# Data

## Independent

Worksheets:

Projects:

• Choose a survey question to ask your family and friends. Survey your family and friends giving them 3 options to choose from. Make TWO different representations of the data you collect.

Games & Activities:

• Search for graphs and charts in magazines or newspapers. Work with a family member to understand the data.
• Make a list of survey questions you could ask your friends and family.
• For example: What’s your favorite food?

Videos:

Online Games (Websites & Apps):

## Family

Projects:

• Choose a survey question to ask your family and friends give them 3 options to choose from. Make a representation of the data you collect.
• Try this with your family or a group of friends.

Games & Activities:

Get a mini bag/handful of m&m’s, skittles, or fruit loops in 3 different colors. Sort your snack by color. Make a representation of the data you collect. Then answer these questions:

• How many pieces are there?
• Which color did you have the MOST of?
• Which color did you have the LEAST of?
• Combine two colors, how many do you have?

## Extension

Graphing Printable Worksheets

Project :

Choose a survey question to ask your family and friends. Survey your family and friends giving them 5 options to choose from. Make TWO different representations of the data you collect.

Project Extensions:

• How Much Mail
• Let’s Recycle
• Sorting Leaves

2.Choose a survey question to ask your family and friends give them 5 options to choose from. Make a representation of the data you collect.

3.Try this with your family or a group of friends.

4.Get a mini bag/handful of m&m’s, skittles, or fruit loops in 5 different colors. Sort your snack by color. Make a representation of the data you collect. Then answer these questions:

• How many pieces are there?
• Which color did you have the MOST of?
• Which color did you have the LEAST of?
• Combine two colors, how many do you have?
• How many more ___ colored pieces do you have than ____ colored pieces