Practise collecting, sorting, and organising data to create a graph with this 2-page worksheet.
Looking for a way to encourage counting skills and initiate the understanding of creating graphs simultaneously? As you lay the foundations for using bar charts, are you after an alternative to pictograms? Then this is the resource for you!
Search and Find
Most pupils love search and find activities. Foster your budding data analysts with this appealing search-and-find worksheet and its matching blank graphing sheet.
Pupils count the number of items specified and then use small manipulatives (such as counters, buttons, etc) as markers. They place their markers on the graphing template in the correct boxes, thus creating a data display with concrete objects. Once pupils know their information is correct, they colour each square where they have placed a manipulative.
Easily Prepare This Resource for Your Students
To turn this teaching resource into an interactive maths display, print and laminate a few of the graph sheets. Pupils can colour in the squares with a whiteboard pen, then wipe clean and reuse.
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