# 9 Free Pictograph Worksheets for Grade 1 | Fun Activities

Our free pictograph worksheets for grade 1 will enhance the graphing, plotting, and geometrical skills of our little champs. Practicing these worksheets will help them build potential mathematical sense.

## Pictograph: Fun Way to Learn Graphing

The simplest form of data representation is a pictograph. A graph or chart that employs visual symbols (pictures) to convey data is called a pictograph, sometimes known as a pictogram. An informational or physical thing is represented by each image in a pictograph. Similar to a bar chart, however instead of using bars, a pictograph uses images.

## 9 Activities on Pictograph Worksheets for Grade 1

our pictograph activities are Easy to understand, Simple to make and, Aesthetically pleasing.

## Counting Number of Objects and Creating a Pictograph

In this activity, random objects are given in a box on the left. Object types and numbers are given on the right side. The values of the objects and a table are given below on the page. You have to count the specific objects and create the following pictograph. Let’s practice this worksheet.

## Counting and Matching Pictograph

In this counting and matching pictograph activity, some pictographs are given on the right side of the page and some values are given randomly on the left side of that page. The value of the object is given in the instruction. You have to count the right value of pictographs and match the pictograph with the correct value.

An image is given below for a better understanding.

Now, practice this worksheet.

## Draw Tally Marks & Pictograph

This is an exciting activity. Random objects are given in a box on the left. Object types and tally mark boxes are given on the right side. A table is given below the page to create a pictograph. The value of a given object and a table are given below on the page.

Below is a picture for better comprehension.

The worksheet is given below.

## Bar Graphs and Pictograph Formation

The bar graph is similar to a pictograph. One difference is that in pictographs, the data is displayed using images, but in bar graphs, the data is displayed using bars. In this activity, a bar graph is given on the left side of the page. You have to calculate the number of particular items and enter their numbers in the boxes provided on the right side. The value of a given object and a table are given below on the page.

Do this interesting exercise from the below worksheet.

## Cut-Paste Game with Pictograph

This cut-paste game is a further fun task from the article on pictograph worksheets for grade 1. In this activity, an incomplete pictograph of zoo animals is given on the left side and the animals are given below the page. You have to cut them out and paste similar animals into the pictograph to complete it. Then answer the questions related to the pictograph. For clarity of understanding, an image is given here.

A worksheet related to this activity is attached below.

## Addition and Subtraction with Pictograph

Do you know we can do addition and subtraction with pictograph? But how! In this activity, we will learn the process. A pictograph will be given at the top of the page. Some questions are below the pictograph. To answer them you need to do addition and substruction.

Now, practice this worksheet given below.

## Counting Day Activity Time with Pictograph

It is very important to us to count daily activity time. We can count daily activity time with a pictograph.

A worksheet is attached below.

## Make a Sea Shells Pictograph

This is a fun activity on sea shells. Here is the worksheet.

This is another fun activity. This activity is related to how we can use pictographs for counting fruits. A worksheet is given below.

Our pictograph worksheets for grade 1 are created by using methods like Matching, Tally Pictograph, Bar Graph and Pictograph, Cut and Paste, Addition and Subtraction, Day Activity Pictograph, Sea Shell Pictograph, and Fruit Basket Pictograph. We are sure these free printable worksheets will Enhances abilities such as reading, drawing, arranging items, and data matching Improve creativity.