A visually appealing and interactive way to teach box plots. Of all the types of graphs, box plots (formerly box-and-whisker plots) can be the most confusing for students. These notes go a long way at clearing up that confusion, in both the understanding the graph and how to create one. Students are guided through the creation process and then asked to make sense of the graph. The interquartile range (IQR) is also mentioned.
Actis Standard notes are a great way to teach students how to take notes in an easy to follow fill-in-the-blank format. Complex vocabulary and concepts are simplified and made attainable for all students. In essence, the notes are designed to address essential information and make it visually appealing. Your students will actually enjoy filling in the notes!
The license is intended for one teacher and all of their classes. Please purchase additional licenses for each additional teacher planning on using these materials in your building. Thanks! If you like what you see, please follow the Actis Standard store. New materials are posted frequently.
Looking for additional practice? Check out "Box Plots Practice" in my store. These practice pages even come with a free tutorial video built right into the page (QR code) to help your students when they get stuck or want to verify that they are practicing correctly.