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#### Interactive Car Tallying Exercise

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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Resources and ideas for mathematics, data and statistics, data collection, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

Sale#### Interactive Car Tallying Exercise

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

This excel spreadsheet can be used to record student's grades. Using a 1-10 system you can record their marks and it will automatically average the grade. If you enter J, K or L in capitals (which is converted into a smiley face) in the effort column it will also average their effort grade. This provides formative feedback and allows progress to be monitored. This is a concept and could easily be adapted for specific use, i.e. Assessment without levels, BTEC etc.

Sale#### Key Stage 2 Maths Pack

These resources have all be made to support and challenge children to improve their confidence and understanding in Maths. The Powerpoints include step by step learning challenges that all pupils can access and work through. There are task cards, investigations, word problems and games about the 4 operations of number, probability, fractions, decimals, measurement, shape and angles. I have used all of these resources with my MA/ LA Maths classes, but they could be used or adapted for any KS2 Maths group. I hope that you find them useful .

This is a booklet which covers L2 functional skills topics. My exam board is C&G but also useful for others. Each page includes a question for each topic, a hyperlink to a basic lesson which can be used by learners at home. The same content is accessible by the QR code on each page. Videos and online activities included. At the bottom of each page is an area to write notes and record real life uses and their own worked example along with space for tutor feedback. There is a contents page and a feedback sheet included at the end. Along with a tracking sheet for mock papers.Recommended to print in A5 booklet form. A huge variety of uses.... learners complete a page at the end of a lesson for homework. Could be used as a revision workbook by completing the questions and allows learners to see which areas they are still getting wrong to target areas for revision. Also great to monitor progress or as a diagnostic tool at the start of the year.

To be used as an introduction and/or revision for handling data. A set of block graphs to use with the whole class on a smart board.

Sale#### AFTER SATS Summer Year 5/6 Let's Be Conservationists REAL LIFE MATHS (including mastery)

Here is the next upload in my REAL LIFE maths planning helping children to understand the use and relevance of maths in the real world beyond their classroom. This is a one to two week project for either year 6 alone or a year 5/6 class after SATS it revises a number of different topics all at once including Number, Fractions, Statistics and Ratio but also adheres to some of the year 6 Science National Curriculum as well. Website resources, Learning Objectives from the year 5 and year 6 checklist and brief for the children are provided!

Sale#### TES Author Resource - Excel Sales and Accounts Tracker and Workbook

This is a resource for authors to keep an account of the numbers of sales and earnings each day. It will provide valuable data which will help to inform authors how to most effectively manage their business and, hopefully, show the growth and trends in their business. This excel work-book willKeep accounts of daily / weekly / monthly and yearly sales figures and numbers of products sold Record sales figures in graph formatProvide real-time averages of products sold and sales figures for each day of the weekProvide real-time averages of products sold and sales figures for each week of the yearProvide real-time averages of products sold and sales figures for each month of the yearProvide real-time averages of products sold and sales figures for each yearIt will enable authors to analyse Which days are the best for salesHow TES sales or individual sales impact on numbers of products sold Observe trends in sales throughout the yearThe workbook has been set up to input figures from September 2016 until December 2021.Other Resources for AuthorsHow to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step GuideTES Author Calendar and Planner

