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Fifth graders graph the number of Native American populations in Montana. In this graphing lesson, 5th graders read about the native populations of Montana and about the number of them living on reservations. They make a double bar graph showing the information and answer the essential questions on the back of the paper.
In this graphs worksheet, students study and analyze a double bar graph on favorite sports. Students utilize the data on the bar graphs to answer 8 short answer questions.
Second graders use colored candies to collect data, construct double bar graphs, and find averages.
Students determine where to buy the heaviest earthworms as they study invertebrates. They create a double bar graph of the results of the weight data.
In this graph worksheet, students read labels on a table and a bar graph, then answer questions using the labels. Houghton Mifflin text is referenced.
Middle schoolers develop strategies to organize data while following teacher demonstration. They calculate the mean, median and mode of a data set while determining the relationships between the numbers. They analyze data from tables and double bar graphs.
Learners collect data about favorite pizza toppings. They create a double-bar graph. They compare their graphs with classmates.
In this double bar graphs practice instructional activity, students sharpen their problem solving skills as they solve 6 story problems.
In this math worksheet, students use this blank double bar graph grid as a tool for any graphing problem. There is a space for the title, labels for each axis and a spot for the key.
Everything you need for a mini-unit on bar graphs is included in this lesson plan! It outlines three lessons and includes worksheets. Learners taste pretzels, shoot baskets (switching off hands), and grab candy, graphing results collaboratively. Entry activities are available for each day, and differentiation helps both learners having difficulty and those moving quickly. To use the linked online tool, you will need an updated version of Java.
Sixteen beautifully formatted pages can be printed as a poster or displayed as visual aids during a math lesson in probability. Each of the following are displayed in full color and easy-to-read font:
- Bar graph
- Circle graph
- Double bar graph
- Line graph
- Frequency table
- Stem-and-leaf plot
- Tree diagram
- Equally likely
- Line plot
To gain an appreciation for the difficulty the framers of the Constitution faced when crafting this historic document, class members are asked to predict five words that would occur frequently in the Constitution of the United States. Working as pairs, groups of four, then groups of eight, teams develop such a list. The whole class then discusses the process they went through and the difficulty they had reaching consensus. Next, the focus turns to a word-processed document of the Constitution, and using the replace tool, learners record their findings on a spreadsheet and create a double bar graph to compare their predictions with the actual results. Additional activities for studying the strengths and weaknesses of a constitutional government, as well as assessment options for each activity, are included in the packet.
Students construct line and bar graphs from data presented in tables. The development of a scale and label for each axis and the analyzation of data forms the basis of this instructional activity.
In this table of different types of music worksheet, students survey their classmates to see what their favorite type of music is. Students tally their answers, answer 5 short answer questions and draw a circle graph.
Students survey community members to determine their favorite pizza toppings and create a bar graph to show their findings. In this probability and statistics lesson plan, students collect data by conducting a survey. They analyze the data, and graph their results. Students compute the number of possible combinations of pizza toppings.
In this graphing learning exercise, students use a table of information to draw a double bra graph and a double pictograph and answer questions.
Students identify which type of graph is appropriate for different sets of data. In this data analysis lesson, students study the data for different types of books, library books checked out, and books read last year. Students decide on which type of graph is appropriate to use for the sets of data and identify their reasons why they chose that graph.
Examine the three basic nutrients and their effects on the body. Fifth graders will research data to construct a bar graph and then demonstrate the relationship between malnutrition and food security. This is a very comprehensive resource with handouts and step-by-step instructions.
Students create gliders and calculate the average that the gliders fly. In this gliders lesson plan, students modify the gliders and paperclips on the gliders to see how it could fly further.
In this measures of central tendency worksheet, young statiscians use fantasy basketball statistics to find mean, median, and range of player statistics. They then decide which player they would draft first. They create a five person starting line up of their choice of players. Double bar graphs are created of their information. A nice extension to this lesson might be to include analysis of box-and-whisker plots for each player.