1. Resources Home
2. Primary
3. Mathematics
4. Data and statistics
5. Handling data

#### Functional Skills Maths - City and Guilds Exam task booklets

Here I have taken some of the older City and Guilds exam practice papers and made them into topic specific booklets for functional skills revision. There are the number task, the measure tasks and the handling data tasks. I use these throughout the year as a progress check and as a formative assessment. Also great for functional skills revision. Mark scheme included. Our maths teams have found these to be really useful hopefully you will to. I have loads more functional skills and GCSE resources available on my Tes shop: let’sgetfunctional Leave me a review and get a free resource up to £3 in value. Contact me on facebook for your free functional skills resource: I have loads more functional skills and GCSE resources available on my Tes shop: let’sgetfunctional Leave me a review and get a free resource up to £3 in value. Contact me on facebook (letsgetfunctionalskillsmaths) for your free functional skills resource

#### KS2 Maths Investigations Bundle

2 packs of KS2 Maths Investigations - one set includes 5 investigations around a ‘Chinese New Year’ theme (Could also be used as part of a topic on China), the other set includes 5 investigations with a World Cup theme (football). These investigations allow children to explore possibilities, work systematically, find patterns, predict results and analyse outcomes. Children will be able to show their reasoning and problem solving skills through a range of interesting activities. Every investigation also includes a challenge activity to extend higher attaining children. An answers document is also included to support teaching. Leave a review for this resource and get a FREE resource with three easy steps: STEP 1: Leave a review for this resource on TES. STEP 2: Email us at: learndbresources@gmail.com , saying which resource you’d like to get for FREE! STEP 3: We’ll email you any single paid resource from our shop for FREE!

#### KS1 YEAR 2 Finding different ways to make the same amount

Suitable for Year 2. Finding different ways to make the same amount. Differentiated worksheets for LA/MA/ HA (main task- finding different ways to make the same amounts) Daily practice worksheets (starter) Counting coins and finding the amount. Differentiated for LA/MA/HA. Coin strip for support with identifying coins. Notebook presentation lesson. ENJOY!

#### World Cup KS3 Maths lessons

Three statistics lessons based on the World cup. On Averages, Stem and Leaf diagrams and Scatter Diagrams. These are flipcharts but if you use notebook you should be able to import them. The majority of this is my own work with a few bits with thanks to others who have shared their resources freely.

#### World Cup KS3 Maths starters and a World Cup lesson KS3

Here are two flipcharts one is a selection of starter type activities, the other is a lesson looking at types of numbers and statistics focussing on averages. Even if you use notebook you should be able to import these files. Most of the resources are created by myself though some have come from other freely available recourses online, Thank you for sharing and I hope you don’t mind me having used them here.

#### World cup investigation

This investigation looks at different aspects of the Maths curriculum linked to P.E and sports. The children do not have to be good at football to take part. They will find out through investigating which position best suits them. Maths included: Median Average Finding their kick speed. Percentages. It has elements of GD but is accessible by all with clear explanations of each activity.

#### World Cup Top Goal Scorers

Complete the Frequency Table and draw a Bar Chart about the 5 World Cup Top Scorers. Ideal for a lesson about Frequency Tables and Bar Charts!

#### Tally Charts PPT

This is a great resource to teach a lesson on tally charts. Can be used to guide the lesson and used interactively on the white board. LO: I understand how to use a tally chart to record observations. Can be edited to suit your class.

#### World Cup 2018 Data Handling

Microsoft Excel required A new set of numbers every time the file is opened Compose your own questions Randomly generated data on all the Group Round matches A to H Data includes number of Shots at goal, Corner kicks, Free kicks, Throw ins, Yellow Cards, Red Cards, Penalties, Substitutions. A separate data fie on randomly generated attendance numbers for all the Group Round matches. Wordsearch containing all 32 participating countries Totals, &lt; &gt; , Differences, Averages, Ordering, Graphing, Percentages, Nearest … Highly flexible resource - Extension work, Homework …

#### FIFA 2018 WORLD CUP WORKSHEET WITH MARK SCHEME ALL ABOUT UEFA QUALIFYING

This resource is perfect for a maths or topic lesson about the Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup. The children have 2 information sheets full of statistics about the qualifying rounds from the UEFA website © They must then answer various problems using a variety of mathematical skills. It comes with a mark scheme so the children can self mark or it won’t take the class teacher long at all! Perfect resource to use during the world cup! ENJOY - and check out some of my other World Cup Resources!

