In this worksheet, the first page includes definitions of mean, median, mode, range, and outliers and then has an example that can be done as a class or on their own. Then, students must go around the room and ask each other the survey questions on the next few pages to collect their own data. After they have their data, they find the mean, median, mode, and range and then state if there are any outliers and how it affected their data.
Survey questions include: shoe size, age, number of pets, number of siblings.
Great activity for introducing or reviewing the measures of central tendency! My students really liked having to get up and ask each other questions!