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Looking for an engaging way to teach and review mean, median, mode and range? This activity is not only fun and challenging BUT it is PERFECT for bulletin boards.
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-Slides 3-6 are a review or teaching tool to reinforce how to find solve for each: Mean, Median, Mode and Range

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This worksheet helps reinforce the effect of an outlier on the mean, median, mode, and range of a data set. Six data sets are provided. Students must calculate the mean, median, mode, and range of each data set with the outlier included, then with the outlier excluded. They must then determine wh

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This PowerPoint Presentation was made for my Pre-Algebra class, but can easily be adapted for lower grades. The lesson teaches students how to solve for mean, median, mode and range along with how to identify outliers within a set of data (as well as their effects on a data set). Through analytical

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Baseball has been in America since the 18th century, and is full of math!!!!! This product allows students to examine three different ways that math is embedded into baseball, including home runs, stolen bases, and wins.
Each of the three categories contains five questions (addition, subtraction,

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Baseball has been in America since the 18th century and fantasy baseball continues to grow in popularity year after year. Both are full of math!!!!! This fun and engaging product allows students to practice and reinforce math skills while learning about baseball, both real and fantasy.
The first

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This is a project that helps students learn to compute fractions, decimals and percents. The preview is a "universal" homework that students can complete for review any time during the year.

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Mean, Median, Mode & Range Activity for Halloween provides some seasonal fun for practice with these measures of central tendency. Students will compute the mean, median, mode, and range of six different Halloween scenarios. Then using that data, students will think critically to answer other

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A great way for students to apply and use their knowledge of geometry topics: scale, and area and perimeter of triangles, rectangles, circles, and irregular shapes. Also incorporates statistics, and persuasive writing skills. A fun, creative, and integrated project that engages students! A huge hit

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This 17-slide Math PowerPoint introduces Mean, Median, Mode and Range and gives hints on how to remember each definition. There are numerous practice problems as well. The numbers (data) used may be smaler than you desire, but the numbers would be easily changeable and you'd still be able to use the

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Let the Madness begin!!! This resource enables students to participate in a variety of fun, engaging activities, sure to bring the excitement of March Madness to your classroom!
This resource consists of three different segments.
First, there are three mini-games in which students compete again

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This is a PowerPoint presentation on how to use data to make a box-and-whisker plot. It contains step-by-step instructions, tips to reduce common errors, independent and group practice slides, and a partnered kinesthetic activity. Enjoy!

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This document is a simple and organized set of notes focused on finding the mean and the standard deviation of a set of numbers. A box of definitions is included: measures of central tendency, mean, median, mode, range, and standard deviation. Simple directions for finding the standard deviation o

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This is a unit project to go along with compound probability. Students in class will make a carnival game that involves compound probability. I,e. roll a dice and toss a coin, choose a card and pick an animal, etc. Students will design their game, make their game, calculate the probability of winnin

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In the first round of this year's fantasy football draft, students choose...learning math and having fun!!!!!!
After playing fantasy sports for almost 25 years, I decided it was time to develop a resource to make fantasy football accessible to the classroom. Not only is fantasy football very fun

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This is a teacher-created 2-page review sheet on median, mode, and range. It includes explanations and examples with practice problems and 2 thought-provoking challenge questions. Answer key is now included.

This is a yummy hands-on activity for students to engage in, where they get to eat the manipulatives.
Give each student some candy that comes in different colors:
• Individual fun size bags
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• Small cups filled with a scoop of candy from a larger bag
Have students complete the first se

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Here are the Fantasy Football 101 (2015) statistics for Weeks #1-16 of the 2015-2016 NFL season.
The statistics for each week are itemized on four separate pages by position; just print them out, distribute

This file contains 4 "no prep" printables to give students for independent practice. Concepts include: mean, median, mode, range, identifying an outlier in a set of data, finding the difference between two groups (such as the difference between the mean and the median). Many of the items require

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If you had to bet on the number of a certain colored M&M inside a package, which color would be the best to bet on? What number should you guess? Is there a best guess?
This fun statistics activity has students digging into mean and standard deviation while working collaboratively in a Google

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Let me save you a great deal of time by providing you with an organized list of the weekly NFL statistics for the upcoming season. This file will work in conjunction with my Fantasy Football 101 (2016) classro

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As Peyton Manning would say, "HURRY, HURRY!!!!" Don't miss out on this fun, engaging resource to get your students involved in the excitement of Super Bowl 51!
With this resource, students will work alone or in teams to construct a fantasy football roster to compete against one another, and you, d

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This resource shoots and SCORES!!!!
In this product, students work alone or in teams to create a fantasy hockey team based on the all-time greatest players at their respective positions. Players are ranked and valued based on career statistics and rosters are built using a $125 budget.
Once rost

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Fantasy Football is a hobby where football enthusiasts compile a “team” of NFL players and earn points based on their statistics. Running Backs, Wide Receivers, and Tight Ends earn 1 point for every ten yards they gain, plus a bonus point for every 50 yards. They get 6 points for touchdowns, 2 poi

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I have compiled World Series statistics on all of the Major League Baseball teams' World Series appearances. The statistics do include the 2013 World Series, and are presented in both a chart and double-bar graph format.
These graphs are part of my bigger Major League Baseball Graphs & Statist