#### World Cup 2018 Maths Quiz

Aimed at KS3 but could be used with KS4 too. There are several topics covered - flag symmetries, map scales, number problems, scale map skills and statistics. You will need to print the maps and data sheet for those rounds.

#### 2018 FIFA WORLD CUP

This bundle includes 4 seperate Maths lessons with mark schemes and follow up moving on comments. Save yourself some money by buying them all together rather than seperately!

#### FIFA FOOTBALL WORLD CUP WORKSHEET WITH ANSWERS AND FEEDBACK

Do you have children who love football and can’t wait for the world cup? This resource is perfect. It includes FIFA style rating cards for the entire Brazil Football squad. The children are then set different mathematical challenges based on the numerical values of the player ratings. It develop Numeracy skills such as: Finding the difference, calculating the mean (average), totaling, finding the SUM and more… Really engaging for those children who are mad about football. Brilliant for you the teacher as the mark scheme is included (could be printed and given to the children to self mark) and also has working on comments as a challenge!

#### Crack The Safe - Sets and Venn Diagrams

Two “Crack The Safe” activities, one on reading Venn diagrams and the other using set notation. These are designed to be used as a starter or a plenary and allow students to self-mark as possible answers are shown but more that they require to avoid guessing.

#### FIFA 2018 WORLD CUP WORKSHEET WITH MARK SCHEME

(It does look a bit strange that some of the writing doesnt fit in the box properly on the LO but this is just in the preview, it will be all lined up when you download) Attached is the official FIFA rankings as of the 4th June 2018. The children must use this information to solve the variety of mathematical problems. Brilliant KS2 lesson in the run up to the world cup. I also did a follow up lesson where the children had to produce a bar chart of the top 5 teams in the world and then 5 teams of their choice - they absolutely loved it. This resource also includes a mark scheme and a feedback questions to reduce your workload! Enjoy! Once downloaded this is editable through microsoft word to make it easier/harder to suit your class.

#### Constructing pie charts - Do It, Twist It

A Maths resource split into fluency (Do It), reasoning (Twist It), and problem solving (Deepen It) sections all looking at constructing pie charts. Planned together by @HowWeTeachIt and @mr_man_maths

#### Extracting data from pie charts - Do It, Twist It

A Maths resource split into fluency (Do It), reasoning (Twist It), and problem solving (Deepen It) sections involving the extraction of data from pie charts. Planned together by @HowWeTeachIt and @mr_man_maths

#### RUSSIA 2018 FIFA WORLD CUP STADIUM MATHS PROBLEMS DIFFERENTIATED WITH MARK SCHEME

This resource uses a map of the football stadiums used in the 2018 football world cup. The children must use the information to answer the questions. There is a mark scheme provided so the children can self mark, or you can mark it yourself very quickly and easily. The Higher ability sheet contains some questions using the MEAN which makes it perfect for stretching those high attainers! Photo credit: Alamy ©

#### Crack The Safe - Probability

Four sets of “Crack The Safe” worksheets that get increasingly difficult regarding probability. These allow students to self-check rather than rely on the teacher as possible solutions are given, but more than required to prevent guessing. These work nicely as starters or plenaries for me.

#### World cup of Maths Football activity KS2/ KS3

Year groups KS2 and KS3 Learning objective: Comparing data using the mean, median and mode. Activity Students are to calculate the number equivalent of the letters in the names of the national teams taking part in the world cup. They are then to complete the mean, mode, median and range of the data. Each matchday they compare the specified result to find a winner. 3 Points are awarded for a win, 1 for a draw. The teams are then to be placed in a league table, if teams are tied on points then the mode can be used to order them further.

#### REVISION WORKSHEETS (100 MARKS)

REVISION WORKSHEETS 100 marks Suitable for years 7 and 8 Enrichment for YEAR 6 Topics Percentage (profit and loss) Fractions – problem solving Probability – table Mean, median, mode range - table Answers included

#### Converting data - tally, pictogram and bar chart.

A worksheets that requires children to conduct a survey using a tally chart and then apply their findings to a pictogram and a bar chart.

