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No-prep, 5th grade line plots and data math practice with 30 enrichment projects and 30 review test-prep questions aligned to the 5th grade math standards. A great way to teach the data standards in a fun, engaging way. Perfect for early finishers, advanced math students or whole class practice. Pr

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Students can quickly learn how to find the mean, median, mode, or range of a set of data, but they have a harder time understanding when to use them. When is median better than mean? Mode better than median? This worksheet helps explain the different measures of central tendency.

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Box and Whisker Plot
This PPT lesson teaches students the vocabulary that goes with box and whisker plots as well as the steps for creating a box and whisker plot.
Along with the PPT are guided notes where students can answer questions while watching the PPT as well as the answer key. They also

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NO-PREP! Students will love the Halloween "themed" math data and graphs projects in this resource. From bar graphs,stem-and-leaf plots, line plots to line graphs and more, the projects are a fun way to apply data skills to real-life Halloween data. With the projects in this resource, your student

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Data And Graphs Enrichment Project For Upper Elementary! With this project, your students will love making up their own data based on a chosen topic from a provided list. Once they've chosen their topic from such funny themes such as "ants in the pants', they will begin creating their data graphs

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Also included in: Math Projects "BUNDLE"! Print and Go Math Enrichment All Year!

Students need to find the probability of picking certain colored M&Ms, and asked to change them into decimals, fractions, and percents. They are asked to draw specific M&Ms at random for experimental probability problems. They are asked to make a few predictions, as well. This is a length

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No-prep, 4th grade STAAR data and graphs practice with 30 enrichment projects and 30 test-prep questions aligned to the TEKS. A great way to teach these important data standards in a fun, engaging way. Great for early finishers, advanced learners and whole class practice. Print and go math enrichme

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Enjoy this awesome probability game using jelly beans for an introduction to making predictions based on probability.
This would be best used for Grades 3-6!
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Get your students moving w/ this Interdisciplinary activity where students are asked to count how many times they can jump rope without stopping. Students collect class data then find the measures of central tendency. Outliers are also discussed. Students are then asked a follow up question where

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No-prep, 4th Grade data and line plots practice with 30 enrichment projects and 30 review test-prep questions aligned to the standards. Great for teaching the important data standards in a fun, engaging way. Excellent for early finishers, advanced math students or whole class practice. Print and go

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This lesson is meant to be used as guided notes for a whole class.
Students begin by learning what makes 2 events independent. After slowly working through a problem about rolling a die and choosing a card, they discover that they can multiply probabilities when working with these compound events.

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Bundle of 10 editions of Relationship Status Performance Task for 8th grade
In the Relationship Status Performance Task, students use real bivariate data from the thrill features of a roller coaster to practice constructing and interpreting scatter plots and to extend into drawing and interpreting

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This is an activity and game that teaches data collection, analysis, and constructing box and whisker plots. The method used to collect data can be applied to many other lessons that require data sets. The students play a game to test how "greedy" they are when collecting points and deciding whether

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Complete Lesson! This lesson features a 40 CARD SORT, Differentiated Cornell Notes, Distribution Shapes Graphic Organizer, and Power Point to go with the notes! Perfect for the inclusive classroom! Within the Card Sort Activity there are 5 categories of cards to match: 1) Histogram2) Frequency Displ

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Updated with 2018 Superbowl Team Info!
Also added: new mean, mode, median page, new football pictograph, plus several other new graphs and activities!
Tired of the same old data probability activities involving flipping coins and rolling a number cube?
Try using a real-life application using a subje

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Have fun finding Pi by measuring the circumference and diameter of circles of all sizes! Students will calculate the ratio of the length of a circle’s diameter to its circumference. They’ll discover that the circumference is always a little more than three times as long as the diameter. This full le

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Statistics Linear Regression with Applications TI 83 84This easy to follow handout helps you teach your students to use the TI 83 - 84 Graphing Calculator to enter data into lists, create a linear regression equation and to plot the equation along with the data. Also included is a three page worksh

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Bundle of 29 editions of NBA Numbers Performance Task for 8th grade
In the NBA Numbers Performance Task, students use real data on the players in their favorite basketball team to practice interpreting a scatter plot and finding the equation for the line of best fit, and to extend into constructing

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This is a fun, engaging 3 part activity including lesson plan that will have your kids so engaged they will forget they are actually learning math. Students will first work in groups/partners and simulate a crab derby race in a game using the sum of two dice to see whose crab will cross the finish

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CANDY and MUSIC, what a great way to get kids motivated about MATHMATICS! I have used this lesson in my middle school class room for many years with great success. Middle school tasks should be meaningful and relevant; this lesson is that and more. Students must work directly with data in order to u

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This lesson plan goes along with the book "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs" by Judi Barrett. Students will have the opportunity to use fractions to describe the result of an experiment, make predictions and list possible outcomes of a probability. This is a great way to implement mathematics and l

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These 8 stations are designed to either introduce or review all the vocabulary related to scatterplots including linear vs non-linear, positive, negative, and no correlation, best fit line, outlier, and so on. The stations are designed for 5 - 8 minute rotations depending on the level of your class.

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This document contains a guided worksheet/class activity for sixth grade. Before the worksheet/activity, the Statistics and Probability Standards covered in that worksheet/activity are listed. Practice problems are after the activity to reinforce the concepts. The activity follows the four component

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This lesson is a great way to teach your students about tree diagrams and using them to determine possible combinations. Also goes into the Fundamental Counting Principle. Gives examples, guided practice, and independent practice with tree diagrams as well as the FCP.
File is in .ppsx (2010 Power

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