# Texas Go Math Grade 1 Lesson 19.3 Answer Key Read Bar Graphs

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## Texas Go Math Grade 1 Lesson 19.3 Answer Key Read Bar Graphs

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Write a question about the graph.
Use to help solve the problem.

Each stands for 1 child.
How many children chose shoes with laces?

FOR THE TEACHER â€¢ Read the following problem. Emmaâ€™s class made this picture graph. What question could Emmaâ€™s class answer using the graph? Write the question and the answer.
10 children

Explanation:
There are 10 circles for shoes with laces
Each stands for 1 child.
So, 10 children chose shoes with laces.

Math Talk
Mathematical Processes

Describe how the class made this picture graph.
The class took the opinion of all the children and marked their answers beside their name and made the picture graph.

Model and Draw

In a bar graph, each bar shows information. You can compare the lengths of the bars.
Touch the end of o bar. Look down to see the number of children.
What title describes this graph?

Explanation:
The best title for the bargraph is Our Favourite Art Tool.

Share and Show

Use the bar graph to answer the questions.

Question 1.
How many children chose ?
_________ children
6 children

Explanation:
As the bargraphs shows 6 children chose .

Question 2.
How many children chose ?
_________ children
2 children

Explanation:
As the bargraphs shows 2 children chose .

Question 3.
How many more children chose than ?
_________ more children
4 more children

Explanation:
6 children chose
2 children chose
6-2=4
So, 4 more children chose than .

Question 4.
Which art tool did the fewest children choose? Circle it.

Explanation:
2 children chose crayons
I drew a circle around crayons as fewest children choosed crayon.

Question 5.
Which art tool did the most children choose? Circle it.

Explanation:
6 children chose paintbrushes
I drew a circle around paintbrushes as most ofÂ  children choosed paintbrushes.

Problem Solving

Use the bar graph to answer the questions.

Question 6.
How many children chose ?
________ children
2 children

Explanation:
The bar graph shows that 2 children chose as their favourite vehicle.

Question 7.
How many children chose ?
________ children
6 children

Explanation:
The bar graph shows that 6 children chose as their favourite vehicle.

Question 8.
How many children in all chose and ?
_________ children
8 children

Explanation:
2 children chose
6 children chose
6+2=8
Therefore, 8 children in all chose and .

Question 9.
Use the bar graph to write a new question.
How many fewer children chose than .

Question 10.
H.O.T. Order the vehicles from least to most votes. Write 1 for the least votes and 3 for the most votes.

Explanation:
I ordered the vehicles from least to most vote
Car has least votes that is 2
Jeep has medium votes that is 5 and
Trucks has most votes that is 6.
So, i ordered 1 for car, 2 for jeep and 3 for trucks.

Question 11.
H.O.T. Multi-Step If one more child chose , then how many more children chose than ?
__________ more children

Choose the correct answer.

Question 12.
How many more jackets have than ?
(A) 2 more jackets
(B) 3 more jackets
(C) 5 more jackets
(B) 3 more jackets

Explanation:
5 jackets have zippers
2 jackets have buttons
5-2=3
So, 3 more jackets have than .

Question 13.
Kim puts on a jacket with . Add her jacket to the graph. Now how many jackets have ?
(A) 4 jackets
(B) 5 jackets
(C) 3 jackets
(C) 3 jackets

Explanation:
Earlier 2 jackets have buttons, if Kim puts on a jacket with and add her jacket to the graph.
2+1=3
So, Kim have 3 jackets that have .

Question 14.
Record Ed adds a row to the graph to show jackets with snaps. 2 fewer jackets have snaps than have zippers. How many jackets have snaps?
(A) 3 jackets
(B) 1 jackets
(C) 2 jackets
(A) 3 jackets

Explanation:
If Ed adds a row to the graph to show jackets with snaps
5 jackets have zippers
2 fewer jackets have snaps than have zippers
5-2=3
So, 3 jackets have snaps.

Question 15.
Texas Test Prep Use the bar graph at the top. How many jackets have ?
(A) 2 jackets
(B) 7 jackets
(C) 5 jackets
(C) 5 jackets

Explanation:
In the bargraph above 5 jackets have .

TAKE HOME ACTIVITY â€¢ Hove your child look through newspapers and magazines for examples of bar graphs. Talk about what information is shown in each graph you find.

### Texas Go Math Grade 1 Lesson 19.3 Homework and Practice Answer Key

Use the bar graph to answer the questions.

Question 1.
How many are there?
_________
6

Explanation:
Ana has 6 on her shelf.

Question 2.
How many are there?
________
5

Explanation:
Ana has 5 on her shelf.

Question 3.
How many more are there than ?
________ more
Ana has 6 on her shelf
Ana has 3 Â on her shelf
6-3=3
So, 3 more are there than .

Problem Solving

Question 4.
Which item does Ana have the fewest of? Circle it.

Explanation:
I drew a circle around a toybear as Ana have only 3 on her shelf.They are fewer in number.

Question 5.
Which item does Ana have the most of? Circle it.

Explanation:
I drew a circle around a book as Ana have 6 on her shelf.They are most in number.

Lesson Check

Choose the correct answer.

Question 6.
How many more children chose than ?
(A) 6
(B) 3
(C) 4
(C) 4

Explanation:
7 chose
3 chose
7-3=4
So, 4 more children chose than .

Question 7.
Another child chooses . How many children chose now?
(A) 8
(B) 6
(C) 7
(C) 7

Explanation:
Earlier 6 chose
If another child chose
6+1=7
So, 7 children chose now.

Question 8.
Keshawn adds a row to the graph to show . 2 fewer children like than . How many children like ?
(A) 1
(B) 3
(C) 2
(A) 1

Explanation:
3 chose
If Keshawn adds a row to the graph to show
2 fewer children like than
3-2=1
So, 1 child chose than .

Question 9.
Multi-Step If 2 more children chose , then how many more children chose than ?
(A) 1
(B) 2
(C) 3