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Math: Statistics for Graphing

These sites have statistics and information that students can use to create graphs. The sites include sports statistics, lengths of rivers, temperatures, and more. There are links to eThemes Resources on different types of graphs.


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This data about the depth of items in the ocean can be graphed.
Create a bar graph or line graph to show differences between your weight on Earth and on other planets.
Here are some upper elementary and middle school activities based on census data graphs.
Students can make graphs comparing this retired baseball player's statistics from each year he played. NOTE: This site includes ads.
This site features the measurements of the major rivers all over the world.
Students can graph the information about each city's temperature for one day or over a period of time. This site is updated every couple of days.
Enter a zip code and record the temperature one city over time, or several cities in one day. NOTE: This site has pop-up ads.
Use this whale data for students to create a graph. They can use this graph already constructed or make a new one. NOTE: This site includes a banner ad.
Students can create their own graph.
Take a vote and see the results of this sweet poll. Describe the chart.
This site provides graphing exercises using data, such as television viewing hours, average earning, and crime types, from statistics Canada's web site. Questions for students to answer about each graph created in each activity are included.
This site provides examples of graphs that developed from survey information. Netscape is required if you want to see changes in graphs when changing the information. Suggested activities for making your own graphs are included.
This learning unit is a 31 page PDF File that provides series of activity that help students create and understand different kinds of graphs.
These sites include interactive games, activities, and simulations of circle graphs/pie charts. Also includes some basic data that can be analyzed and some scoring rubrics.
These sites include examples of different types of graphs such as bar, line, and pictographs. Many of the sites are interactive and demonstrate how graphing works. Also includes several hands-on activities. There are links to eThemes Resources on circle graphs and statistics to graph.

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