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## Texas Go Math Grade 1 Unit 5 Answer Key Data Analysis

**Show What You Know**

**Check your understanding of important skills**

**Make a Concrete Graph.**

Sort a handful of and. Make a concrete graph.

Question 1.

How many are there? ___________

Answer: Eight

Explanation:

There are eight red colored squares.

**More, Fewer**

Question 2.

Color the squares to show a set of fewer.

Answer:

Explanation:

There are ten squares,

There are four fewer squares of car pictures,

There are six more squares of colored one’s.

**Draw Equal Groups**

Question 3.

Draw a below each picture to show the same number of objects.

Answer:

Explanation:

There are three flowers in the above box

We have to draw three in the three boxes

FAMILY NOTE: This page checks your childs understanding of important skills needed for success in Unit 5.

Answer:

**Vocabulary Builder**

**Visualize It**

Complete the chart. Mark each row with a ✓.

Review Words

graph

more

fewer

most

fewest

Answers:

**Understand Vocabulary**

**Use the review words. Label the groups.**

Question 1.

Answer:

Explanation:

In the first set there are only three buckets

in the second set there are total five buckets

five is greater than three

5>3

so, first set is fewer and second set is more

Question 2.

Answer:

Explanation:

In the first set there are six images

In the second set there are five images

in the third set there are only 2 images

six is greater than 5 and five is greater than two

6>5

5>2

so, first set is more and second set is fewer and last set is fewest.

**Vocabulary Reader**

Rain, Rain, Go Away

written by Tim Johnson

This Take-Home Book belongs to

Answer:

It seemed like it had been raining for weeks.

“Let’s keep track of the weather over the next 15 days of school,” said Ms. Parks.

Answer:

How many school days were sunny?

Count the tally marks.

How many were cloudy?

Write the numbers.

Were there more sunny or more cloudy days?

Answer:

How many school days were sunny?

Eight days from fifteen days were sunny.

How many were cloudy?

Seven days were cloudy.

Write the numbers.

There are 8 days of sunny days and 7 days of cloudy days.

Were there more sunny or more cloudy days?

There are more of sunny days than cloudy days,

The students took turns making tally marks.

At the end of 15 days, they looked at their work.

Answer: There are eight sunny days and seven cloudy days at the end of fifteen days.

How many school days were sunny? Count the tally marks.

How many were cloudy?

Write the numbers.

Were there more sunny or more cloudy days?

Answer:

How many days were not windy?

How many were windy?

Which side of the chart has more tally marks?

Write the numbers.

Answer:

How many days were not windy?

Five days were not windy.

How many were windy?

Ten days were windy.

Which side of the chart has more tally marks?

Not Windy side of the chart has more tally marks.

Write the numbers.

There are 10 of not windy days and 5 of windy days.

How many days were warm?

How many were cool?

Were there fewer warm days or fewer cool days?

Answer:

How many days were warm?

There are nine warm days.

How many were cool?

There are six cool days.

Were there fewer warm days or fewer cool days?

There are fewer cool days because there are only six cool days and nine warm days.

11 days were rainy, wet days.

4 of the days were dry, with no rain at all.

Draw the tally marks.

Answer:

Draw a picture of today’s weather. Below the picture write three words that describe the weather.

Answer:

**Write about the Math**

Write Math Look at the tally chart. Draw a picture to show which kind of day you like. Then write questions about the tally chart.

Answer:

**How Many Tally Marks?**

Use the tally chart to answer each question,

Question 1.

How many days were sunny?

Answer: There are thirteen sunny days.

Question 2.

How many days were rainy?

Answer: There are nine rainy days.

Question 3.

Were there fewer sunny days or fewer rainy days? Explain.

Answer: There are fewer rainy days, because there are only nine rainy days and thirteen sunny days.

Question 4.

How many more days were sunny than rainy?

___________ more sunny days

Answer: four

**MATH BOARD** Make your own tally chart. Ask 10 classmates if they like hot or cold days. Then ask a classmate questions about your tally chart.

Answer:

Questions for the classmates

1.how many students do like cold whether

2.how many students do like hot whether