Sale#### DATA FOR STATISTICS: MEAN, MEDIAN, MODE, RANGE AND OUTLIER

Facilitate sound conceptual knowledge of data for statistics (mean, median, mode, range, and outlier) with this student-friendly resource. The 64 task cards (colour and blackline) and hands-on activities not only target differentiation in the classroom but also provide a vital link to real-life math. WHAT IS INCLUDED 20 Task Cards on finding the Range of a data set. Task cards range in complexity. Cards 1-12 facilitate acquisition of key concepts through visuals and simpler tasks. Cards 13-20 are more challenging. 20 task cards on finding the mode, median, and outlier. Cards 1-14 facilitate acquisition of key concepts. Cards 15-20 are more challenging. 24 task cards on finding the Mean. Task cards range in complexity. Cards 1-8 facilitate acquisition of key concept. Cards 9-24 are more challenging. * All task cards feature kid friendly font and eye-catching graphics that make conceptual content less daunting. WHAT ELSE* 4 hands-on activities targeting students who are academically challenged. Students cut apart the data cards, arrange in ascending order and find the median, mode, mean, range and outlier. They record their findings in their maths journals. Data cards feature gumballs, apples, popcorn, and candy bags. *4 task cards that provide a connection to real-life math. These tasks are fun and students use their maths journal to record answers. The task cards feature the following activities: What’s in a name? It’s the age! Real-life maths with Dice Numbers Real-life maths with Telephone Numbers Math vocabulary display cards that feature the word and definition of mean, median, mode, range, and outlier. *Response Sheets to record results. Answer keys. SUGGESTED USE Use the colour task cards in centres. The blackline task cards may be glued in students’ math journals for reference. There are 4 cards on a page. You also have the option to print all 20/24 cards on a single page that students can attach to their journals for reference. You can also play Scoot with the task cards or simply leave them around the classroom for students to move quietly and solve.

Sale#### BUNDLE - Functional Skills Diagnostics E3 L1 L2 and Workbooks E2 E3 L1

Functional Skills Diagnostic Tests - Number - E3 L1 L2
Numbers Workbooks - Functional Skills E2 E3 L1
Measures Workbooks- Functional Skills E3 L1
Handling Data Workbooks - Functional Skills E3 L1
All Mandymaths_TES resources are here
maths numeracy Functional Skills Entry 3 Level 1 Level 2

A guide to the essentials for further developing statistical thinking. Dealing with numeric data displays and multi variate data.The statistics for students in the upper primary and lower secondary years. Download onto your phone or tablet and have a quick guide at your fingertips.

Sale#### Statistics for the Primary Years

This bundle provides all you need to know to provide the learning experiences for your students. Statistical Investigations cross over into all curriculum areas. It is a tool for inquiry. The need to be statistically literate is essential in today's world and the future world of our students.
Use for planning a school programme of learning.
Use for developing your understanding of statistics.

Sale#### Paper Airplane Project: Rounding, Estimating and Data Processing

This presentation (including embedded hyperlinks and worksheets) is a multi-week project where students will apply their knowledge of rounding and estimating numbers and then processing that data via various graphing methods. My students had a lot of fun with this and were always eager for the next session. I hope yours feel the same!Promethean/ActivInspire software is required for this file.

Create lessons in seconds with this HUGE PowerPoint of animated lesson activities. There are HUNDREDS of templates that you can over-type in seconds to create engaging lesson material. Highly praised by John Simpkin of Spartacus Educational and Mark Warner of Teaching Ideas. I am very confident you will like this. If you do, please click on my profile to see my other popular resources. Thanks(This file also has a bank of PowerPoint timers - it's the most useful planning tool ever!) The size of the file should show you how much stuff there is! Without sounding overly confident - it's the best resource out there!Many thanksCopyright T.TaylorNOTE: Following its success in the summer sale, I have decided to keep the sale price - so grab a bargain! Used to be £5. Many thanks.

