With three different ways to find averages, your second grader may be a little overwhelmed with math. Making finding modes easier with this worksheet.
Give your second grader some practice working with data with this fun-to-complete favorite veggie survey.
Kids practice reading a Venn diagram about favorite hobbies and answer questions about it in this 2nd grade math worksheet.
Kids practice reading a Venn diagram about favorite desserts and answer questions about it in this 2nd grade math worksheet.
Kids practice reading a Venn diagram about instruments in an orchestra and answering questions about it in this 2nd grade math worksheet.
Build your third grader's graph fluency with an exercise in reading a bar graph.
Poll your friends, family, or classmates to see which kind of entertainment they prefer! This is a fun way for kids to practice collecting data for graphing.
Introduce your math whiz to line graphs with this comprehensive lesson. Kids will read information on a line graph and plot some data as well.
The first step in graphing is learning to organize and collect data. Practice gathering data by using the items in your lunchbox as your data source.
Collecting data is an important part of math and statistics. Practice gathering data using items around the house or classroom!
The students in Mr. Mason's class can hardly wait to give their homemade cards and candy treats on Valentine's Day!
Welcome to Valentine Village, a whole town bursting with candy hearts and chocolate gifts.
Boost your child's data know-how with a lesson on reading and understanding a math pictograph, a kind of graph in which pictures stand in for number data.
Your child can practice basic math and symbol recognition with this pictograph worksheet.