## Pie charts drawing and interpreting lesson

by mistrym03

- 4.816 reviews

A comprehensive lesson on interpreting and drawing pie charts at levels 5-6. Starter revisits previous learning. Several task and extension acitivities provided with fully worked solutions throughout. Two plenary activities incorporated. Worksheets for printing are provided at the end of the Powerpoint.

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### 16 Reviews

- 5jessicawhite20a year agoReport
Thank you a fantastic resource, covers everything you need for pie charts!

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