How strong are your skills in representing numbers using tally marks? Tour through our printable drawing tally marks worksheets for 1st grade and 2nd grade and assess yourself! Here you will find our new collection of free and printable tally chart worksheets for kids. Learning to count by tally teaches scorekeeping and organization. Tally charts worksheets provide a firm foundation for your young learner to evolve counting skills and data-keeping. These printable worksheets and activities for teaching students about drawing and counting tally marks are great for math class, online math instruction, or homeschooling. Click on the worksheets to download the picture.
This collection of free tally chart worksheets contains counting tally marks, writing numbers, classifying pictures, drawing tally marks, and reading tally graphs. Children at the kindergarten level are taught to count a group of objects using tally marks. The objective is that the child will understand that one mark is equal to one object. Using these worksheets, recognize and organize the objects and interpret the results. Draw tally marks to show the count in each category. Use the information on the tally graph to answer the word problems.
These worksheets allow pupils to practice completing a tally chart and then draw information from the data through questions. The worksheets are available in write-on formats or directing the pupils to complete work in their jotters. Each tally worksheet has a different theme to practice drawing tally marks with more fun. It reinforces the knowledge in representing, organizing, and classifying objects. Whether used for classwork or homework practice, these worksheets give students additional practice with both tallying and bar graphs.
These worksheets require students to finish putting data into a tally chart and then answer questions. Print off these worksheets and make sure your kids master the tallying skills!