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# Let’s Make Charts

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SKU M2CS80920
Key Stage 1Statistics and Data HandlingMathsSummer TermYear 2

Introduce your class to drawing and interpreting many-to-one pictograms and block diagrams in this complete set of statistics lessons designed for Year 2 classes.

###### #TheCompleteSeries5lessons

Your class will be challenged to draw and compare pictograms and block diagrams with different keys to identify the different ways that data can be presented using these charts. Give your class the opportunity to collect and present their own data using tallying.

This five-lesson scheme of work comes with plans, slides and printable resources giving you (almost!) everything you need to engage your class in these challenging lessons.

###### #Lesson1ManytoOne

Introduce your class to pictograms where the symbols are worth more than one piece of data. Children will use their knowledge of tallying and pictograms to read and draw many-to-one charts.

This downloadable lesson comes with a lesson plan, a slideshow presentation and printable teaching resources.

### What's included:

• Lesson plan
• Slides
• Activity ideas
• Differentiated worksheets
• Picture cards
• Tally chart cards
• Pictogram cards
• Photo sheet
###### #Lesson2HalfSymbols

Challenge your class to interpret pictograms with half symbols and draw their own using given data. Give your class the opportunity to collect their own data using picture books in order to draw a pictogram from their collected data.

This downloadable lesson comes with a lesson plan, a slideshow presentation and printable teaching resources.

### What's included:

• Lesson plan
• Slides
• Activity ideas
• Differentiated worksheets
• Picture cards
• Photo sheet
• Chart sheet
###### #Lesson3Reasoning

Challenge your class to develop their reasoning skills as they interpret many-to-one pictograms. Encourage your class to explain their answers as they spot mistakes and decide who they agree with when two statements are made about a pictogram.

This downloadable lesson comes with a lesson plan, a slideshow presentation and printable teaching resources.

### What's included:

• Lesson plan
• Slides
• Activity ideas
• Differentiated challenge cards
• Worksheet
• Pictogram card
###### #Lesson4InterpretingBlockDiagrams

Challenge your class to interpret tricky block diagrams where blocks have been used to represent multiple pieces of data. Your class will answer tricky questions which require them to take note of the key for each diagram and compare them to other block diagrams.

This downloadable lesson comes with a lesson plan, a slideshow presentation and printable teaching resources.

### What's included:

• Lesson plan
• Slides
• Activity ideas
• Differentiated worksheets
• Block diagram sheet
• Statement cards
###### #Lesson5CollectandPresentData

Guide your class through the process of collecting data using a tally chart and then using this to create a pictogram and a block diagram to present the data. Challenge them to come up with their own categories and figure out the most efficient way of gathering data.

This downloadable lesson comes with a lesson plan, a slideshow presentation and printable teaching resources.

### What's included:

• Lesson plan
• Slides
• Activity ideas
• Differentiated worksheets
• Tally chart
• Chart sheet
###### Free Overview (Medium-Term Plan)

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###### Free Assessment Grid

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###### Curriculum Objectives covered
• Year 2 - interpret and construct simple pictograms, tally charts, block diagrams and simple tables
• Year 2 - ask and answer simple questions by counting the number of objects in each category and sorting the categories by quantity
• Year 2 - ask and answer questions about totalling and comparing categorical data

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