This is a table of climate data on five different biomes. The students are asked to use the data in the table to answer a variety of questions. They must interpret the information given in order to answer the questions. There are multiple choice,
This activity was created to help students use information found in tables and graphs to answer science questions. These questions consist of multiple choice, fill in, and open ended. They must interpret and reason to figure out the answers. They
This is a collection of six different activities with charts, graphs, and tables. Students will be asked to read the data for these different activities and answer multiple choice, fill in the blank, and open ended questions for each experiment.
This is intended to help students learn how to interpret data found in science charts, graphs, and tables. Students read the information found in the two tables on minutes of daylight at different dates and hemispheres. They answer multiple choice,
This can be used as practice for interpreting data, reading graphs, and answering questions related to science data. There are multiple choice, short answer, and open ended questions. This is similar to the types of questions found in the science
This is a practice activity to help students read and interpret science data. It uses information about mineral hardness with the Mohs Scale and mineral streak color listed in a table. Students must read the information and answer a variety of
This is designed to help students and teachers read and interpret data and answer questions about the information presented. It is based on 5th grade science standards. It presents information about an experiment to see how the amount of water a
This is a 10 question activity to help students read and interpret scientific information found in tables and charts. The scientific information is based on data from experiments with mixtures and separations. It is helpful for preparing for the ACT
This is a webquest using the Dynamic Earth Interactive website by Annenberg Learner. The students must interact with the different parts of the site to answer questions, watch interactive graphics, and do online activities.