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Welcome to the Math Salamanders Statistics Worksheets.

Here you will find links to lots of data handling and analysis worksheet webpages, which will help your child become more confident in handling and interpreting a range of data.

Why not take a look at some of our bar graph worksheets, or have a go at some of our Mean, Median and Mode sheets?

We also have a selection of venn diagram and line graph worksheets.

This page contains links to other Math webpages where you will find a range of activities and resources.

If you can't find what you are looking for, try searching the site using the Google search box at the top of each page.

Here is our selection of tally chart worksheets for 1st and 2nd graders.

These sheets involve counting and recording tallies.

Here you will find our range of statistics worksheets involving using bar graphs, picture graphs and line graphs.

There is a wide range of different sheets at each level, and each sheet comes with its own set of answers.

Here is our selection of bar graphs for first graders.

These sheets involve reading and interpreting a range of bar graphs and picture graphs with a scale going up in ones.

Using these sheets will help children to understand how bar graphs work.

Here is our selection of bar graphs for 2nd graders.

These sheets involve reading and interpreting a range of bar graphs and picture graphs with a scale going up in ones or twos.

Draw missing bars on a bar graph to the correct height.

Use the information in a bar graph to add data into a table.

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Here is our selection of 3rd grade bar graph worksheets.

At a 3rd grade level, the bar graphs are now showing a range of different scales such as 2s, 5s, 10s, 100s.

The pictograms are becoming more complex with each symbol representing more than one unit.

The questions are more varied, asking how many more, or how many less, the total of several bars combined. The interpretation of the graph is becoming more difficult than at 2nd grade.

On this page there are a selection of bar and picture graphs, including bar graphs with real-life data such as tree heights.

At a 4th grade level, the bar graphs are becoming more complex and involve decimals and larger numbers.

The scales used at 4th grade are varied, and may include decimal scales.

The questions are probably at the same sort of level as 3rd grade, but the complexity of the data makes them harder.

Here is our selection of line graph worksheets.

The worksheets on this page involve plotting and analysing a range of line graphs.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

- plot points on a line graph;
- analyse data points on a line graph;
- answer questions involving line graphs.

Children are introduces to line graphs around 3rd grade.

The scales used on our sheets are fairly simple, and go up in 1s or 2s.

The questions involve simple reading and interpretation of the graphs.

The sheets will help your child to read, interpret and draw line graphs.

At 4th grade the line graphs are beginning to get a bit more tricky.

The scales used on our sheets are more varied.

The questions involve reading and interpretation of the graphs at a harder level than 3rd grade.

The sheets will help your child to read, interpret and draw line graphs.

Here are our selection of venn diagram worksheets to help you sort a range of different objects.

There are a selection of 2 and 3 circle venn diagram worksheets.

Our worksheets cover sorting animals and people, to sorting shapes and numbers.

Find links to our Median worksheets below.

Using this webapge will help you to:

- find the median of a set of data;
- find the median of both odd and even numbers of data points;
- show you worked examples of how to find the median.

Find links to our Mean worksheets below.

Using these sheets will help you to:

- find the mean of up to 5 numbers;
- find the mean of a range of numbers, including negative numbers and decimals;
- find a missing data point when the mean is given.

Find links to our Mode and Range worksheets below.

Using these sheets will help you to:

- find the mode of a list of numbers numbers;
- find the range of a list of numbers;
- see worked examples of how to find the mode and range of a set of data.

The sheets in this section will help you to find the mean, median, mode and range of a set of numbers, including negative numbers and decimals.

There are easier sheets involving fewer data points, and harder ones with more data points.

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