Data and statistics teaching resources: Data representation

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

Types of Graphs and Statistics Math Notebook Pages

Types of Graphs and Statistics Math Notebook Pages

14 pages for an interactive notebook--over dot plot, stem and leaf plot, box plot, percent bar graph, and histograms. Common statistics vocabulary is also included like mean, median, mode, range, interquartile range, skewed, variability, etc. For my statistics unit, I have my students collect their own data so they feel more connected to the graphs we are making. For each graph students will make, there is a question that students can answer to collect data. To make each graph, there are a variety of questions included that you can have students collect data on. Then they graph the data and analyze it. There are two documents included. One is editable; the other isn’t. In the editable version, you can change the question that the students are asking and collecting data on if the one on the page doesn’t work for your class. You need a PDF reader like Adobe Acrobat to fill in the forms. That is the only editable part.

By randistowe

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Statistics Revision

Statistics Revision

Over £30 pounds worth of resources a SPECIAL PRICE, TODAY ONLY. The Great ALL Statistics Bundle filled with worksheets and answers, lesson presentation engaging and interactive. Great for whole lesson or quick fire revision.11 Resources, Over 15 Lessons worth of resources. Contains GREAT Animated Graphics / tools to make that teaching easier. Ideal for revision or for whole lessons, very well planned and in detail so ideal for either mode. Data Handling Lessons. Enjoy!

By Shamster

CHANCE AND PROBABILITY: NO PREP PRINT-N-GO SHEETS

CHANCE AND PROBABILITY: NO PREP PRINT-N-GO SHEETS

Use this comprehensive pack of differentiated Print-n-Go Sheets to teach and reinforce conceptual knowledge of Chance and Probability. The hands-on interactive activities will also facilitate practical application and enable students to work with the concrete in order to understand the abstract. Moreover the activities are sure to make the teaching of Theoretical and Experimental probability not just easy but pure fun! ITEMS INCLUDED Cover pages for each section, if compiling sheets into a booklet. 1. The Probability Scale; Words Describing Chance: ♦ Definitions and given scenarios♦ Chance and Data (language of chance); class survey: favourite food; favourite sport2. Theoretical Probability: Manipulatives, spinner numbers, spinner names, spinner colours, marbles, dice numbers, playing cards3.Theoretical Probability: possible outcomes using Tree Diagrams and Grids ♦ two coins ♦ a coin and a dice ♦ a dice and a spinner 4. Theoretical and Experimental Probability: ♦ Rolling a six-sided dice a given number of times.♦ Tossing two coins a given number of times.♦ Spinning a spinner a given number of times.♦ Picking an M&M colour a given number of times.5. Experimental Probability: ♦ Dice roll to find the number of trials and relative frequency of the numbers rolled.♦ Group experiment to toss a coin a given number of times and record the total heads, total tails, total outcomes, and relative frequencies of heads and tails (fractions and decimals) for each group. This is to prove the law of large numbers that indicate that as the number of trials increase, the relative frequencies tend to get closer to the expected value (0.5) of tossing a coin.6. Word Problems for both theoretical and experimental probability outcomes: This section features ‘Work with Teacher’ and ‘Student Practice’ pages. The ‘Work with Teacher’ page will enable you to demonstrate the solution for each problem. I work on the PDF version of the file on the I-pad. This is projected on the interactive whiteboard (via a VGA cable) as I show annotations and working out of the problems. The ‘Student Practice’ pages will enable your students to practise the problem-solving strategies modelled by you in the ‘Work with Teacher’ pages. Problems are the same format with only a change in the numbers. Nature of Problems: ♦ Picking a favourable outcome from given possible outcomes.♦ Problems pertaining to coin tosses and dice rolls♦ Real-life problem: left-handed, right-handed people ♦ Problems involving possible combinations shown via a tree diagram ♦ Problems with Spinner spins→ Also included 18 colourful and meaningful vocabulary cards.

By lauranerae

Collecting and interpreting data on favourite biscuit - Year 3

Collecting and interpreting data on favourite biscuit - Year 3

This is a worksheet where the chn have to discuss what the tally chart is about. LO and SC are included on the worksheet. Then the chn have to write the headings above the columns on the chart. Next the chn have to collect the data themselves, asking their peers which biscuit is their favourite and record it in tallies on the chart. Chn have to complete the chart and then discuss what they have found. Finally I asked the chn to draw a bar graph and then analyse the data in their books.

By vbanks

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Speed Distance Time - FACT MAP activity

Speed Distance Time - FACT MAP activity

Activity aimed at KS3/4 pupils studying problems related to speed/distance/time and travel graphs.Questions centre around a single statement in the middle of the page, with various 'follow up' questions around the edge. Questions are coloured by difficulty and activity includes opportunity for more able students to write their own problems based around the original statement.Please note that questions are not linked to each other - each question presents a different scenario which could arise from the central statement.Solutions provided.Suggested introduction: Provide a similar statement on the board and ask pupils 'what might they ask about the journey?'

By MrandMrsKMaths

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Box Plot (Box and Whisker) Comparing

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.

