These vivid posters/ display cards are perfect for year 3, 4, 5 & 6 students who are learning how to collect, interpret and organise data in math lessons. All these posters are fantastic for using during a class discussion to differentiate between different graphs by looking at the physical characteristics and then interpreting the information.
For this resource, you can print, cut and laminate then use as posters to display in your classroom. Or you can print 2 slides to a page and laminate them and use as display cards for students who are struggling and need extra scaffolding. A really fantastic resource that helped my students understand how to read, interpret and create their own graphs! Highly recommend.
Types of Graphs: horizontal bar graph, vertical bar graph, histogram, line graph, line plot graph, stem and leaf plot, scatter plot and table
Very thorough content and all aligned to Aust Curriculum. Great resource to the unit.
Thank you very helpful for my Australian unit. Saved me lots of time.
Exactly what a teacher needs when they have early finishers and they are working with a child/children and need others to continue working independently.
Great colourful resources. Loved the sorting activity- it provided for lots of discussion.
Great content and appropriate language for my year six students. Thanks for taking the time to create this resource and for sharing it.