Here are some assorted pictograms and tally charts. The topics include favorite snack time food; hair color and eye color. Appropriate for Early Childhood Education (Pre-K and younger). ECE-MA, ECE-MA-pa
IWB for whole class introduction, also with warm up where children order the vocabulary for addition and subtraction to prepare for 'how many more' etc which is used in data-handling.
Then worksheets. Differentiated. Hope even a little EAL friendly.
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<p>Construct and read pictograms. Understand how they can be misleading and use a key.</p>
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Learners are asked, in groups, to select the picture that represents the way they usually travel to school. Once the pictures are coloured-in learners are asked to use the cards to make a pictogram of their findings. (KS1 Pictograms Presenting data.)
children have one of these cards in the appropriate book. I gave a sticker ( small dot ones that trend do or superspots size) when they had written neatly or worked hard in numeracy. When they collected the handwriting ones i gave out a special pencil to write with and sent the cards home at the end of the year so the children could keep the stickers they had earnt.
The pupils have to tally red, blue, green and yellow cars as they fly past in the presentation.
This has proved a popular resource at both schools I have taught, particularly with lower ability classes
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