In math, working with data usually just means making graphs, charts, and plots, with a little bit of probability
thrown in, too. Data usually comes into play during the upper elementary grades, as it builds on prior knowledge of numbers and calculations. If your child is overwhelmed by all those numbers, help them organize all that information with these elementary level data exercises. We have lots of ways to learn to organize numbers, from graphs and charts, line plots, and mean, median, and mode problems. We also offer plenty of simple statistics work, so students can better understand how data is often counted. Not only that, it can be kind of fun, too! All our exercises are based on national curriculum standards, and are written by a team of education experts, so you can trust our content. Beginning data is a big task, but Education.com's online exercises are here to help.