Sale#### RATIO BUNDLE: WHOLE NUMBERS: DECIMALS:FRACTIONS:WORD PROBLEMS

This bundled resource will provide your students with a thorough understanding on the concept of Ratio and Proportion. The templates are designed to be kid-friendly with cool kids clip-art and pleasant-to-read font to motivate students. Material that could otherwise prove daunting is presented in a simple easy-to-understand way. I've used this resource successfully with grades 5 - 8 students. Rest assured these resources in this mega bundle are student-classroom tested.
Your students will be able to:
✓ understand the concept of ratio and proportion using hands-on materials such as dice, spinners, coins, candy and visual data.
✓ simplify whole-number ratios.
✓ simplify decimal number ratios.
✓ simplify ratios that are fractions.
✓ solve ratio word problems.
✓ work with patterns of equivalent ratios.
✓ understand and work-out proportion.
✓have the option of working with QR codes, print-n-go sheets, and task cards to solve ratio problems
✓ have a thorough understanding of all ratio concepts.
PACKS INCLUDED IN THIS BUNDLE:
1. RATIO: AN INTRODUCTION
This unit provides an introduction to Ratio. Conceptual content is conveyed through hands-on activities using visuals, dice, spinners, coins, and candy. This unit brings to light how ratio is used in everyday aspects of life. All sheets may be compiled into a reference booklet.
SECTIONS INCLUDED:
♦ Booklet Cover with a quote by Charles Jencks
♦ Definition of Ratio and practical application
♦ Ratio with noughts and crosses
♦ Ratio with Beautiful Buttons (visual)
♦ Ratio with Bag of Numbers (visual)
♦ Ratio with Smart Smarties (candy)
♦ Ratio with Dice Roll (single six-sided dice)
♦ Ratio with Super Spinner (spinner)
♦ Ratio with Coin Toss (three coins)
♦ Word Problems: writing a mathematical ratio
♦ Word Problems: mathematical ratio reasoning
♦ Home Learning Task: Observation of ratio in everyday aspects of real life.
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2. SIMPLIFYING RATIOS: WHOLE NUMBERS
With this resource, your students will be able to simplify whole number ratios, find the highest common factor (HCF), formulate equivalent ratios and identify a pattern in a given set of ratios. Also included is a fun Math Lib activity to reinforce taught content.
SECTIONS INCLUDED:
♦ Booklet Cover with a quote by Hans Hoffman
♦ Study note on Simplifying Ratios
♦ Simplifying whole-number ratios by finding the highest common factor (HCF) – ‘work with the teacher’ sheets and ‘work on your own’ sheets
♦ Simplifying whole-number ratios (math LIB) Recording Sheet.
♦ Simplifying whole-number ratios (math LIB) 10 Task Cards. (2 on a page) colour and Blackline
♦ Simplifying whole-number ratios (math LIB) 10 blackline Task Cards on a single page for students to glue in their notebooks as reference.
♦ Completing the patterns of equivalent ratios sheet
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3. SIMPLIFYING RATIOS: DECIMAL NUMBERS
This resource will teach your students to simplify ratios that have decimal numbers by multiplying by the powers of ten to work with simplification of whole numbers. Also included is a fun Math Lib activity to reinforce taught content.
SECTIONS INCLUDED:
♦ Booklet Cover (for student)
♦ Anchor Chart (colour and blackline) on Simplifying Ratios with decimal numbers.
♦ Simplifying decimal number ratios: 33 problems
♦ Simplifying decimal number ratios (math LIB) Recording Sheet.
♦ Simplifying decimal number ratios (math LIB) 10 Task Cards. (2 on a page) colour and Blackline
♦ Simplifying decimal number ratios (math LIB) 10 blackline Task Cards on a single page for students to glue in their notebooks as reference.
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MATH LIB ACTIVITY:
My students really enjoyed this activity – I’m sure your students will too! I cut out and laminated the ten task cards. I then tacked them to the wall with Blu-Tac (this way cards don’t get lost if they were left on students’ desks – it also gets students up and moving), Students then write the ratio to solve on their recording sheet, simplify it and look for their answer from the list of options. They write the word against the selected option in the ‘fill in the blanks’ section. The end result is a spooky message. You will find that this is a far more interesting way of answering a multiple-choice question and checking students’ answers. The cards target differentiation.
