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.
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
There are all kinds of charts and graphs, some are easy to understand while others can be pretty tricky.
Students will gather and organize data using a "mock" census form. Grades 5-6
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
Students measure temperature, precipitation, wind direction, and wind speed for one week and compare their results to actual weather data. Grades 4-6
Students visit a website and calculate the losses and populations for whale species over the course of three years. Grades 3-8
Students use real tennis data to create a frequency chart and find mean, median, and mode. Grades 6-8
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.