Construct a frequency table, bar graph, pictograph, or line plot of collected data 0306.5.2
Links verified on 12/26/2014
- All The Parts - (3-5) learn the parts of a graph
- Bar Charts - Practice reading information from a bar chart. Three levels are available. This works great on an interactive whiteboard. or unavailable on 4/9/13, hope it's temporary
- Bar Graph - Enter data to create a bar graph, then manipulate the graph's maximum and minimum values.
- Circle Graph - Enter data categories and the value of each category to create a circle graph (similar to "Pie Chart" but the user can define the data set)
- Comparative Bar Graphs - read the graph and answer questions
- Create-a-Graph - lessons and activities on a variety of graphs
- Data Picking - Students collect data, enter tally marks or numbers and then select which graph is appropriate.
- The Hot Tub - This is a fun activity where students tell the story behind a graph and relate slope to rate of change.
- How It All Stacks Up - interpret and compare information using a bar graph
- Interpreting Data with a Random Ball-Picking Machine - experiment with a random generator at a BBC site to collect data to make decisions about probability.
- After you finish working through the ball-picking activity, take a ten-question probability quiz
- Overview of a Bar Graph by Nicole Carroll followed by a practice quiz [designed for grade 4]
- Overview of a Line Graph by Nicole Carroll followed by a practice quiz [designed for grade 4]
- Play Ball - collect data to put on a picture graph
- Pie Chart - view pie charts (parameters: number of sectors, size of sector as a percent)
- Reading Charts and Graphs - compare types of information shown in different kinds of charts
- What percentage has been shaded - Guess the percent of the shaded pie chart ( extremely difficult )
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