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4. SIMPLIFYING RATIOS: FRACTIONS
With this resource, your students will be able to simplify ratios that are fractions by writing each fraction with a common denominator to work with simplification of whole numbers. Also included is a fun Scavenger Hunt to reinforce taught content.
SECTIONS INCLUDED:
♦ Booklet Cover featuring a brief overview of concepts learned
♦ Anchor Charts x 2 (colour and blackline) on Simplifying Ratios that are fractions
♦ Simplifying Ratios that are Fractions: 24 problems
♦ Simplifying Ratios that are Fractions Scavenger Hunt: 12 Cards (colour and blackline) and 2 recording sheets
♦ 12 blackline Scavenger Hunt Cards on a single page for students to glue in their notebooks as reference.
♦ Teaching Aid Sheet on Multiples of Numbers 2-10
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5. RATIO WORD PROBLEMS
Give your students the experience of solving problems on the topic of Ratio and Proportion with this challenging pack of 54 questions. Students will convert between different units of measurement and read and solve a diverse selection of problems.
SECTIONS INCLUDED:
♦ 24 warm-up problems involving conversion of units from metres to centimetres, dollars to cents, hours to minutes and seconds, kilograms to grams, centimetres to millimetres, litres to millilitres, kilometres to metres,
♦ 30 Word Problems that include a diverse selection of problems targeting differentiation. The ‘Work with the Teacher’ pages help familiarise students with the working-out of the problem so students are able to attempt the ‘Work with a Partner’ pages either with a partner or independently. These pages adopt the same approach to solving the problem similar to the ‘Work with the Teacher’ pages. The word problems are also similar, just featuring different digits to reinforce problem-solving strategies and set up all students for success. The ‘Work with the Teacher and a Partner’ pages would be more suitable for students willing to take on more of a challenge.
♦ Detailed answer key for all problems that can be projected on an interactive whiteboard for explicit teacher explanation.
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6. ALL ABOUT RATIOS: SHEETS AND TASK CARDS
This unit will help your students to review all previous lessons on Ratio and Proportion. The combination of print-n-go sheets and task cards will enable you to teach and reinforce conceptual content.
SECTIONS INCLUDED:
♦ Cover for student booklet if compiling all sheets
♦ Simplifying Ratios: Whole Numbers: 28 sums
♦ Simplifying Ratios QR Code Option: 27 QR codes
♦ Simplifying Ratios: Decimal Numbers: 20 sums
♦ Simplifying Ratios: Decimal Numbers QR Code Option: 18 QR codes
♦ Simplifying Ratios: Fractions: 18 sums
♦ Ratio Problems: Conversions (m, cm, cents, seconds, minutes, grams, mg, kilograms, mm, cm, ml, l, m, km) : 12 sums
♦ Ratio Problems: QR Code Option: Conversions : 9 QR Codes
♦ Ratio Word Problems Print-n-go Sheets: 18 problems
♦ Ratio Word Problems (color) Task Cards: 24 Task Cards
♦ Ratio Word Problems (blackline) Task Cards: 24 Task Cards
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QR CODES
Students have the option of solving ratio sums by scanning the QR Codes. They will need a QR Code Scanner to do this. You may download i-nigma for free. Place the QR Code Cards around the classroom for added fun. This activity allows for movement and builds student enthusiasm.
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24 TASK CARDS: COLOUR AND BLACKLINE
WHAT’S INCLUDED:
♦ Problem Cards 1-4: Simplifying Ratios Whole Numbers (with two given subjects)
♦ Problem Cards 5-8: Simplifying Ratios Whole Numbers (with three given subjects)
♦ Problem Cards 9-12: Simplifying Ratios (Fractions)
♦ Problem Cards 13-16: Solving (cooking) problems involving cross-multiplication
♦ Problem Cards 17-20: Solving problems where the total amount is given and
students use the method of cross-multiplication to find one part of the amount.
♦ Problem Cards 21-24: Solving problems where one part of the total amount is given and students have to find the other part of the amount on the basis of a given ratio.

