Here are 3 Activities for Reading - Interpreting - Representing Information on Table (Chart) Graphic Frames.
Activity 1 - students are given data and must fill in column headings, data for each column, and title for table. Then students answer 10 questions about the data. The questions require that they compare and interpret information visually and quantitatively. They will need to apply basic the math skills of adding, subtracting, determining most, fewest, and half as much.
Activity 2 - students are provided with column headings and then must fill in a table frame. In this activity they are representing the data for a topic I've provided. They are directed to a resource to find this data and then write it into the table frame I provided. .
Activity 3 - From suggested ideas and topics, students create their own table and are asked to explain what it shows. They must also write 4 questions about it, which another classmate will answer.
The three activities require reading a table, interpreting and representing data visually and quantitatively. They need to group information logically. All and all, this should give effective test preparation for your state standadized testing.
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I have similar activites on TPT for circle graphs and bar graphs. Line graph activites are soon to come. They should make a great teaching set of materials.