#### FIFA World Cup 2018 - Comprehension & Maths Activities

COMPREHENSION This is a comprehension I made for my year 4 class. There are three different sets: one that can be used like a booklet, where the text and questions are on the same page with mostly retrieval questions one where the text is separate to the questions and questions are a mix of retrieval and more higher order including vocabulary one where the text is separate to the questions and questions are varied from giving evidence from the text to vocabulary questions etc. I think it can be used with high year 2 as well as KS2. The actual information text is attached as reading sheet. Both in word and PDF MATHS This resource consists of the following five mostly differentiated activities related to the World Cup: Problem-solving lesson with notebook and 3 differentiated sheets. Children design new football kit for their favourite national team consisting of tshirts, shorts (and socks) and find all possibilities of combining them when using 2 (3) colours. Bar chart lesson. Children use data from a Workd Cup table and put it into a bar chart. Differentiated. First bar chart in ones up to 6 and children enter amount of world cups won by different nations. Second bar chart in twos up to 6 and children enter amount of world cups won by different nations. Third bar chart in tens up to 230 where children enter amount of goals scored in world cups for several nations. All bar charts have at least 5 follow-up questions. First two probably more suited to KS1, last one to KS2. Symmetry activity. Children use pictures of flags of all participating teams which are included and sort them into symmetrical and not symmetrical. Included is another sheet on explaining our reasoning - choose two non-symmetrical flags - what would need to be changed so they are symmetrical, explain. Sorting Activity: Children use pictures of flags of all participating teams which are included and sort them using their own criteria into a Venn or Carroll diagram. A quick activity on comparing two flags - how are they the same and how are they different. One activity where children use information on who won the world cup when and put the countries in chronological order by year. One scaffolded sheet and one not scaffolded. All activities attached as word and pdf files in case the word files don’t open properly. I SELL BOTH SEPARATELY AS WELL IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SAVE MONEY.

#### FIFA World Cup 2018 Maths Activities - Symmetry, Data Handling, Problem-Solving

This resource consists of the following six mostly differentiated activities related to the World Cup: Problem-solving lesson with notebook and 3 differentiated sheets. Children design new football kit for their favourite national team consisting of tshirts, shorts (and socks) and find all possibilities of combining them when using 2 (3) colours. Bar chart lesson. Children use data from a Workd Cup table and put it into a bar chart. Differentiated. First bar chart in ones up to 6 and children enter amount of world cups won by different nations. Second bar chart in twos up to 6 and children enter amount of world cups won by different nations. Third bar chart in tens up to 230 where children enter amount of goals scored in world cups for several nations. All bar charts have at least 5 follow-up questions. First two probably more suited to KS1, last one to KS2. Symmetry activity. Children use pictures of flags of all participating teams which are included and sort them into symmetrical and not symmetrical. Included is another sheet on explaining our reasoning - choose two non-symmetrical flags - what would need to be changed so they are symmetrical, explain. Sorting Activity: Children use pictures of flags of all participating teams which are included and sort them using their own criteria into a Venn or Carroll diagram. A quick activity on comparing two flags - how are they the same and how are they different. One activity where children use information on who won the world cup when and put the countries in chronological order by year. One scaffolded sheet and one not scaffolded. All activities attached as word and pdf files in case the word files don’t open properly. For just £1 more, you can get this as well as a comprehension. Search my shop for ’FIFA World Cup 2018 - Comprehension &amp; Maths Activities’

#### Crack The Safe - Average and Range

Three different “Crack The Safe” activities taking students through calculating average and range from raw data, then through frequency table and finally to grouped frequency and estimating the mean etc. These are designed to create a bit of discussion but also allow students to self-mark as answer options are given. Good for a starter or plenary.

#### Graph skills worksheet

Designed to secure understanding of Dependent, Independent and Control variables as well as identifying anomalous results and calculating an adjusted mean. Hope this helps you to support students in their graph skills development.

#### World Cup Football Manager Average Project

(Insert Class name) United, ----------- most feared football team, are going to play (Your School )United in the third round of the F.A. Cup. Your job as manager is to work out who are the best eleven players to play in the game. I have set up this project to help with averages, students pick a team to play against a teachers team in the FA cup. You will need to add your names but should be easy to do.

#### Requested Bundle: Year Five Full Autumn

All teaching slides for Y5 White Rose Units for Autumn blocks. Influenced by recent maths hub CPD training and mastery/CPA approach to teaching mathematics. Includes reasoning and problem solving activities to explore, model and discuss in order to teach the underlying mathematical concepts. Follows ORDER of White Rose teaching guidance. Join the Facebook group ‘mastering primary maths’ for preview lessons in the files section :)

#### Maths - Running a Football Club

This resource is designed to challenge L1 and L2 Functional Skill students and can also be used for students from year 7 - 11. The activity is designed to engage students who are interested in football with different areas of maths. The key skill for students to develop through the completion of this resource is their organisation of numbers and data. Addition, subtraction and multiplication are all included throughout the activity. Students must calculate the club’s annual income and expenditure and make decisions on which players to sell in order to ‘balance the books’ and keep the club afloat. For convenience, answers are provided in italic red.