This unit provides an introduction to Ratio. Conceptual content is conveyed through hands-on activities using visuals, dice, spinners, coins, and candy. This unit brings to light how ratio is used in everyday aspects of life. All sheets may be compiled into a reference booklet.SECTIONS INCLUDED: ♦ Booklet Cover with a quote by Charles Jencks♦ Definition of Ratio and practical application♦ Ratio with noughts and crosses♦ Ratio with Beautiful Buttons (visual)♦ Ratio with Bag of Numbers (visual)♦ Ratio with Smart Smarties (candy)♦ Ratio with Dice Roll (single six-sided dice)♦ Ratio with Super Spinner (spinner)♦ Ratio with Coin Toss (three coins)♦ Word Problems: writing a mathematical ratio♦ Word Problems: mathematical ratio reasoning♦ Home Learning Task: Observation of ratio in everyday aspects of real life.ADDITIONAL: ✓ Answer Key included

Sale#### Box Plot (Box and Whisker) Comparing

Comparing Box Plots. An animation describing how to compare box plots. 2 Worksheets on Comparing Box Plots with Answers.Great for revision for whole lesson.

Includes two L2 example papers and issue 1 of the school run chronicles all problem solving tasks great for revision.
Plan a trip to Florida - includes percentages, money, using scales maps, tables, fractions, speed distance time and averages.
Paper 2 Sell the cat painting includes percentages, fractions, extract information, imperial to metric and metric to metric conversion,drawing a scaleplan,ratio,mean,median,mode,range including interpreting results. Pie charts and tables. All in problem solving context.

This is a model of how a projectile travels after launch.It is aimed at Science /Physics Pupils in KS3/4.The tasks begin quite simply. They become more and more involved. The later tasks might take bright pupils a couple of lessons or homeworks to do.Each task is accessed by clicking a 'worksheet tab' at the bottom of the screen and transferring data from the model screen to the task screen. Each task is self contained. They all involve pupils altering the variables (Launch Speed, Elevation, Wind Speed and Direction, Drag Factor) in a carefully structured manner. The tasks involve:1) Investigating the range, for wind speeds of zero and -20m/s with drag at 0.002) As (1) but launch speed of 100m/s and drag of 0.10 each time.3) An investigation of best elevation for maximum range, with drag applied.4) As (3) but with wind speed as -20m/s5) The production of a complete set of results for the best elevation at different wind speeds for a set value of drag.All of the pupils results are entered directly onto the various 'Task Screens'. Teachers will need to provide a way of them saving their work on a computer between lessons.The variable entry table is validated to prevent typos.Each Excel 'worksheet' is protected for structure, but not password protected. Schools will need first to save the file in a 'read only' area of a network and then decide if they want the internal elements protected with a password (tools>protection)

Sale#### Handling Data Graph work

This set of resources looks at representing quantitive and qualitative data in their various forms.

Sale#### Mega Project Bundle

This project bundle includes 9 projects and 2 story starter activities which are suitable for upper KS2.Each one will take several lessons to complete and could be given for homework.It includes...1. Titanic Homework / End of Year Project2. Mary Celeste Homework / End of Year Project3. Enterprise Project For Years 5 and 64. Kensuke's Kingdom Writing Project5. The Band Project - for Upper KS2 or KS36. Wreck of the Zanzibar Project for Year 4 and 57. The Mysterious Book Project for Years 5 and 68. The Mysterious Photograph for Years 5 and 69. The Mysterious Time Traveller for Years 5 and 610. Story Starters - Hidden Messages11. Story Starters - Crime StoriesPLEASE CLICK davlae NEAR THE TOP OF THIS PAGE OR GO TO...www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/davlae...TO VISIT MY SHOP.

A guide to the essentials when teaching beginners of statistics. Download onto your phone or tablet and have a quick guide at your fingertips.Discover the early progressions in statistics that underpin most other areas of the curriculum - not just in mathematics.Make the connections to other strands and provide students with a scaffolded learning progression for success.

