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This maths teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to transfer information about numbers of different tools used on a farm from a frequency chart to a block graph. The class can list questions that can be answered using the data recorded on the block graph for a partner to answer.

Download this teaching pack including display posters, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to transfer information about numbers of different tools used on a farm from a frequency chart to a block graph

Learning Objectives

Interpret and construct block diagrams and tables to record sets of data. Ask and answer questions about totalling and comparing categorical data.

Learning Outcomes

I can transfer information recorded on a frequency chart to a block graph. I can ask and answer questions about information recorded on a block graph.

What Tools

Display posters to help the children identify and describe some of the different tools that are used on a farm

Farm Tools (support)

Activity to help the children transfer information about numbers of different tools used on a farm from a frequency chart to a block graph using a scale in ones

Farm Tools (core)

Activity to help the children transfer information about numbers of different tools used on a farm from a frequency chart to a block graph using a scale in twos

Farm Tools (extension)

Activity to help the children transfer information about numbers of different tools used on a farm from a frequency chart to a block graph using a scale in twos

Farm Tools

Interactive activity to help the children transfer information about numbers of different tools used on a farm from a frequency chart to a block graph

Download this teaching pack including display posters, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to transfer information about numbers of different tools used on a farm from a frequency chart to a block graph

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