# Statistics (Handling Data) Maths Worksheets For Year 1 (age 5-6)

Statistics is not included in the new Maths Programme of Study but we believe that children should gain an introduction to it as there is more data in the world now than at any other time! In year 1, we concentrate on collecting and sorting information in lists and tables, including making tally charts. The results can be presented in the form of a block graph. Diagrams such as Venn and Carroll will be introduced to sort objects into groups.

### Sorting shapes

Colour the chart with the correct number of shapes shown.

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4 pages

### Sort and display results

Complete the graph of shapes.

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4 pages

### List of names

Organise a list of first names in a table.

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2 pages

### Sort letters of the alphabet

Sort letters of the alphabet according to the types of lines used.

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2 pages

### Dice results

Record results of rolling dice.

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1 pages

### Coloured brick graph

Answer questions from the data shown on a block graph.

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1 pages

### Ice cream graph

Interpret a graph and carry out a survey, presenting results all about those delicious ice creams.

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2 pages

### Sorting with a tally chart

Answer questions from a tally chart and create a new chart.

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3 pages

### Graph of favourite sports

Graph of children's favourite sports.

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3 pages

### Tally chart: birds

Make and interpret tally charts all about birds and pets.

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3 pages

### Venn diagrams (1)

Sorting animals and things with four legs.

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3 pages

### Venn diagrams (2)

Sorting animals and things that fly.

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3 pages

### Venn diagrams (3)

Sorting red shapes and shapes with 3 sides.

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3 pages

### Venn diagrams (4)

Sorting red and blue shapes.

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3 pages

### Carroll diagram (1)

Sorting shapes using a Carroll diagram.

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3 pages

### Carroll diagram (2)

Sorting numbers using a Carroll diagram.

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3 pages

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