Sale#### BAR GRAPHS INTERACTIVE FUN AND SURVEYS

Everything you would like to teach about bar graphs is contained in this ultimate bar graph collection pack. This 110 page booklet features interactive pictographs and bar graphs in the ‘Bar Graphs Interactive Fun' collection and a wide variety of class surveys undertaken in the ‘Bar Graphs Class Surveys’ collection. In addition, there are four other graphing activities that enable students to move from the concrete to the abstract. Graphs target students of different ability levels and are categorised into two main sections:A. WORKING WITH THE CONCRETE:Activities involve using concrete materials such as pictures, dice, spinners, coins and smarties/M&M'S to collect, tabulate, graph and interpret data in bar/column graphs. B. WORKING FROM THE CONCRETE TO THE ABSTRACT Activities involve graphing given tabulated data and interpreting graphed data. Students title the axes and draw up a scale in intervals.C. OUR CLASS BAR GRAPHS COLLECTION This set of bar graphs require students to conduct surveys to collect and tabulate data. They then graph the data on a grid, record findings and write down two questions to ask a friend. The first few graphs have the scale drawn and the intervals marked, however in consecutive graphs students draw up their own scale and mark the intervals.D. SPINNERS AND FLASHCARDS This section contains blank spinners for students to colour and create their own data to be graphed. Mathematical language in flashcards contain 39 key vocabulary words used when working with bar graphs.* Answer keys included for relevant sections (except surveys).

Sale#### PIE CHARTS: PRINT-N-GO SHEETS AND TASK CARDS

If you would like to teach a unit on pie charts using a combination of task cards and print-n- go activity sheets, then this 102 page activity pack fits the purpose. The appealing coloured task cards may be used in math centres. There is also a black and white version that can be cut and pasted in notebooks. Alternatively, the NO PREP print-n-go activity sheets could be used as a means to assess taught content, review concepts or placed in homework folders.Please note that content in both formats is similar with an addition of two more graphs in the task card section. Details on the sections included in this pack are further outlined:PIE CHARTS NO PREP PRINT-N-GO PRINTABLES Work in this unit is divided into two sections:I. Reading and Interpreting Pie Charts Data sets are represented in fractions and percentages. Students interpret data represented in tally tables and pie charts. Each graphing activity includes target questions that interpret data and is accompanied with an answer sheet. There is also a black and white version of the represented pie chart for each graphing activity. There are seven pie charts under this section.II. Constructing Pie Charts Activities in this section require students to represent data from tally tables, class surveys and hands-on materials like dice, spinners, smarties and coins in pie charts. Step-by-step instruction facilitates the construction of the proportion of each sector that make up a pie chart using a protractor. There are nine pie charts under this section.PIE CHARTS TASK CARDS The following sections are featured.I. Reading and Interpreting Pie Charts – Section 1 There are 16 colour task cards in this section comprising of 8 question cards, 8 pie chart representations and 1 student answer response sheet. Answers to the 8 question cards are included.* suggested use: math centres II. Reading and Interpreting Pie Charts – Section 2 This section has a black and white version of the 16 colour task cards in section 1. Answer cards can be projected on the interactive whiteboard for students to self-check.* suggested use: cut and paste in notebooksIII. Constructing and Interpreting Pie Charts – Section 3This section has 6 task cards that require students to collect real-life data via class surveys. Collected data is tabulated and represented in a pie chart. Students use a protractor to construct the degrees of each sector. A sample working-out of this procedure is included. There are 12 response sheets (2 per page) to represent and interpret data collected in pie charts.

