We included **H****MH Into Math Grade 1 Answer Key**** PDF** **Module 8 Lesson 3 Interpret Tally Charts** to make students experts in learning maths.

## HMH Into Math Grade 1 Module 8 Lesson 3 Answer Key Interpret Tally Charts

I Can read a tally chart and use the chart to answer questions.

**Spark Your Learning**

Marina has these beads. How can she sort them?

Have children work together to decide how to sort Marina’s beads into two groups. Ask them to draw to show what they did and label the groups to explain how they sorted the beads.

Answer:

Explanation:

Marina has some beads there are the combination of two colors

they are pink and green

Number of pink beads are 7

Number of green beads are 5

**Build Understanding**

Sam made this tally chart to show the shirts worn by his friends at the school fair.

Answer:

A. How can you read the tally marks?

___ tally marks for

___ tally marks for

Explanation:

6 tally marks for

3 tally marks for

Each occurrence is shown by a tally mark and every fifth tally is drawn diagonally to make a “gate” of five.

B. How can you write numbers to complete the tally chart?

Explanation:

A tally chart is a simple way of recording and counting frequencies. Each occurrence is shown by a tally mark and every fifth tally is drawn diagonally to make a “gate” of five. The tallies can then be counted to give the frequency.

C.

How do you know?

Explanation:

Number of blue shirts wore by there friends are 6

Number of orange shirts wore by there friends are 3

let n be the unknown

n = blue – orange

n = 6 – 3

n = 3

so, there are 3 more blue shirts than orange shirts.

**Turn and Talk** How do tally marks help you count?

Explanation:

Tally marks are used for counting and are represented as a set of five lines in which there are four vertical lines (one vertical line is made for each of the first four numbers) and the fifth number is represented by a diagonal line across the previous four numbers.

**Step It Out**

**Complete the tally chart. Then use the tally chart to answer the questions.**

A. Read the tally marks. Write the totals.

Answer:

B. Add. How many children chose

___ children

Explanation:

Number of children choose pansy = 2

Number of children choose daffodil = 7

Let n be the children how choose both flowers

n = 7 + 2

n = 9

so, 9 children chose pansy and daffodil

C. Compare. How many fewer children chose

____ fewer

Explanation:

Number of children choose poppy = 4

Number of children choose daffodil = 7

Let n be the children how choose fewer flowers

n = 7 – 4

n = 3

so, 3 fewer children choose poppy and daffodil.

**Check Understanding Math Board**

**Complete the tally chart. Then use the tally chart to answer the questions.**

Question 1.

How many stickers are there in all?

______

Answer:

12 stickers are there in all

Explanation:

Number of star stickers = 8

Number of smile stickers = 1

Number of cat stickers = 3

Total number of stickers = 8 + 1 + 3 = 12

Answer:

Question 2.

How many more are there than ?

____ more

Answer:

2 more are there than

Explanation:

Number of smile stickers = 1

Number of cat stickers = 3

let n be number of stickers that are more

n = 3 – 1

n = 2

**On Your Own**

Question 3.

**Attend to Precision** Complete the tally chart.

Answer:

Explanation:

Number of blue birds in the park = 2

Number of robin birds in the park = 9

Number of cardinal birds in the park = 5

**Use the tally chart to answer the questions.**

Question 4.

How many fewer are there than ?

___ fewer

Answer:

4 fewer are there than

Explanation:

Number of robin birds in the park = 9

Number of cardinal birds in the park = 5

let n be the birds that are fewer

n = 9 – 5

n = 4

Question 5.

**Reason** How many more are there than and ?

___ more

Answer:

2 more are there than and

Explanation:

Number of blue birds in the park = 2

Number of robin birds in the park = 9

Number of cardinal birds in the park = 5

blue birds + cardinals = 2 + 5 = 7

let n be the birds that are more

9 > 7

n = 9 – 7

n = 2

Question 6.

How many birds are in the park?

___ birds

Answer:

16 birds are in the park

Explanation:

Number of blue birds in the park = 2

Number of robin birds in the park = 9

Number of cardinal birds in the park = 5

let n be the total number of birds

n = 9 + 2 + 5

n = 16

**I’m in a Learning Mindset!**

What questions can I ask to help me understand tally charts?

Answer:

- What is the survey question?
- Who will be taking the survey?
- How many people voted all together?
- How many categories did they have to choose from?
- Which category earned the most votes?