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### Interpreting Bar Charts - Popular Sports

Interpreting Bar ChartsThis worksheet encourages students to explore data representation, make comparisons, and practise basic arithmetic operations while having fun with popular sports. It's designed to promote a strong foundation in statistics and problem-solving skills, in accordance with the Year 4 curriculum.

Age: 8 - 9
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### Creating a Bar Chart

Creating a Bar ChartThis worksheet aims to engage students in the process of creating a bar chart based on real-world data. Students will use the provided data and scenario to construct a bar chart and then answer questions related to the chart. This activity fosters data representation and analysis skills.

Age: 10 - 11
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### Extracurricular Activities Bar Chart

Extracurricular Activities Bar Chart WorksheetThis handy maths worksheet will help students develop their skills in reading and interpreting bar charts while providing engaging questions related to student participation in various extracurricular activities. The bar chart represents the number of students involved in different clubs or activities.&nbsp;There are seven questions that require students to analyse the bar chart data and use critical thinking skills. Questions include comparisons between activities, calculating differences, and adding and subtracting participation numbers.

Age: 9 - 10
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### Interpreting Bar Charts

Interpreting Bar ChartsThis worksheet is designed to help students develop their data-handling skills using a bar chart. Students are presented with a bar chart that displays the favourite ice cream flavours of a group of students. They will need to interpret the chart and answer a series of questions that involve reading and understanding the information presented in the chart.

Age: 9 - 10
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### Bar charts - Presenting data

Bar charts - Presenting dataYear 4 Statistics:interpret and present discrete and continuous data using appropriate graphical methods, including bar charts and time graphs.This year 4 maths worksheet is a handy resource for children to use to learn how to read and present data in their own bar chart.

Age: 8 - 9
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