#### Interpreting Data Homework

I used the boxes underneath the pictures to draw in tally marks (one box left blank for children to write relevant numeral). The children took this home as homework and created a bar graph with the information.

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I used the boxes underneath the pictures to draw in tally marks (one box left blank for children to write relevant numeral). The children took this home as homework and created a bar graph with the information.

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Thank you, I have just printed this off to send out for homework. Many thanks.

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I used the boxes underneath the pictures to draw in tally marks (one box left blank for children to write relevant numeral). The children took this home as homework and created a bar graph with the information.

By hazelselfe

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An easy to use, free online adaptive quiz from Mangahigh.
Solve problems by collecting, selecting, processing, presenting and interpreting raw data and data in tables and lists .
No need to register, just click on the link below to get started.

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Several addition and substraction worksheets.These can be used as questions glued into the children's books or cut out and laminated for the children to use as extensions, games etc.

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The red and yellow sheet is for lower ability. The blue and green sheet is for middle ability. The purple and orange sheet is for higher ability. Students read and interpret data on a Bar Graph.

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Collect 20 stickers, colour in and get a certificate, reward etc...

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Reading a table
Possible Ourcomes
Probability
Bar Chart
Pie Chart
Profit
FS L1 L2

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**$2.65**

Numbers Workbook - Worksheet Booklet - 18 pages of questions
Colourful Worksheets
Aimed at FS L1 - homework or checking learning
Suitable for checking prior learning at L2.
Number Notation
Numbers in words and figures
Ascending, descending order
Cardinal numbers
Indices notation
Place value
Rounding
4 rules
addition subtraction multiplication division
less than greater than
Money
Negative numbers
Calculator
Decimal places, Significant figures
Fractions
Fractions of
Ratio
Proportion
Percentages
Percentage of
Interest
Number Patterns
Multiples, factors primes
Inverse operations
Simple sequences
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Measures Workbook - Worksheet Booklet - 16 pages
Colourful Worksheets
Aimed at FS L1/L2 - homework or checking learning
Measurement Units
Length
Weight
Capacity
Converting Metric to Imperial
Converting Imperial to Metric
Making realistic estimates of length, weight and capacity
Plane Shapes
Area
Circumference
Solid figures
Volume
Space
Symmetry line and rotational
Congruent and Similar
Coordinates
Time
Timetables
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Handling Data Workbook - Worksheet Booklet - 16 pages
Colourful Worksheets
Aimed at FS L1/L2- homework or checking learning
Charts tables Diagrams
Loan repayments, interest
Temperature - Celsius Fahrenheit
Collecting Data
Raw data
Grouped frequency table
Displaying Data
Bar chart
Pie chart
Conversion graph
Distance time graph
Processing Data
Misleading graph
Averages
Which average to use
Probability
Probability scale
Possible outcomes
Tree diagram

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**$13.27**

16 pages
Colourful Worksheets
Aimed at FS L1/L2- homework or checking learning
Charts tables Diagrams
Loan repayments, interest
Temperature - Celsius Fahrenheit
Collecting Data
Raw data
Grouped frequency table
Displaying Data
Bar chart
Pie chart
Conversion graph
Distance time graph
Processing Data
Misleading graph
Averages
Which average to use
Probability
Probability scale
Possible outcomes
Tree diagram

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**$6.63**

Horse Race Game - working in pairs
Print out the Game boards and cut out the horses.
Print out the numbers allocated to each horse (1 for each pair)
Print out the Sample spaces
Worksheet included
Probability experiment
Throwing a dice group activity - working in pairs
L1/L2/GCSE
Aims
Skills Developed
Use and apply mathematics in practical tasks
A positive attitude to mathematics, including confidence and enjoyment
Number
Methods of computation
Data Handling
Engage in experimental work in order to appreciate some of the principles which govern random events
Objectives
Demonstrate
Number
Ability to read and write numbers
Ability to use addition and subtraction facts
Ability to recognise and understand fractions
Data Handling
Ability to perform experiments in probability
Ability to list all possible outcomes of an event
Ability to recognise whether outcomes are certain/impossible
The knowledge that the sum of probabilities of all possible outcomes of an event is 1
The use of a sample space to tabulate 2 independent and combined events
Ability to calculate the related probability

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**$5.31**