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Interpreting Pictograms - Favourite Book Genres

Interpreting Pictograms - Favourite Book Genres

This handy maths worksheet is designed to introduce students to the concept of pictograms while exploring their favourite book genres. The worksheet is a visually engaging and enjoyable way to enhance students' skills in data representation and interpretation, aligning with the national curriculum. The worksheet includes a colourful pictogram featuring icons representing four popular book genres: Mystery, Adventure, Fantasy, and Fairy Tales. Each icon corresponds to a certain number of students who prefer that genre.Learning Objectives:Develop the ability to read and interpret data presented in a pictogram.Practise counting and comparing quantities through visual representations.Enhance problem-solving skills by answering questions that require data analysis.Reinforce maths skills within a context that relates to students' interests, encouraging them to explore their favourite book genres.

Age: 8 - 9
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Line Graph Practice

Line Graph Practice

Line Graph PracticeThis worksheet helps students improve their skills in interpreting and creating line graphs. By using the example of apples sold over a week, students will enhance their abilities to collect and represent data. After completing the graph, students will answer questions to assess their understanding. These questions include interpreting data, identifying the day with the most sales, finding the total apples sold, comparing sales on specific days, and calculating the average daily sales. This maths resource can be used in class, for homework, or as part of a broader unit on data handling and graphs.

Age: 9 - 10
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Bar charts - Presenting data

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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Pictograms

Pictograms

Pictograms can be used as an introduction to bar charts in KS2 maths. Students are asked to look at the pictogram and answer the questions.

Age: 7 - 8
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Carroll Diagrams

Carroll Diagrams

Carroll diagrams are used to organise data and group it according to whether it fits certain criteria. Students are asked to put the collected data on to the Carroll diagrams.

Age: 7 - 8
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