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### Tally and Graph - Woodland animals

Tally and Graph - Woodland animalsThis worksheet is designed to help students grasp the fundamentals of creating a bar chart. It begins by providing a set of tally data related to woodland animals. Students are tasked with taking this tally data and using it to construct their own bar chart.

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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Reading stem-and-leaf plotsThis worksheet is designed for students to practise interpreting stem-and-leaf plots. Stem-and-leaf plots are a visual representation of data that help us understand the distribution of values within a dataset. In this activity, students will work with data related to the number of books read by year 5 students. They will answer questions to analyse the information presented.&nbsp;This activity can be a valuable addition to the curriculum to reinforce data analysis and visualisation skills.

Age: 9 - 10
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### Stem-and-leaf plot: Test scores

What is a stem-and-leaf plot?&nbsp;A stem-and-leaf plot is a way to organise and display data. In a stem-and-leaf plot, the data is separated into two parts: the "stem" and the "leaf." The stem represents the tens or hundreds place of each number, while the leaf represents the ones place.Students create their own stem-and-leaf plot using the data on the worksheet. After creating their plot, they answer seven questions based on their plot.&nbsp;This activity will help students understand what a stem-and-leaf plot is and practise creating their own plots based on given data. The questions aim to reinforce their knowledge and interpretation of stem-and-leaf plots. Review the answers with the students to ensure their comprehension of the concept.

Age: 9 - 10
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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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