4th Grade Data and Statistics

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This great set of worksheets will help your 4th grader practice key probability, data, graphing and statistics skills.

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Comparing Pictographs: Tulips and Daisies

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Your child will use the data in two pictographs that show the number of tulips and daisies imported from certain European countries to answer word problems.

Mean, Median and Mode

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Practice calculating the mean, median and mode of a data set! Your student will get familiar with the basics of statistics.

Mean, Median and Mode Practice

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Statistics doesn't have to be scary! Help your student learn to calculate the mean, median and mode of a number set.

Baseball Math: Mean, Median, Mode

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Having trouble with mean, median and mode? Let's throw some baseball into the mix to make it easier for you.

Heads or Tails?

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This worksheet will get your student up to speed on probability, and also give him a head start on fractions!

Comparing Pictographs: Football Time

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In this math worksheet, kids compare two pictographs that record the number of footballs kicked and the number of footballs thrown on the field.

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Going Abroad: Practice Reading a Bar Graph

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This 4th grade math worksheet will challenge your child's analytical thinking skills. He'll read a bar graph, then use its data to answer a set of questions.

Practice Statistics: Instrument Interviews

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Can your fourth grader help Isabela draft a bar graph to demonstrate the information she's collected in her interviews?

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