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Handling data vocabulary, KS 1 and KS 2, display.

Handling data vocabulary, KS 1 and KS 2, display.

Hi all, Here is my Handling Data vocabulary for you with a range suitable for KS1 and KS2. You can stick them up on your working walls or maths display! I always cut them out and laminate them before use as they'll last a few years. They're completely editable for you to select which ones you want to use. If you like my resources please review and 'follow me' - that way you'll get notified of anything else that I post without having to search for it! Cheers, Emlo
EmloResources
Statistics Lesson Plans- A week's worth

Statistics Lesson Plans- A week's worth

This smartboard is for key stage 2: years 4 and 5 . The lessons are based on: creating a tally chart creating a bar chart creating a pictogram problem solving- differentiated These group of plans are looking at information and creating their own charts to interrupt. The final lesson is problem solving which is differentiated.
sparkle1978
Describing the Chance of an Event Happening

Describing the Chance of an Event Happening

Class Activity. 1. Explanation sheets for Describing the Chance of Something Happening. 2. Differentiated worksheet with answer sheet. 3. Plenary Mix and Match Game for Describing the Chance of Something Happening.. Game suitable for Starter/Plenary/Revision/Link activity involving Describing the Chance of Something Happening.. You will need data projector and laptop.
martinpk
Statistics: Probability 3 - Theoretical Probability 2 (+ resources)

Statistics: Probability 3 - Theoretical Probability 2 (+ resources)

This is the second of two whole lesson looking at theoretical probability. This lesson looks at 2 dice in various situations, snooker balls, playing cards and building on the first lesson to deepen pupil's understanding of theoretical probability. The lesson comes with a starter with handout support, lesson objectives, key words, different activities, two tarsia activities with answers and plenary. It forms a part of an excellent series / bundle on probability, which I highly recommend as a sequence of lessons. Lesson 1 - Probability Scale Lesson 2 - Theoretical Probability 1 Lesson 3 - Theoretical Probability 2 Lesson 4 - Relative Frequency Lesson 5 - Tree Diagrams NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and if you do purchase then please remember to rate and feedback as it is really helpful, thank you.
ajf43
Describing Simple Probability

Describing Simple Probability

Class Activity. 1. Explanation sheets for Simple Chance/Probability. 2. Differentiated worksheet with answer sheet. 3. Plenary Mix and Match Game for Simple Chance/Probability. Game suitable for Starter/Plenary/Revision/Link activity involving Simple Chance/Probability. You will need data projector and laptop.
martinpk
Handling Data Collection

Handling Data Collection

Fully detailed, creative original lesson plans ensuring progressions and 5 lessons that covers the Handling Data section in Maths.
Edustem1
Measures

Measures

An excellent packed resource with outstanding lesson plans (6 lessons for £6). Fully detailed, creative lesson plans where students will enjoy their lessons.
Edustem1
Data Graphs

Data Graphs

Picture graphs and bar graphs - sometimes you just need someone to provide you with the resources. Here we are! Included in the pack you will find: -suggested use and contents pages -vocabulary and meanings around the topic -bar graph checklist -templates to create a class graph -differentiated pictographs and questions -frequency charts to be converted to bar graphs -Templates to create a class frequency chart and pictographs. -differentiated bar graphs and questions -questions comparing two bar graphs -creating frequency charts and bar graphs from a given picture (record what you see) -differentiated bar graph templates for journals All fonts and clipart have been designed by Resource Angel
Resource_Angel
A week long homework project looking at pupil's means of travel to and from school.

A week long homework project looking at pupil's means of travel to and from school.

‘To School, and Back Again’ is a one week homework project, suitable for year, Nursery to Primary 7. Two photocopiable sheets are included – an information sheet for parents and the ‘To School and Back Again’ table. The project can be run in one class or as a whole-school homework task. Below are some of the reasons for using the ‘To School and Back Again’ homework project: • As a whole school research project to contribute to a School Travel Plan. • As a way to measure change when the school is working on sustainable journeys or promoting active travel. ‘To School, and Back Again’ can be run before and after a programme of change and the difference in responses measured. • To practise numeracy skills in completing tables and to provide data for further learning on presenting data. • As part of cross curricular studies on topics such as journeys, transport or health and physical activity.
activelinkslearning
Instructions, curriculum links and worksheet to carry out a hands up survey of school travel

Instructions, curriculum links and worksheet to carry out a hands up survey of school travel

A hands up survey for looking at how pupils travel to school and how they would like to travel to school. This is a good project for a small group of pupils, such as a pupil council, eco-schools group or road safety group to conduct. This group could also analyse and present the results. Alternatively, one class might carry out the survey as part of a transport or community project. The survey can also provide useful evidence in writing a School Travel Plan. The survey is an excellent numeracy project involving collecting and presenting data.
activelinkslearning
Complete lesson on Pictograms for Year One/ Year Two

Complete lesson on Pictograms for Year One/ Year Two

A complete lesson on completing pictograms with differentiated worksheets, a lesson plan, a presentation with a hook and also a plenary activity to assess the children's understanding. The lesson is aimed at an introduction to pictograms for a year two class or as a way to extend a year one class to mastery. The hook on the presentation includes pictures from a safari that I went on in Africa. I told the children that I wanted to know exactly how many animals I saw on my safari so I kept tallies on each day I went out (I said I went out on 3 days to include differentiated numbers to tally and put into a pictogram.) I showed the children the tallies and questioned and then gave them the worksheet to complete. I told the children that they could either draw the animal or a smiley face as it was the maths I was interested in and not the drawing! It worked really well and I used it in a lesson observation for a job.
HollyAthow