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### Finding the Mean with Scenarios

Finding the Mean with ScenariosThis worksheet iprovides Year 6 students with opportunities to practise calculating the mean (average) within the context of various real-world scenarios. Students will use whole numbers to calculate the mean based on different sets of data related to scenarios involving friends, activities, and collections.

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### Finding the Mean

Finding the MeanThis handy worksheet will help students practise and master the skill of finding the mean (average) of a set of numbers or data. Students will work with various sets of data, both numerical and categorical, to calculate the mean and express it as a numerical value.&nbsp;By working with various sets of data and practising the calculation of the mean, students will enhance their numeracy skills and develop a solid grasp of the concept of average.

Age: 10 - 11
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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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### Finding the Mode

This worksheet is intended for use in the classroom, as a homework assignment, or as part of a larger unit on statistics and data analysis.&nbsp;Mode is the value that appears most frequently in a dataset. Students will work with a range of numerical sets and data scenarios to calculate the mode, including the possibility of having multiple modes.

Age: 10 - 11
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### Finding the Range 2

Use this worksheet to help students deepen their understanding of the concept of "range." Range is the difference between the largest and smallest numbers in a set of data. Students will work with larger numbers and more complex data sets to calculate the range in various scenarios.

Age: 10 - 11
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### Finding the Range

Practising RangeUse this worksheet to help students practise the concept of "range," which is the difference between the largest and smallest numbers in a set of data. In this worksheet, students will work with both numbers and data sets.

Age: 10 - 11
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### Weekly Growth of Garden Plants Line Graph

Weekly Growth of Garden Plants Line Graph ActivityUse this worksheet to help students practise interpreting data from a line graph. Students will analyze a line graph representing the weekly growth of plants in a garden and answer questions related to the graph. This worksheet can be used in the classroom, as a homework assignment, or as part of a larger unit on data analysis and interpretation. It aims to improve students' skills in reading and understanding line graphs while engaging them with real-world data related to plant growth. There are 10 questions for students to answer.&nbsp;

Age: 10 - 11
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### Interpreting Pie Charts

Interpreting Pie ChartsThis worksheet is designed to engage students in exploring data visualization through a pie chart. Students will work with data representing the favorite fruits of a group of participants. They will interpret the data in the form of a pie chart and answer questions related to the chart.Pupils will:Understand how to interpret and analyse data presented in a pie chart.Identify the most and least preferred fruits among participants.Practise calculating percentages based on the pie chart data.Work with fractions in the context of data analysis.

Age: 10 - 11
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### Pictogram 1

Students look at the information on the pictogram and answer the accompanying questions.

Age: 10 - 11
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### Probability Practice

Probability WorksheetThis worksheet is designed to help students understand and practise calculating probabilities. Students will work on a variety of probability questions, providing answers as fractions.&nbsp;This worksheet can be used as a classroom exercise, homework assignment, or part of a broader unit on probability. It aims to enhance students' understanding of basic probability concepts and their ability to calculate probabilities using fractions.

Age: 10 - 11
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