Sale#### GRAPHS MEGA BUNDLE

Great quality and value for this whopping 324 page unit on graphing! This could be your entire graphing unit for the year.The unit features highly interactive activities on creating and interpreting bar graphs, pictographs, line graphs, line plots and pie charts. Data is collected and interpreted using concrete materials such as visuals, dice, spinners, coins and other real-life objects and contexts. 1. BAR GRAPHS THE ULTIMATE COLLECTIONThis is a 107 page collection of pictographs and bar graphs. Interactive activities enable students to move from working with the concrete to understanding the abstract. There are 29 graphing activities in this section that target collecting and interpreting data and conducting surveys. Graphs target students of different ability levels and are categorised into two main sections: A. WORKING WITH THE CONCRETE: Activities involve using concrete materials such as pictures, dice, spinners, coins and smarties/M&M'S to collect, tabulate, graph and interpret data in bar/column graphs. B. WORKING FROM THE CONCRETE TO THE ABSTRACT Activities involve graphing given tabulated data and interpreting graphed data. Students title the axes and draw up a scale in intervals.C. OUR CLASS BAR GRAPHS COLLECTION This set of bar graphs require students to conduct surveys to collect and tabulate data. They then graph the data on a grid, record findings and write down two questions to ask a friend. The first few graphs have the scale drawn and the intervals marked, however in consecutive graphs students draw up their own scale and mark the intervals.D. SPINNERS AND FLASHCARDS This section contains blank spinners for students to colour and create their own data to be graphed. Mathematical language in flashcards contain 39 key vocabulary words used when working with bar graphs.2. LINE GRAPHS COLLECTIONThis is a 62 page section on Line Graphs that contains highly visual interactive activities to collate, record and interpret data in line graphs. There are 8 sets of line graphs in this section. Each graphing activity includes the following: ✓ a given scenario or problem✓ visual picture cards ✓ a line graph template with scale intervals marked✓ a line graph template with scale intervals unmarked ✓ a task card including questions to interpret data collected✓ an answer sheetTask sheets require students to interpret data on created graphs and target a variety of questions related to addition, subtraction and finding the mean of numbers. 3. LINE PLOTS COLLECTION This is a 62 page comprehensive section on Line Plots that covers all key mathematical concepts and strategies to collate and display data in fractions of a unit using interactive materials like visual cards, dice, spinners and real-life data. There are 16 activities in this section that target the acquisition of key graphing skills. This section also includes an answer sheet for each graphing activity. 4. PIE CHARTS BUNDLE {TASK CARDS AND PRINT-N-GO SHEETS)This 102 page unit on Pie Charts features a combination of task cards and print-n-go sheets to facilitate students to collate, record and interpret data in pie charts. Content in both formats is similar with an addition of two more graphs in the task card section, this is so you can have a choice of using either the task cards or the print-n-go sheets. Work in this unit is divided into two sections:I. Reading and Interpreting Pie Charts Data sets are represented in fractions and percentages. Students interpret data represented in tally tables and pie charts. Each graphing activity includes target questions that interpret data and is accompanied with an answer sheet. There is also a black and white version of the represented pie chart for each graphing activity. There are seven graphing activities in this section.II. Constructing Pie Charts Activities in this section require students to represent data from tally tables, class surveys and hands-on materials like dice, spinners, smarties and coins in pie charts. Step-by-step instruction facilitates the construction of the proportion of each sector that make up a pie chart using a protractor. There are nine graphing activities in this section.In addition: → Each graphing section features flashcards containing key vocabulary used when working with graphs.→ Activities in each graphing pack are aligned to the Australian Curriculum Standards.→ you can also buy these graphing packs individually from my store. Save by purchasing this bundle!

This 62 page comprehensive unit on Line Plots covers all key Mathematical concepts and strategies to collate and display data in fractions of a unit using interactive materials like visual cards, dice, spinners and real-life data. The unit is categorised into two main sections: I. Working with the Concrete Activities in this section feature real-life scenarios using interactive materials to create and interpret Line Plots using fractions of a unit and whole numbers. II. Working with the AbstractThis section targets creating, reading and interpreting Line Plots with given real-life data. Task cards are used to interpret or record given data. Suggested use of this unit: I use this unit in group rotations. Whole-class teaching of general concepts is administered and work on graphs in this unit is rotated among four groups comprising of 4-5 students to reinforce skills. Each student works on 2-3 graphs depending upon pace and ability. There are also extra graphs for the early finishers. Alternatively, these graphing activities could also be used in Math Centres.

