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Line Plots: Representing the Length of Classroom Items
Line Plots: Representing the Length of Classroom Items
Lesson Plan
Line Plots: Representing the Length of Classroom Items
In this lesson, your students will measure the lengths of items and then make a line plot to show the measurement data. They will get hands-on by measuring and surveying the class.
2nd grade
Math
Lesson Plan
Recycle or Throw Away?
Recycle or Throw Away?
Lesson Plan
Recycle or Throw Away?
Young students need to organize and sort information in order to help their brains form connections. In this lesson, students will practice sorting in a way that will keep planet Earth clean for years to come!
Preschool
Math
Lesson Plan
Data 1
Data 1
Guided Lesson
Data 1
Learning how to represent numerical information is a key part of the third grade math curriculum. This lesson in data provides guided instruction designed by our team of curriculum experts and teachers to present this concept in an engaging way. Not only that, but helpful exercises help kids to see the practical applicaton of these skills in the real world.
3rd grade
Math
Guided Lesson
Mean, Median and Mode Madness!
Mean, Median and Mode Madness!
Lesson Plan
Mean, Median and Mode Madness!
This lesson introduces students to the concepts of mean, median, and mode in a hands-on and visual way.
3rd grade
Math
Lesson Plan
Algebra Adventures
Algebra Adventures
Workbook
Algebra Adventures
These math exercises will help your child practice finding coordinates, solving integer problems and factoring numbers to boost his or her algebra skills.
4th grade
Math
Workbook
Mighty Mean, Median, and Mode
Mighty Mean, Median, and Mode
Lesson Plan
Mighty Mean, Median, and Mode
Give your students a good basis in interpreting data with this lesson that teaches them about mean, median, and mode with plenty of practice and cute videos to keep them interested.
4th grade
Math
Lesson Plan
Picture Categorization
Picture Categorization
Worksheet
Picture Categorization
Enjoy helping your child categorize objects using pictures. Each group has four pictures and one does not belong with the others!
Preschool
Math
Worksheet
Mixing Colors
Mixing Colors
Lesson Plan
Mixing Colors
Mixing Colors is a lesson plan that gives students a chance to explore the exciting process of combining primary colors to make secondary colors! This lesson is hands-on and filled with learning opportunities for students.
Preschool
Math
Lesson Plan
Whack-a-Duck
Whack-a-Duck
Game
Whack-a-Duck
Preschool
Math
Game
Data and Graphing
Data and Graphing
Workbook
Data and Graphing
Become a master of analysis! In this series, kids practice collecting, creating and plotting data on graphs. Then they'll practice reading graphs, making predictions, and comparing data.
3rd grade
Math
Workbook
Kindergarten Fall Review Packet - Week 1
Kindergarten Fall Review Packet - Week 1
Workbook
Kindergarten Fall Review Packet - Week 1
Help young learners prepare for kindergarten with Week 1 of this Fall Review Packet.
Kindergarten
Reading & Writing
Workbook
Farmers Market Math
Farmers Market Math
Workbook
Farmers Market Math
The farmers market theme makes math practice playful for beginners. This book hits all the sweet spots of kindergarten math with word problems from fact families to coin counting, games to graphing.
Kindergarten
Math
Workbook
Match and Order for Comprehension
Match and Order for Comprehension
Workbook
Match and Order for Comprehension
This sorting and matching workbook is perfect for pre-reading kids. Pictures tell tales for them to follow and make sense of.
Preschool
Reading & Writing
Workbook
Yesterday and Today
Yesterday and Today
Workbook
Yesterday and Today
Use this series to help your child explore the passage of time, from days to years. Kids will get to map their lives on a timeline as they learn about concepts of past, present and future.
Preschool
Social studies
Workbook
Fruit and Veggie Mix-Up!
Fruit and Veggie Mix-Up!
Lesson Plan
Fruit and Veggie Mix-Up!