By Shamster

End of the Year Review Unit {Ratios, Rates, & Inequalities Emphasis}

End of the Year Review Unit {Ratios, Rates, & Inequalities Emphasis}

This no prep project is the perfect way to wrap up the end of the year or to review for state tests like STAAR. In this project, students perform math calculations to set up a lemonade stand. Students will use ratios, rates, equations, inequalities, decimal operations, and percents to determine how to maximize their lemonade profits.The project uses four activities that students complete, each with its own instructional emphasis:•“The Set Up”…Finding Unit Rates•“The Recipe”…Proportionality and Percents•“The Money”…Proportionality and Decimal Operations•“The Profit”…Equations and InequalitiesThis unit can be used by students independently, in partners, or it can also be used for an interesting way to remediate and tutor students.

By LeafandSTEMLearning

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Wreck of the Zanzibar Project for Year 4 and 5

Wreck of the Zanzibar Project for Year 4 and 5

This project includes a range of activities and is suitable for Year 4 and 5 children.It includes geography, maths, art, reading and writing activities.The project is 9 pages long, but it can be made shorter by simply omitting pages.PLEASE CLICK davlae NEAR THE STARS AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE TO SEE MY OTHER RESOURCES.

By davlae

Block graphs

Block graphs

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.

By bonnyisabear

Venn Diagrams 9-1 Lesson

Venn Diagrams 9-1 Lesson

A series of lessons on Venn Diagrams which involve drawing information from a Venn Diagram, drawing venn diagrams and calculating probabilities from Venn Diagrams.This lesson can be aimed at middle and high ability and all tasks are differentiated to at least 2 different levels.All tasks have solutions and is ideal to use with a new curriculum topic.Used with year 11 and pupils engaged and being challenged at all levels.

By IanBrennan

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Statistics Bundle

Statistics Bundle

Over £30 pounds worth of resources a bargain price. The Great ALL Statistics Bundle filled with worksheets and answers, lesson presentation engaging and interactive. Great for whole lesson or quick fire revision.11 Resources, Over 15 Lessons worth of resources. Contains GREAT Animated Graphics / tools to make that teaching easier.Data Handling Lessons. Enjoy!

By Shamster

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Averages (Revision)

Averages (Revision)

This resource contains Fantastic 5 Animated Tools / Graphics explaining and introducing the Median (One of the Averages). Very visual and engaging. Good for quick fire revision or whole lesson. Also Includes:1) How to work out the median from Cumulative Frequency Diagram. 2) How to work out the median from Stem and Leaf Diagram. 3) Works out median from ODD / Even Set of Data Set.

By Shamster

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Box Plot (Box and Whisker)

Box Plot (Box and Whisker)

Fantastic Resource on Box Plot (Box and Whisker) contains:Power Point interactive and engaging starts with Re-Cap on Cumulative Frequency Diagram. Contains 3 Brilliant Animated TOOL to show how Box Plot should be drawn from Cumulative Frequency Diagram and Stem and Leaf Diagram. Worksheets come with answers.Great for revision or whole lessons.

By Shamster

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Box Plot (Box and Whisker) Worksheets

Box Plot (Box and Whisker) Worksheets

Box Plot (Box and Whisker) Worksheets Work sheets with answers. Includes:1) Re-Cap on Cumulative Frequency 2) Labelling Box Plot 3) Drawing Box Plot from Cumulative Frequency Diagram.4) Drawing Box Plot from Stem and Leaf Diagram. 5) Comparing Box Plots.Great for revision or full lesson.

By Shamster

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Stem and Leaf Pie Chart Revision

Stem and Leaf Pie Chart Revision

Contains Fantastic Animated Tools on Stem and Leaf and Pie Charts.Demonstrates how it should be drawn. Can be used as a revision tool or lesson demonstration before students starting exercise work. Can also be used as questions being put on Interactive white board.

By Shamster

Interpret information in Tables, Graphs and charts - applying problems  KS2 Year 5 6 WORKSHEET ONLY

Interpret information in Tables, Graphs and charts - applying problems KS2 Year 5 6 WORKSHEET ONLY

Learning Objective: LO: I can complete, read and interpret information in tables.This resource is only for the WORKSHEET.It includes: 1x Worksheet - 1x Answer sheet for markingFor WHOLE LESSON, click here**This resource was made taking account of the National Curriculum Framework 2014 ** The SMART Notebook is for teacher input - The Notebook includes a quick starter , warm-up (multiplication wheel) and several questions based on the LO. (Please make sure you have the SMART Notebook software to use this).For any questions: simply email unalolgan@hotmail.com I will try to help if you have any queries.

By trabzonunal

Year 6 SATS Maths Reasoning Paper 3 Revision Gold/Exceeding level (2016+)

Year 6 SATS Maths Reasoning Paper 3 Revision Gold/Exceeding level (2016+)

A series of practice questions and answers for the year 6 Maths SATS for revision. These questions are aimed at pupils who are at Gold/Exceeding level. They can be done independently and then any misconceptions can be addressed with a teacher or teaching assistant. They could also be used by tutors or parents supporting pupils at home. All questions are based on 2016 Paper 3 and government sample materials.

By ElliottEducational

Smarties Fractions Investigation

Smarties Fractions Investigation

A fun activity teaching fractions using smartie tubes which can be extended to work on statistics by using tally charts and bar charts/pictograms/pie charts

By loulibby80

KS3 and KS4 maths revision starters

KS3 and KS4 maths revision starters

Over 300 pages of revision questions on just about every topic at KS3 and KS4. Most are designed as 10-15 minute starters (some take a little longer). PLEASE REVIEW / COMMENT. If you have any comments about topics or individual questions, or anything you could add, please message me.

By kmbheck