his 62 page booklet contains highly visual interactive activities to collate, record and interpret data in line graphs. Each graphing activity includes the following: ♦ a given scenario or problem♦ visual picture cards ♦ a line graph template with scale intervals marked♦ a line graph template with scale intervals unmarked ♦ A task card including questions to interpret data collected♦ an answer sheetYou will find the following line graphs in this pack: ✓ Chocolate Fundraiser✓ Hotdog Sales✓ Temperature Blues✓ Growing Up✓ Sprouting Forth✓ Diet Trial✓ Test Scores✓ Pizza Sales→ Task sheets require students to interpret created graphs and target a variety of questions related to addition, subtraction and finding the mean of numbers.→ Pack also includes flashcards that feature key mathematical vocabulary when working with Line Graphs.Suggested Use: Cut, laminate and place each set of visual cards in zip-lock bags together with activity sheets, task cards and line graph templates in file folder for use in math rotation groups and independent centres.

A guide to the essentials for developing statistical thinking and understanding how data displays are constructed to ensure correct interpretation of displays.The statistics for students in the middle primary years. Download onto your phone or tablet and have a quick guide at your fingertips.

Sale#### Year 6 Pie Charts REAL LIFE Maths One Week Project compliments the INSPIRE maths scheme

Here is the next upload in my REAL LIFE maths planning helping children to understand the use and relevance of maths in the real world beyond their classroom. This is a one week in school and homework project for year 6 either before or after SATS it revises a number of different topics all at once including Number, Statistics and Fractions but also adheres to some of the year 6 Science National Curriculum as well. I ran this project along side our New Inspire maths scheme in practice book and textbook 6B. Learning Objectives from the year 6 checklist and brief for the children are provided!

Get ready to plan a popcorn and movie party, keeping the kids engaged with this week long inquiry based math project. It offers collaborative learning and hands on inquiry requiring the children to solve problems, think critically and apply their knowledge of measure, time, fractions, place value, ratio tables and word problems with the four operations as they prepare their own class party! Text is included with data that the children will have to identify in order to solve the problems. This the perfect end of the year keep ‘em going activity , substitute teacher plans or any time you need that boost of motivation in the class. ( some might call it bribery ) UK & USA spelling.The kids will plan the flavour of popcorn to use, with a taste test & class vote , analysing the data gathered and recording in a variety of ways according to their level in math. This can be used with 3rd-6th grades. They will be required to measure distance in the Great Popcorn Toss, find fractions with data, identify place value, calculate quantities of popcorn needed, find elapsed time in order to decide upon the best time to hold their party in class, research a movie for the party and much more. Eventually the groups will present their arguments for their favourite movie in a bid to persuade the rest of the class and the winning choices shall be part of the popcorn and a movie party. Comparing and contrasting each group’s work, helps with critical thinking too and communication skills. Wholly differentiated, ( Task B cards are less challenging) you can use it as a summative assessment tool of the skills and standards included. It can be created as a booklet or in a binder., with a front cover included being used as a goal setting pre assessment for the children. Mix and match the pages to suit your students’ needs. This inquiry based math packet is easy to print and go, perfect for year round. I designed it for my IB PYP 5th grade class. It can be used 3rd – 6th grade too. You will find the following skills and standards ideally suited for the IB PYP Phase 4 and CCSS Math for 4th and 5th grade:Number sense and base ten operationsFractions: finding fractions, subtracting and simplifyingMeasure: using measuring tools , elapsed time, weight, lengthData analysis: graphing, maximum, minimumMake math fun, engaging and authentic! You can find many more inquiry based learning tools in my store and on my blog. Enjoy! Susan Powerswww.pypteachingtools.com