Using and interpreting line plots for measurement data is the focus of this resource. These activities provide differentiated practice for students, moving from simple to more complex line plots.
Each full-page card includes a data set presented in a line plot, along with 4 questions for students to answer. These questions require students to interpret and compare the data. Each card also contains a QR code for self-checking. Recording sheets and answer keys are included as an alternate.
There are 15 line plot cards divided into three differentiated sets:
Set 1: Categorical Data
Set 2: Numerical Data: Whole Numbers
Set 3: Numerical Data: Fractions
These provide increasing difficulty to build skills as students work through them. The first two sets of cards can be used to teach students how to use line plots even before teaching fractions.
✪ This resource is included in my Third Grade YEAR LONG BUNDLE
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