Students love data collection and graphing activities. Dot plots are no exception! I like to introduce dot plots by taking a class survey.
Easy and simple ideas are….
How many people are in your family?
Which day of the week do you enjoy the most?
How many hours do you practice sports each week?
After taking a survey and recording it on a tally chart or frequency table, we take the data and use it to make a dot plot.
This dot plot dice roll activity works well as a partner or independent practice page after dot plots have been introduced. An extension is to have students take the data from the dot plot and use it to create a pictograph or bar graph.
This resource includes:
- 1 activity page using regular 6-sided dice (numbers 1-6)
- 1 activity page using 10-sided dice (numbers 0-9)
- 1 activity page using 12-sided dice (numbers 1-12)
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