#### Bar Charts and Frequency Diagrams True or False

Five statements on bar charts and frequency diagrams. Pupils decide if they are true or false.

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Five statements on bar charts and frequency diagrams. Pupils decide if they are true or false.

By amwgauss

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Some true or false questions to help reinforce understanding of scatter diagrams.

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Active studio lesson on Pie Charts - thinking skills related to reading information from pie charts, frequency tables and bar charts. Includes set of matching cards on Pie charts and bar charts - from the ‘Standards’ pack, in large format.
Ideal Activity for KS3 and KS4 students.

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I have used this activity from year 7 to year 9. I made this as a group activity for a carousel. There is scope for extension with the pie charts (e.g. create your own second statement for each pie chart). The other two activities vary in difficulty.\nThe pie charts are a matching activity - pie chart to statement. The bar charts are questions based on bar charts (require more than simple reading off of values), the frequency table is matching the cards to each table - leads in to calculating the mean from a table).

By missjorr

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Multiplying & dividing fractions taught through an elaborate superhero story with comic strips as worksheets. Challenge cards are also provided for differentiation. \nPupils can fill out their worksheets on multiplying fractions as the PowerPoint is run through. Then there are two dividing fractions worksheets that are differentiated for pupils to work through.\nThe plenary looks at common mistakes made.

By amwgauss

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Differentiated worksheets to find the area and perimeter of rectilinear shapes. Begins with counting squares, then using the formula for areas of rectangles where lines are already drawn, and then questions where the pupils must draw the lines.

By amwgauss

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This a lesson where the pupils design a chocolate bar and make decision on where to sell it and how to advertise it. These decisions are made through finding fractions of amounts and are presented at the end.

By amwgauss

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(I have uploaded this in publisher file format so that it can be edited to your name and school). This is a twitter feed where students stick their tweets onto the display. I suggest the students work in groups to write a tweet as there is limited space per class. This could be used to show progress or as a plenary. I have also put some suggestions for who the students could follow on twitter such as Khan Academy and other relevant educational profiles.

By amwgauss

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Learn about money and budget through fun activities.<br />
Print this into A3 paper , you need beans or colorful beads, place the beans and beads on the categories you want then glue them.

By Lypham

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Read and draw line plots, and use the data to answer basic questions. Scaffolded lesson provides for classroom differentiation. Can be used as a lesson leader, guided practice, independent practice, for cooperative learning and math centers, or as an assessment. Use with smartboard, projector, computer, pad or as printable. Lesson is complete - NO PREP.<br />
Objectives:<br />
- Interpret line plots<br />
- Given data sets create line plots<br />
- Answer questions using data in line plots<br />
Includes 6 practice pages and answer keys.<br />
Aligned with NCCS Math - 4.MD.4<br />
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Look for more help at commoncoremath.net!

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Recognize, analyze and create histograms and box and whisker plots. Scaffolded lesson provides for classroom differentiation. Can be used as a lesson leader, guided practice, independent practice, for cooperative learning and math centers, or as an assessment. Use with smartboard, projector, computer, pad or as printable. Lesson is complete - NO PREP.<br />
Objectives:<br />
- Identify histograms and box and whisker plots<br />
- Analyze data using histograms and box and whisker plots<br />
- Understand when data should be represented in either a histogram or box and whisker plot<br />
- Given a data set, draw histograms and box and whisker plots<br />
Includes 6 problem pages and answer sheets.<br />
Aligned with NCCS Math - 6.SP.4<br />
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Look for more help at commoncoremath.net!

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Pokey Porcupine provides a fun way to practice math skills!<br />
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This Pokey Porcupine card game allows students to practice calculating the percent of a given number while playing a friendly game of Poke. In addition, the cards could be by individual a student at their desk.<br />
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Be sure to check the preview for the types of questions students will be asked to solve.<br />
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The set contains:<br />
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• 36 poke cards.<br />
• Instructions for assembly.<br />
• Instructions for game play.<br />
• Answer key.

By Jen Best

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