More than ever, our students need to understand how to collect, organize and create graphical representations of data.
They also need to be able to read, interpret and describe the information contained in graphs.
Working with Data offers you tons of resources and ideas on how you and your students can explore this important topic.
This theme includes a selection of flipcharts, websites you can use on your Activboard, and tips on how to use the great tools in your Activclassroom to help make this subject more hands-on and meaningful for your students.
We've compiled some really useful tips for teaching about data in the Activclassroom.
Learn how to quickly build graphs, and find out how to generate random data with number generators and spinners.
Here you'll find just a sampling of flipcharts we found that will be useful for graphing and interpreting data. Use Planet’s new search feature to find even more!
If you’ve already made your own flipcharts, please share and we’ll add them for others to use!
First and second grade math teachers can download free videos to supplement your lessons from Learning Clip, a Promethean Partner.
These websites include fantastic activities to explore graphing, data analysis and even probability! Most of these activities can be used immediately on your Activboard.
Be sure to click on the link below to see even more weblinks related to tables, graphs, lists and more!