Central Tendencies and Normal Distribution Curve
Fourth graders are given data (class test scores) to determine central tendencies, and find information needed to construct a normal distribution curve. They become proficient in calculating mode, median and average.
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Are You Ready to Call the Guinness Book of Records?
Learners design questions that can be answered by collecting data. In this line-plot lesson, pupils collect data and graph on a line plot on world records. An abundant supply of teacher support is provided in this resource.
3rd - 5th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Collecting and Working with Data
Add to your collection of math resources with this extensive series of data analysis worksheets. Whether your teaching how to use frequency tables and tally charts to collect and organize data, or introducing young mathematicians to pie...
3rd - 6th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Ridin' Along In My Automobile
Will you make a profit? Young learners try to answer the question, "If you buy a car now, can you sell it later and make your money back?" They peruse car magazines and create a chart (sample chart is included) that includes the year and...
3rd - 7th Math CCSS: Designed
The Importance of Sharks: You Do The Math!
Elementary ecologists examine trophic relationships using a coral reef food pyramid as an example. They play a game applying math skills that ultimately demonstrate the important role of the ever-scary top predator, the shark. This is a...
3rd - 6th Science CCSS: Adaptable