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Statistics: All Lessons (46 Lessons) - All your Data Handling needs + Resources

Statistics: All Lessons (46 Lessons) - All your Data Handling needs + Resources

This is 46 whole lessons with lots of additional resources included! Below is a list (alphabetical) of precisely what lessons are included. If you want more information then all individual lessons are available in my shop and maybe it might be worth buying one or two before purchasing this fantastic bundle. Averages 1 - Mode, Median and Mean Averages 2 - Which Average is Best Averages 3 - Grouped Data (Estimated Mean) Averages 4 - Mean vs Estimated Mean Bar Charts Binomial Distribution 1 - Investigation and Introduction Binomial Distribution 2 - Solving Problems Binomial Distribution 3 - Expectation and Variance Box Plots Coding Combining Data Sets Cumulative Frequency Discrete Random Variables Expectation and Variance Frequency Polygons Histograms 1 - Drawing Histograms 2 - Interpreting Interpolation - Estimating the Median Moving Averages Normal Distribution 1 - Standard Normal Normal Distribution 2 - Non-Standard Normal Distribution 3 - Backwards and Further Problems Normal Distribution 4 - Approximation for Binomial Distribution Pictograms Pie Charts 1 - Drawing Pie Charts 2 - Interpreting Product Moment Correlation Coefficient (PMCC) Poisson Distribution Probability 1 Probability 2 Probability 3 Probability 4 Probability 5 Questionnaires Regression Lines Sampling Scatter Diagrams Sets 1 - 2 sets Sets 2 - 3 sets Sets 3 - Probability Sets 4 - Conditional Probability Skewness Spearman’s Rank Correlation Coefficient Standard Deviation and the Variance Stem and Leaf Diagrams Two Way Tables NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources and as always please rate and feedback, thank you.
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Entry Level Statistics, Maths, Stats, SEND, SEN, Entry Level Maths

Entry Level Statistics, Maths, Stats, SEND, SEN, Entry Level Maths

Entry Level Statistics worksheet Sample page shows some of the examples 1.1 Sort and classify objects using a single criterion 1.2 Interpret and draw conclusions from a list or group of objects 1.3 Construct and interpret simple line graphs 2.1 Sort and classify objects using more than one criterion. This was developed for SEN Year 9 Students completing Entry level maths. This took my students a whole lesson with a separate starter and plenary, but this will depend on your students abilities. Could be used for other students as an introduction to statistics
libbyford
What could the question be? (exam style questions)

What could the question be? (exam style questions)

A selection of powerpoints with exam questions with the question part removed to generate discussion and to aid revision of several mathematical topics. The actual exam question is provided on the next slide, but don’t feel that you have to show that to students as the idea is to see what they can come up with and carry that through. These questions would appear on the foundation GCSE Maths paper but would also be very suitable for younger year groups. Question topics include: labeling circles grouped data ( - this could also be used with a higher tier group covering cumulative frequency and histograms) Points on an axis - could be used for midpoint or length of line using Pythagoras’ theorem or even the equation of the line that passes through both points Types of number and several more There are 14 seperate topics in total
sian-ceri
Scatter Graphs GCSE revision homework

Scatter Graphs GCSE revision homework

2 scatter graphs questions which can be used for teaching in a classroom on your whiteboard or printed off for students to complete. The video to go with it explains each step for the first question. Great as a homework as students can watch the video to help them work through each step.
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1001 SATS Questions By Topic (Part 1)

1001 SATS Questions By Topic (Part 1)

I have been through every past SAT paper for mathematics at KS2 and selected the questions which are still relevant to the new curriculum. I have <strong>grouped the questions by topic</strong> and worked out the answers. I find it very convenient to have the questions grouped together in topics so that I can be certain that I have covered everything fully. I will be uploading sets of questions throughout this week – aiming to finish by Friday! When I have finished, there will be 1001 questions for you to use directly with your students or just as a reference. This set of questions focuses on <i>statistics</i> and covers: <i>Pictograms Bar Charts Line Graphs Pie Charts Miscellaneous Charts Tables (inc. Timetables)</i>
Maths4Everyone
Statistics, Spring Block 3, Year 3

Statistics, Spring Block 3, Year 3

Resources to support the complete unit on Statistics. The resources support the planning provided by White Rose Maths and include varied fluency, reasoning and problem solving. The worksheets are in word and PDF for ease of use.
jennywren83
Tables, Spring Block 3, Year 3

Tables, Spring Block 3, Year 3

These resources support the small steps unit on Tables, following the planning provided by White Rose Maths. The worksheets are in word and PDF for ease of use and support varied fluency , reasoning and problem solving.
jennywren83
Patterns Printable Collection

Patterns Printable Collection

Practice patterns with ABCmouse! From beginner levels to super challenge, this collection includes printables for students at every level. There are printables available in both color and black and white. Create your FREE ABCmouse for Teachers account to access these and thousands more printable and digital resources for preschool through 2nd grade. Visit to sign up.
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Quiz, Quiz Trade  activity cards - Interpreting pictograms

Quiz, Quiz Trade activity cards - Interpreting pictograms

This is a great co-operative learning game for consolidating new learning in a fun and active way. Also great for revision. My classes enjoy the excuse to move around, work with different partners (and their friends) and have fun while learning. It does take some practice for them to get the hang of each step so I recommend playing more than once. (Great as a warm up game).
busyprimaryteacher247
Year 3 - interpreting pictograms  (2)

Year 3 - interpreting pictograms (2)

This resources enables children to read and interpret information from pictograms, make comparisons and ask questions about data. It includes worksheets linked to WRM fluency tasks 1 & 2 and reasoning questions. WRM Small Step: pictograms Curriculum links: -Interpret and present data using bar charts, pictograms and tables. -Solve one-step and two-step questions [for example, ‘How many more?’ and ‘How many fewer?’ using information presented in scaled bar charts and pictograms and tables. Enjoy! Your feedback is always welcome x
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