This is baseball season. The Atlanta Braves are headed to the World Series again this year!

# Go Braves!

 I play baseball too. I have games in April, May, June, and July. I will build a picture graph to show how many games are in each month. Remember: A picture graph uses pictures to show data.

Look carefully at the picture graph and the key. Click on the correct answer to each question.
Baseball Games

 April May June July The key below shows that one ball equals four games. 1 = 4 games

## How many games are shown by one ball?

Look carefully at the balls pictured in April. There are 4 and 1/2 balls. We know that one ball stands for four games, but how many games does 1/2 ball stand for?
Baseball Games

 April May June July 1 = 4 games

Did you notice that July has 2 balls and then only 1/4 of another ball?  How many games does 1/4 of a ball stand for?

Baseball Games

 April May June July 1 = 4 games

It looks like you know how to read the key.  Now take a look at May.   There are 5 and 3/4 balls.  We know that each of the 5 the balls stand for 4 games each, but what does the 3/4 ball stand for?
Baseball Games

 April May June July 1 = 4 games

Look carefully at the picture graph and key.  Click on the correct answer to each question.
Baseball Games

 April May June July 1 = 4 games
How many games do we play in July?

In what month do I have the most games?

Baseball Games

 April May June July 1 = 4 games
 April May June July

When will I play exactly 18 games?

Baseball Games

 April May June July 1 = 4 games
 April May June July

May shows 5 3/4 balls and June shows 6 balls.  How many more games do I have in June than in May?

Baseball Games

 April May June July 1 = 4 games
 1 game 3 games 4 games 9 games 21 games

In which month will I have the least games?

Baseball Games

 April May June July 1 = 4 games
 April May June July

How many games do I have all together?

Baseball Games

 April May June July 1 = 4 games

Remember that 1 ball = 4 games.

You are great at reading a picture graph! You also did a lot of adding, subtracting, sorting, and working with fractions.