Graph Master Graphmaster is an online app for investigating data in graphs and tables Simply enter data View four different graph types on one screen Answer multiple-choice questions about the data
Random Spinners – Visnos The spinners can be used simply to generate random numbers. Or try the built in activities, the first a game requires children to use their skills to reach a target number by adding, subtracting or multiplying Read More …
comprehensive graph making site
Name and label the axes and give a title, enter data and create a column graph to print out
Compare mean, median and range – yr 6/7
Collect data for a graph yr 6/7
Yr 5/6 objectives on mean, median and range. Complicated – read first!
compare two sets of data using range, mean and median (yr7)
Create a bar graph from data you input
Mode, Mean, Median and Range
Use probablity to work out the number of disguises possible
Use probability to work out if Loud Louie will play with the band
Teaches probability with spinners
Use probability to make guesses in a card game Yr 5/6
Covered corners hide N + N = N or N x N =N. Uncover one and guess, uncover a second and predict.
Add variables and plot a line graph
Pupils use line graphs to convert currencies and read off quad bike speeds in metres per second.
Filling the bath and displacing water
Excellent activities. Numbers to sort by odd/even, multiples, or more or less than, into Carroll diagrams.
Sort the fruit in various ways
Sort according to how many units or tens, greater or less than, pence + £ and pence, rounding to nearest 10,100 or whole number if decimal
Lots of sets of pictures to put in the right order
sort objects and numbers, basing their decisions on certain properties KS1/2
Sort green and yellow things in a Venn Diagram KS1
Sort animals and things with four legs in a Venn Diagram KS 1
Pick out which fits all the criteria
Sort 2D shapes into 3 separate boxes according right angles. Only correct sorting possible.
Sort 5 objects by characteristic eg colour, number, letter, size, shape, fraction, odd/even, big/small
Sort numbers according to 2x or 3x – I can’t get this right!
Choose to make the rule or guess the computer’s rule, use one set, two sets or two intersecting sets and sort coloured polygons
Sort the numbers into the Venn Diagram according to the factors you have chosen.
Sort the numbers into the Venn Diagram according to multiples set.
sort shapes by rectangles and red in a Carroll diagram. No errors possible.
Comprehensive graph making site. Print, download or email results.