Tally Charts Teacher Resources
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Reading Tally Chart
As learners explore data analysis have them practice reading tally charts using these examples. They answer basic questions about each of three charts, employing addition and subtraction skills. For example, a chart tallying t-shirts sold in various colors asks how many shirts were "sold in all" and "how many more green shirts were sold than white shirts.
1st - 2nd Math
Give the class an opportunity to practice using tally marks as a way to collect data. As you progress through the slide show, learners tally up the number and types of pets they see, they then use their data to create a tally chart. There are five data analysis questions just right for first graders.
K - 2nd Math
Reading Bar Charts
Help kids understand how to collect data through surveys, organize data in a bar chart, then analyze their findings. There are three different surveys for learners to conduct, a full description of all the parts of a bar chart, and three pre-made tally charts to use.
2nd - 4th Math
In this data collection and graphing worksheet, students examine a table and a bar graph to determine which better displays information. They work on Gizmo activities and answer the associated questions about frequency, frequency tables, tally charts, and data displays.
4th - 5th Math
Reading Tally Charts #2
Keep count with tally marks! First graders practice reading tally marks with this straightforward worksheet. They work with interpreting data from a chart, as well as working with addition and subtraction under 20. A great math worksheet for your young learners!
K - 2nd Math CCSS: Designed
Collect and Organize Data - Practice 14.1
In this data collection worksheet, students read the word problem and study the tally chart about favorite sports. Students then use the information in the chart to answer the questions. Students then use the list about students' favorite class.
4th - 5th Math
Keeping Track of and Displaying Data
How far can you throw a paper airplane? Learners conduct a brief experiment to collect data for a line plot. As a class, learners will collect, interpret, and illustrate data. In order to adapt this to CCSS.Math.Content.4MD.3 or CCSS.Math.Content.
2nd - 5th Math CCSS: Adaptable
All in the Family
Students use data to make a tally chart and a line plot. They find the maximum, minimum, range, median, and mode of the data. Following the video portion of the lesson, students will visit a Web site to test their data collection skills and how well they have mastered the concepts of range, median, and mode.
3rd - 4th Math
Simple Tally Charts and Bar Graphs
Introduce your first graders to the world of tally marks, bar graphs, and the organization of data. Pupils determine a favorite ice cream flavor based on tally marks, then use a bar graph to answer some questions about sports. There are eight questions altogether, and an answer key appears on page two.
1st Math CCSS: Designed