#### Football World Cup 2018 Whodunnit Activity Yr 6 Statistics

This is a ‘whodunnit’ type of activity linked to the Football World Cup trophy being stolen. Students need to work out how it was stolen, at what time and where is can now be found. On the sheet, they are given 6 possible answers for each part of the crime and each time they get an answer correct they are given a clue which enables them to cross out one or two of the possible answers. There are 10 statistics based questions which focus on the Year 6 objectives: Interpret pie charts and use these to solve problems Calculate and interpret the mean as an average This activity could be done as individuals, pairs and small groups. The answer sheet has 10 boxes for any working out. Simply print out the 10 questions, cut up and place around the classroom so students can move between them (or you could have them passed between students while they sit). I have included a QR code version too.

#### Messi v Ronaldo - mean, mode, median, range, data handling

Data handling with a football flavour. Find the mean, median, mode and range of the goals scored by the extraordinary Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo over the last 10 years, and create a variety of interesting graphs and statistics in the process. Maybe this could help you finally settle the argument over who is the best player on the planet. Answers included.

#### World Cup Maths Puzzles!

These short and snappy puzzles are perfect for engaging all of the World Cup lovers in your class with a wide range of maths problems! Using real-life statistics from FIFA World Cups past and present, students approach a number of varied maths topics, whilst also gaining valuable information about their favourite teams and players. I have used these resources with a number of KS2 and KS3 classes, and have found that they work great for morning mental maths challenges or lesson starters/ fillers. Some of the maths topics covered include: statistics, percentages, charts and graphs, data handling, averages, ratios, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, estimation and problem solving, critical thinking, and fractions. Some of the specific tasks involved include: working out the goals to games ratio of some of the best strikers, finding out which teams have the best goal difference, creating data to present performance, and comparing player statistics over different tournaments. There are 30 tasks in total, in which each the major World Cup nations are focused upon in at least one activity each. The tasks are also separated by difficulty into ‘Beginner’,‘Intermediate’, and ‘Difficult’ tasks (refer to the B, I, or D symbols in the top left of each activity). All images within this resource are licensed for commercial use, and images are cited on the final slide.

#### Venn Diagrams

This was delivered to a low ability year 10 class. It is quite basic and missing some of the more complicated concepts dealing with Venn diagrams. This is a PowerPoint intent on explaining how to fill a Venn Diagram with examples. I tried to include the important things to include when completing a Venn diagram. There are some generic questions contained within the slides. Slides 1-7 were seen on lesson 1 and then I gave the class examples of this type. Slides 8-18 were seen in lesson 2 (after recapping the previous slides) and further examples of this type were given to the class. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated as this is my first resource I have uploaded.

#### KS3 Data Interpretation Starters

A set of 8 handy starters for KS3 maths students on interpretating data. These are ideal to start the lesson off and be a ‘settler’ activity you can put on the board for students to complete as they come into class to focus them. They also work well as a plenary activity. Topics covered include: Pictograms, Bar Charts, Line Graphs and Pie Charts. Questions included are a mixture of reading information of a graph and more challenging ‘rich’ thinking activities which encourage discussion among pupils.

#### Coordinates Activities: Differentiated

As I’ve said before, I teach in a ‘football CRAZY’ class, who will engage with almost anything if it’s related to football. With that in mind, I have created this activity to use when teaching your children about coordinates. INCLUDED: *1 higher ability activity. Children will need to identify the coordinates in which Ronaldo passes the ball. The coordinates range between positive and negative numbers for that extra challenge. *I lower ability activity: Children will need to identify the coordinates in which Ronaldo passes the ball. The coordinates are within positive numbers. *Answer sheets for both activities. This is NOT a complete lesson package, it is simply the activity in which you can use alongside your own lesson to check children’s understanding of the topic. Please leave a review to let me know how you and your class got on with this resource. :)

#### Differentiated Pie Charts Worksheet

A worksheet based on creating pie charts. Two versions attached, one just with tables and the other for lower ability with scaffolding for workings