Let’s eat! In this food-themed lesson, students will explore categorizing foods such as fruits and vegetables. This lesson can easily be integrated into a unit on food and can be extended to include other types of food.
Kindergarten
Math
Lesson Plan
Baseball Math
Baseball Math
Workbook
Baseball Math
Get math practice off the bench to calculate percentages, read graphs, add fractions and round decimals to bring math skills all the way home. This book knocks one out of the park for baseball lovers.
5th grade
Math
Workbook
Sorting and Categorizing
Sorting and Categorizing
Workbook
Sorting and Categorizing
What better way to learn sorting and categorizing than with familiar objects preschoolers see every day? This workbook is great for practice sorting and comparing, using household items.
Preschool
Math
Workbook
Spot the Difference 2
Spot the Difference 2
Game
Spot the Difference 2
Kindergarten
Math
Game
Perfecting Patterns
Perfecting Patterns
Workbook
Perfecting Patterns
Recognizing patterns is a crucial step in the development of math skills. Give your kindergartener a leg up with this workbook, filled with basic pattern pages!
Kindergarten
Math
Workbook
Dive Into Data
Dive Into Data
Workbook
Dive Into Data
Math isn't just adding and subtracting—it's about making sense of numbers and information. Practice with calendars and different types of graphs to help your child dive into data!
1st grade
Math
Workbook
Comparing Sizes
Comparing Sizes
Workbook
Comparing Sizes
With these worksheets children use their logical thinking to distinguish the difference between objects such as tall or short, more or less. Measuring helps kids understand the dimensions of objects.
Preschool
Math
Workbook
Count, Sort and Classify
Count, Sort and Classify
Workbook
Count, Sort and Classify
Preschool children begin to develop the skill of sorting items. These worksheets will help children practice classifying objects by looking for differences, categorizing by size or shapes.
Preschool
Math
Workbook
Line Plots and Unit Fractions
Line Plots and Unit Fractions
Exercise
Line Plots and Unit Fractions
Understanding unit fractions is a lot easier with this exercise that lays out all out on line plots.
4th grade
Math
Exercise
Collect, Organize, Display, Analyze
Collect, Organize, Display, Analyze
Lesson Plan
Collect, Organize, Display, Analyze
In this lesson, your students will collect and organize data to make a beautiful bar graph! They will also practice analyzing the graphs with the information they have.
2nd grade
Math
Lesson Plan
Crazy for Shapes
Crazy for Shapes
Workbook
Crazy for Shapes
This workbook helps kindergarteners learn their shapes through tracing, sorting and matching activities.
Kindergarten
Math
Workbook

Data and Graphing

While not everyone will become a data scientist, teaching students data skills will serve them well as an adult. But just because you know it’s important to understand data sets, doesn’t mean you feel completely comfortable teaching data skills, or the math needed to work with data. Take advantage of our printable worksheets and exercise ideas to help you lead classroom activities that facilitate a greater understanding of data.
One of the most common ways to communicate data is with a graph. But there are so many different kinds of graphs! Each type of graph has different visual strengths. Consider these different ways to represent data:
  • Line graphs – Lines work well to show how something changes over time. They show how a trend rises, falls, or becomes unstable.
  • Bar graphs – Bars are good when your data is divided into different categories. For example, you can show how many trees of various species grow in your neighborhood.
  • Pie graphs – A pie graph is excellent at showing proportions. For example, if you want to see what activities you do most during the day, a pie graph will quickly communicate the relative size of your time spent sleeping, eating, playing, and working.
  • Scatter points – Scatter points are dots on an x-y graph for when you have numerous measurements. They show a large quantity of data and the variety of that data. Using a line, you can also chart the average or show the trend. For example, you could measure the temperature every day for a year. Scatter points will show that some days were very, very hot, and others were unusually cold. But the average line will show overall warmer days in the summer and cooler days in the winter.
Once you’re done practicing skills related to data, keep the concepts coming with our math resources related to time.