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# Data Analysis: 12 StudyJams! Interactive Math Activities

## Help students understand 12 math concepts, including media and mode, bar graphs and circle graphs, and how to choose the correct graph

Grades

3–5, 6–8

Activity Type

• Interactive Whiteboard Activities

### Line Plots

When you have a big group of data and you need to see what it means, a line plot can help.

### Mean/Average

Need to find an average? Mean can help. Mean shows the average of a set of numbers.

### Median

Need to know how to divide data into two halves? Learn how to use median, and you will have your answer.

### Mode

Did you know that the winner of the presidential election is the candidate who is the mode? Find out why!

### Range

If you are looking for the difference between the highest and the lowest numbers in a set of data, you have come to the right place.

### Pictograph

Looking for a fancy way to show your data? A pictograph might be the perfect solution. See how you can make your graph fun and informative!

### Bar Graphs

You have a big set of data, and you need to see how the numbers compare with each other. What do you? Your best bet might be to create a bar graph.

### Stem-and-Leaf Plots

Got data that needs to be organized by place value? No sweat. A stem-and-leaf plot is just the thing.

### Circle Graphs

What part of your class has brown hair? Red hair? Blonde hair? Black hair? If you need to analyze the parts of a whole, a circle graph is the answer.

### Histograms

When you need to show how often something happened over a period of time, a histogram is the graph for you.

### Double-Line Graphs

Got two sets of data to compare? No problem. A double-line graph will set you up.

### Choosing the Correct Graph

If you are having trouble deciding which graph to use, look no further! We have some tips that will make graph-choosing a cinch.

GRADES: 1-2
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