#### Summer Block: Y4 Block 4 Statistics Smart Notebook and PDF files following ORDER of White Rose

All teaching slides for Y4 Summer Block 4: Statistics (4 ‘lessons’, approx 2 weeks of work). Influenced by recent maths hub CPD training and mastery/CPA approach to teaching mathematics. Includes reasoning and problem solving activities to explore, model and discuss in order to teach the underlying mathematical concepts. Follows ORDER of White Rose teaching guidance. Join the Facebook group ‘mastering primary maths’ for preview lessons in the files section :)

#### World Cup 2018 Maths. Top Trumps, Alternative World Cup activity and Information

Excel file containing info on all 32 competing countries including flags, population, area, GDP, distance from Russia etc. Can be used as a top trumps game to increase knowledge of the different countries, or as wall displays. UPDATED - Apologies as original had popn of Iceland as 3 not 0.3M - corrected Good for KS2 and KS3 maths - comparing figures, and also geographical knowledge. Each group has separate Tabs at the bottom. Laminate if needed and cut out. You may wish to print a back to thicken the cards. You can also keep the 4 teams together for wall displays. There is a Table summarising all the information in the last tab. Also there is an Alternative World Cup exercise, involving chance and statistics. Alternative World Cup - print out the 2 sheets (groups &amp; knockout ). Throw the dice to select the category. Decide which teams qualify from each group. Enter into the knockout grid. Find out who would win if the richest or biggest or nearest… country were to win. UPDATED - Statistics doc added, to aid creation of wall displays.

#### World Cup Maths Activities

A beautifully presented set of Russia '18 World Cup activities and resources. Within this pack of resources, you have a task based PowerPoint that links with a detailed and effectively differentiated World Cup Simulation dice game. There are detailed instructions for the teacher to follow and clear instructions for students. In addition to the simulation activity, there is a Russia Stadiums resource, with a variety of maths based tasks! This is perfect for the next couple of months and can be used with maths groups of any age and ability! It can form the basis of an entire session or could be used as a series of energisers, starter activities and plenaries! Maths topics included are: averages, probability, percentages, scale drawings and much more!

#### Comprehensive Key Stage 1 Question Level Analysis (QLA) Bundle - Maths, Reading and SPaG

Includes: KS1 2018 Maths SATs QLA KS1 2017 Maths SATs QLA KS1 2016 Maths SATs QLA KS1 Maths Sample SATs QLA KS1 2018 Reading SATs QLA KS1 2017 Reading SATs QLA KS1 2016 Reading SATs QLA KS1 Sample Reading SATs QLA KS1 2018 SPaG SATs QLA KS1 2017 SPaG SATs QLA KS1 2016 SPaG SATs QLA KS1 Sample SPaG SATs QLA Easy to use Excel Spreadsheets to analyse the above test scores using Question Level Analysis (QLA). Will highlight students’ areas of strength and weaknesses in key maths (number, calculation, problem solving, handling data, shape and measurement), reading (drawing on knowledge of vocabulary to understand texts; identifying and explaining key aspects of fiction and non-fiction texts, such as characters, events, titles and information; identifying and explaining the sequence of events in texts; making inferences from texts; and predicting what might happen on the basis of what has been read so far) and SPaG (grammatical terms/word classes; functions of sentences; combining words, phrases and clauses; verb tenses and consistency; punctuation; vocabulary; and spelling) areas. Simply add the students’ name and their score and the spreadsheet will update and produce graphs based on their answers.

#### Bundle - Key Stage 1 Mathematics Tests Question Level Analysis (QLA)

Includes: KS1 2018 Maths SATs QLA KS1 2017 Maths SATs QLA KS1 2016 Maths SATs QLA KS1 2016 Sample Maths SATs QLA Easy to use Excel Spreadsheets to analyse the above maths test scores using Question Level Analysis (QLA). Papers 1 (arithmetic), and 2 (reasoning) are analysed in the above SATs papers. Will highlight students’ areas of strength and weaknesses in key maths areas including number, calculation, problem solving, handling data, shape and measurement. Simply add the students’ name and their score and the spreadsheet will update and produce graphs based on their answers.

#### KS1 Maths Question Level Analysis Tool - 2018

Question Level Analysis Tool for the KS1 2018 Maths Tests. Quickly analyse the performance of whole cohorts, gender, curriculum strands, specific questions and individual pupils. Review current performance and inform future planning to address curriculum weaknesses. Easily copy and paste the graphs and charts into other applications and annotate for instant reports.