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# Maths Worksheets on Statistics & Data Handling

Not only this though, when students learn about these areas, they can apply what they learn from these topics to other areas of the maths curriculum too, which is another...

Not only this though, when students learn about these areas, they can apply what they learn from these topics to other areas of the maths curriculum too, which is another benefit.

So whether it’s pictograms or bar charts you want to explore with your students, to support you in teaching this topic, we’ve pulled together a range of fun maths worksheets (also known as Activity Sheets) on EducationCity which focus on statistics and data handling.

The worksheets we’ve pulled together are very easy to find on EducationCity. All you need to do to find them is use Search and type in the ID number – simple!

Key Stage 1

Summer Fair: #5287 – Use block graphs to answer questions.

Summer Fair: #5334 – Interpret data from pictograms to solve problems.

Summer Fair: #5305 – Interpret data from pictograms to solve problems.

Summer Fair: #5321 – Interpret data from pictograms to solve problems. Create a simple pictogram using given information.

Pocket Money: #5740 – Answer questions about amounts of money using a pictogram.

Lower Key Stage 2

Summer Fair: #5277 – Interpret data from bar charts to solve problems. Create a simple bar chart using a frequency table.

Hit a Puck: #5144 – Read a bar chart and answer the question.

Wonderful World: #5557 – Choose and justify different chart types based on the data collected.

Summer Fair: #5292 – Interpret and analyse bar charts to solve problems.

Hit a Puck: #5145 – Read the bar chart and answer the question.

Hit a Puck: #5146 – Read the bar line chart and answer the question.

Upper Key Stage 2

Hit a Puck: #5148 – Interpret data in a simple compound bar chart.

Village Show: #5516 – Find the mode of a set of data.

Village Show: #5483 – Find the mean, median, mode or range from a set of data.

Charts Topic Tool

Don’t forget, you can also use the Charts Topic Tool on EducationCity to actively get your students involved with putting data into a chart on the whiteboard as a class – perfect!

Key Stage 1

Charts: #2073 – Create a block graph within the maximum frequency of 10.

Lower Key Stage 2

Charts: #2072 – Create a bar chart within the maximum frequency of 20.

Charts: #2071 – Create a bar chart within the maximum frequency of 100.

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