore**

Use . Draw to show the cubes. 1 Write how many more .

Answer:

Explanation:

I drew cubes 4 blue cubes and 2 green cubes. So, there are 2 blue cubes more than green cubes.

FOR THE TEACHER • Read the following problem. There are 2 green cubes and 4 blue cubes. How many more blue cubes are there than green cubes?

Answer:

**Math Talk**

**Mathematical Processes**

Describe how you can use your picture to compare the cubes.

Answer: I counted the number of cubes by comparing the cubes in the picture.

**Model and Draw**

Each stands for 1 child.

A picture graph uses pictures to show information.

There are _________ children on the .

There are _________ children on the .

There are more children on the __________.

Answer:

There are 4 children on the .

There are 2 children on the .

There are more children on the swing.

**Share and Show**

Each 5 stands for 1 child.

**Use the picture graph to answer the questions.**

Question 1.

Which activity did more children choose? Circle your answer.

Answer:

Explanation:

Each 5 stands for 1 child

So, 7 x = 35

35 children choosed the rides as their favourite activity at the fair. So,i circled rides.

Question 2.

How many children chose ?

__________ children

Answer:

25 children

Explanation:

Each 5 stands for 1 child

So, 5 x 5 = 25

25 children choosed animals as their favourite activity at the fair.

Question 3.

How many children chose ?

__________ children

Answer:

35 children

Explanation:

Each 5 stands for 1 child

7 x 5 = 35

35 children choosed rides as their favourite activity at the fair.

Question 4.

How many fewer children chose than ?

_________ fewer children

Answer:

10 fewer children

Explanation:

Each 5 stands for 1 child

So, 2 x 5 = 10

Therefore, 10 fewer children chose than .

**Problem Solving**

Each stands for 1 child.

**Use the picture graph to answer the questions.**

Question 5.

How many children drink ?

__________ children

Answer:

8 children

Explanation:

Each stands for 1 child

So, 8 x 1 = 8

Therefore, 8 children drank .

Question 6.

How many children in all drink and ?

__________ children

Answer:

8 children

Explanation:

3 children choosed

5 children choosed

3+5=8

Each stands for 1 child

So, 8 children choosed drinks and in all.

Question 7.

How many fewer children drink than ?

__________ fewer children

Answer:

3 fewer children

Explanation:

5 children choosed

8 children choosed

8-5=3

Each stands for 1 child

So, 3 fewer children drink than .

Question 8.

How many more children drink than ?

_____ more children

Answer:

5 more children

Explanation:

8 children choosed

3 children choosed

8-3=5

Each stands for 1 child

So, 5 more children drink than .

Question 9.

**H.O.T.** How many children in all drink , and ?

_________ children

Answer:

16 children

Explanation:

Explanation:

8 children choosed

3 children choosed

5 children choosed

8+3+5=16

Each stands for 1 child

So, 16 children in all drink , and .

Question 10.

**H.O.T. Multi-Step** 4 new children join the class. They drink at lunch. Now, how many more children drink 4 than ?

__________ more children

Answer:

2 more children

Explanation:

3 children choosed and 4 more children choosed

so, 7 childrem choosed

5 children choosed

7-5=2

Each stands for 1 child

So, 2 more children drink 4 than .

**Daily Assessment Task**

Each stands for 1 child.

**Choose the correct answer.**

Question 11.

How many children chose and altogether?

(A) 5 children

(B) 1 child

(C) 6 children

Answer:

(C) 6 children

Explanation:

5 children choosed and 1 child choosed

So, 5+1=6

Each stands for 1 child

Therefore, 6 children choose and altogether

Question 12.

Apply How many more children chose than ?

(A) 7 children

(B) 8 children

(C) 1 child

Answer:

(A) 7 children

Explanation:

8 children chose

1 child chose

8-1=7

Each stands for 1 child

Therefore, 7 more children chose than .

Question 13.

**Multi-Step** How many more children chose than and altogether?

(A) 8 children

(B) 2 children

(C) 6 children

Answer:

(B) 2 children

Explanation:

8 children chose

5 children chose

1 child chose

8-(5+1) = 8-6=2

Each stands for 1 child

Therefore, 2 more children chose than and altogether.

Question 14.

**TEXAS Test Prep** Use the graph at the top. How many children chose ?

(A) 8 children

(B) 9 children

(C) 1 child

Answer:

(A) 8 children

Explanation:

Each stands for 1 child

Therefore, 8 children chose .

**TAKE HOME ACTIVITY** • Keep track of the weather for one week by drawing a picture each day to show if it is sunny, cloudy, or rainy. At the end of the week, ask your child what the weather was like for most of the week.

Answer:

### Texas Go Math Grade 1 Lesson 19.1 Homework and Practice Answer Key

Each stands for 1 child.

**Use the picture graph to answer the questions.**

Question 1.

How many children go by ?

__________ children

Answer:

4 children

Explanation:

Each stands for 1 child

Therefore, 4 children go by .

Question 2.

How many children go by ?

_________ children

Answer:

6 children

Explanation:

Each stands for 1 child

Therefore, 6 children go by .

Question 3.

Which way do most children go to school? ____________

Answer:

Most of the children went to school by Bicycle.

Explanation:

8 children go by bicycle

6 children go by car

4 children go by bus

As 8 is more than 6 and 4 So, most children go to school by bicycle.

**Problem Solving**

Question 4.

How many more children go by car than bus?

___________ more children

Answer:

6 children go by car

4 children go by bus

6-4=2

Each stands for 1 child

Therefore, 2 more children go by car than bus.

Question 5.

How many children go by , and , altogether?

_________ children

Answer:

8 children go by bicycle

6 children go by car

4 children go by bus

8+6+4=17

Therefore, 17 children go by , and , altogether.

**Lesson Check**

Each stands for 1 child.

**Choose the correct answer.**

Question 6.

How many children collect and altogether?

(A) 5

(B) 2

(C) 9

Answer:

(C) 9

Explanation:

4 children collected and

5 children collected

4+5=9

Each stands for 1 child

Therefore, 9 children collected and altogether.

Question 7.

How many fewer children collect than ?

(A) 2

(B) 5

(C) 7

Answer:

(A) 2

Explanation:

7 children collected

5 children collected

7-5=2

Each stands for 1 child

Therefore, 2 more children collected than .

Question 8.

How many more children collect than ?

(A) 7

(B) 1

(C) 4

Answer:

(B) 1

Explanation:

5 children collected

4 children collected

5-4=1

Each stands for 1 child

Therefore, 1 more child collected than .

Question 9.

**Multi-Step** How many more children collect and altogether than ?

(A) 2

(B) 5

(C) 6

Answer:

(C) 6

Explanation:

4 children collected and 7 children collected

So, 11 children collect and

5 children collected

11-5=6

Each stands for 1 child

Therefore, 6 more children collect and altogether than .