Statistics (Handling Data) Maths Worksheets for Year 4 (age 8-9)
In Year 4 pupils should be taught to:
interpret and present discrete and continuous data using appropriate graphical methods, including bar charts and time graphs
solve comparison, sum and difference problems using information presented in bar charts, pictograms, tables and other graphs.
Interpreting charts and tables
Finding information from charts and tables.
Simple bar charts and tables.
Rounding and sorting information on football attendances.
A look at the lifeboats used on the Titanic, including a pictogram.
Using tally charts and interpreting data.
More work on tally charts, including hamster names and illnesses.
Interpreting Pictograms and Graphs
Interpret and present data including pictograms and bar charts.
Interpreting pictograms where each image represents 5 or 10 things. Carry out a survey and present the results in the form of a pictogram.
More pictograms to interpret plus some ideas to create pictograms from data gathered.
Completing tables from given information.
Interpreting bar charts where the axis has divisions of 10 or 20. Convert the graph to a table.
More interpreting of bar charts: people and bus times.
Reading and interpreting bar charts with negative numbers.
A collection of data handling activities, all on the subject of wild flowers.
Recording results in various forms, including the use of range, mode and median.
Begin to use and interpret line graphs.
Interpreting and drawing line graphs from given data.