Pie, tally, bar, line and scatter, it's not the line up from a Beano style comic but the basics of this super unit. There's even resources for pictograms. Just think of all the fun you'll have counting cars and trucks!
A great bar chart activity which supports separations of 10 with the mid-way being the focus of the teaching. This site requires the Flash plug-in to work.
Suitable for KS1. A great introduction to bar charts. Just drag the odd bugs onto the correct colour in the bar graph.
You can create your own line, area, pie, bar and x / Y graph. suitable for upper Ks2.
Other users have reported that this site may be broken
Make a graph of how people actually get to work in your county, council and even ward! Very accurate and detailed data sets for many aspects of life from National Statistics.
Useful selection of simple data about garden birds. Data is under the following headings: Name of Bird; Young stay in the nest ... days; Number of eggs laid; Nests in; Length in inches; Weight in grams; Favourite food. As the site says, could be used for graphing, quiz making, database work.
A super set of activities. 1. Graphing Rainforest Data 2. Make A Bar Graph Worksheet- Number of Papers 3. Make A Bar Graph Worksheet- Favourite Day 4. Make A Bar Graph Worksheet- Favourite Sport 5. Make A Line Graph Worksheet- Rainfall, Talking 6. Make A Line Graph Worksheet- 40 yd. dash, Temp. 7. Make A Line Graph- Jump, Rainfall 8. Make A Pie Graph- Favourite Game, M & M's Color 9. Make A Pie Graph- Goals, Cars at school 10. Make A Pie Graph- Favourite Web Site, Room Of The House
As the title says. Take a generous slice of this pie chart tool.
This site is often reported as being broken. It isn't - its a large professional US site with lots of activities. The problem lies with users not having the Java plugin on their computer - the site will not work without it. Click here to get the Java plug-in now.
Sorting animals and things with four legs into a Venn diagram. A super visual resource.
More confident Ks2 children will love these logic problems based on Venn diagrams.
A great resource which sorts objects green from yellow. But where do the yellow and green objects go?
A lovely selection of simple drag and drop activities.
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