This 16-slide PowerPoint presentation reviews what a statistical question is and goes on to show how the data collected from answering a statistical question can be characterized by its center, spread, and shape. An example shows how starting with unorganized data makes analyzing difficult. Then it shows how organizing your data helps you to determine center, spread, and shape. This lesson is based on the math Common Core standard CCSS.Math.Content.6.SP.A.2. under the domain of Statistics and Probability. It can be used as a full-class lesson or for individuals that need remediation or have missed the lesson. You can spend 15 to 30 minutes on the presentation depending on how much you intend to involve student participation.