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Charts and Graphs - Grades 4-6

Annotated links for the typical course of study to help you cover each topic and check mastery of that skill. Math - Charts and Graphs.

Class Time Capsule

Children will record and graph information about themselves and the class. Then they will include this information in a time capsule that they will reopen at the end of the year to see how they have changed. (Homeschoolers can gather information about family and friends) Grades K-5

Create a Graph

There are all kinds of charts and graphs, some are easy to understand while others can be pretty tricky.

Create Your Own Form

Students will gather and organize data using a "mock" census form. Grades 5-6

Picture a Nation

Students take a "picture of their nation" by locating statistical information about the population of the United States and representing some aspect of it graphically. Grades 4-6

Tracking Local Weather

Students measure temperature, precipitation, wind direction, and wind speed for one week and compare their results to actual weather data. Grades 4-6

Whale Population Recording Sheet

Students visit a website and calculate the losses and populations for whale species over the course of three years. Grades 3-8

Will the Real #1 Athlete Please Stand Up?

Students use real tennis data to create a frequency chart and find mean, median, and mode. Grades 6-8

Understanding Charts and Graphs

Lessons for teaching Charts and Graphs to homeschooled children. Charts and Graphs is a topic that's covered all through school, from Kindergarten through 9th grade.
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