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This semester final for Algebra 2 is fully dynamic (many versions of the same problem) to enable virtually unlimited variations of a test. The Algebra 2 test bank is in Examview format. Some of the problems are in SAT style, where students have to sort out which of choices I, II & III are tr

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This activity examines how each state is represented in the House of Representatives, Senate and Congress overall. Students examine what a low ratio of population to representatives means and what a high ratio of population to representatives means. Which states have the "best representation" and

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Use this worksheet as a guide to help students solve Mean Absolute Deviation Problems. I placed the worksheet into plastic slip covers and allowed my students to write on the document using dry erase markers. My students found this tool to be very resourceful!
The steps to find the MAD include:
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Dot Plots and Data Distribution Smartboard Lesson created by "Tricks and Treats for Teaching Math." Lesson covers Data Distribution and Creating Dot Plots. Lots of practice problems provided. Please be sure to L@@K at my other 325+ TERRIFIC teaching resources. Thank You!

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Students must use the long form numbers within interesting factoids to create an answer in scientific notation.

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Based on the table, how much more will an adult with an Associate degree earn than a person with a high school diploma over the course of a 40 year work career? Is there a greater difference in the median salaries between No high school diploma and High school diploma, or between a high school degre

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There is no better time of year than March Madness for students to practice real world application of fractions, percents and decimals. This template is great for in class or enrichment programs and can be differentiated to fit your teaching needs. Students test their skills with a crumpled up pie

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Down...Set...Learn Math!
Football is one of the most professional sports in the world, and a wonderful way to teach and reinforce math skills! This product uses a variety of football statistics to engage students in a wide range of math skills.
Students will practice addition, subtraction, mult

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Down...Set...Learn Math!
Football is one of the most popular professional sports in the world, and a wonderful way to teach and reinforce math skills! This product uses a variety of football statistics to engage students in grades 3-5, in a wide range of math skills.
Students will practice additi

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Solving and Simplifying Ratios with Skittles Candy Worksheet Activity created by Tricks and Treats for Teaching Math. Thank you for your purchase ~ be sure to checkout my other (over 350+) GREAT teaching resources.

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This resource is a SLAM DUNK!!!!
In this product, students work alone or in teams to create a fantasy basketball team based on the all-time greatest players at their respective positions. Players are ranked and valued based on career statistics and rosters are built using a $175 budget.
Once ros

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Adding and Subtracting Scientific Notation Worksheet, created by Tricks and Treats for Teaching Math. Please be sure to checkout all of my other great math teaching resources Thank You!

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Practice the skill of solving averages with this fun activity. The students solve for mean, median, mode, and range and search for the answer on the coloring page. If the answer is not there, they have made a mistake! Perfect for self correction and error analysis!
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Football Fanatics… Masters of Mathematics!
Fantasy Football within the classroom, or as an after-school club, is authentic, hands-on computing and mathematical problem-solving that is engaging, student-centered, and an awful lot of fun. It is an iconic, pop-cultural hobby that would be an innova

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Looking for a memorable, unique way to teach mean, median, mode, and range? LOOK NO FURTHER! Have fun teaching your kids about these four topics while rocking out to Unk’s “Walk It Out!”

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Measures of Center notes and classwork define mean, median and mode. Notes give students practice computing measures of center while providing examples that students and teachers can walk through together. Examples involve data given in multiple ways: lists and tables, line plots and histograms.

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Play Ball...and practice math skills! In this resource students use a variety of math skills and strategies to build a fantasy baseball roster, using a pretend $250 budget. They then use statistics to compete against each other's rosters to see who is the top "General Manager" in the class!
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The NCAA men’s basketball tournament, otherwise known as “March Madness,” is one of the biggest sporting events of the year. Since Oregon won the initial tournament in 1939, its popularity has grown year after year. It is also an amazing event to help teach and reinforce math skills!
This product t

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I use this activity at Halloween. I buy several bags of candy and make copies of the nutritional charts on the backs of the bag to give the students to use for their data. (At the end of the period, I give them some of the candy.)
Students will gather data on calories and fat grams in each serving

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Students will measure their heights and record the heights of their classmates. The data will be recorded on a table and then used to create a stem and leaf plot. Students will calculate the mean, mode, and range and then graph the average height of boys and average of girls on a bar graph. Quest

This file contains three additional sets of game cards and recording sheets for Football Frenzy Football Frenzy (Measures of Data). These additional 96 problems go with your Footba

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Fantasy sports are not only a fun, multi-million dollar hobby, but an incredibly exciting and engaging way to practice and reinforce math skills!
In this product, students will work alone or in groups to create a fantasy baseball, basketball, football and hockey teams based on the all-time greatest

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Don't miss out on March MATHness!!!!!
This resource enables students in grades 3-5 to participate in two fun, engaging reading and math activities, sure to bring the excitement of March Madness to your classroom! This resource consists of two different components.
In "Read the Room-March MATHnes

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Although the Super Bowl is just around the corner, there is still of plenty of math to be done during the playoffs!
In the first product, "Super Bowl Math," students will use a variety of different Super Bowl statistics to practice and reinforce math skills, through word problems, including addit

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This worksheet uses many stores and items that ou

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Included in this packet is a data collection form which students take home and record data about household items they own (like number of TVs, cell phones, books, shoes, spoons, chairs, etc). The students figure out a way to share the information with the class (my students picked to do a Gallery W

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Probability problems that require students to read charts or graphs to set up problems to solve.

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