# Starter Cards –HANDLING DATA. Introduction These cards are designed to be used as mental and oral starters at Key Stages 2 to 4 Ideally they should be.

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Starter Cards –HANDLING DATA

Introduction These cards are designed to be used as mental and oral starters at Key Stages 2 to 4 Ideally they should be laminated with the sample key questions on the back Please add key questions of your own and adapt the cards to reflect the ability of your students

HD1

SAMPLE KEY QUESTIONS SUPPORTCOREEXTENSION There were 18 people in the survey. How many are represented by the red bar? The yellow bar represents 150 people. How many in the survey altogether? …… This bar chart shows hours of sunshine for two days this week. If the red bar shows 3.5 hours, how many hours of sunshine were there in total? …… In my survey there were 6 pupils altogether. How many are shown by the yellow bar? The red bar? The red bar shows 3 people. How many were in my survey altogether? The yellow bar represents 12 students. How many …….

HD2

SAMPLE KEY QUESTIONS SUPPORTCOREEXTENSION There were 15 people in the survey. How many are represented by the red bar? The green bar represents 30 people. How many in the survey altogether? …… This bar chart shows hours of sunshine for two days this week. If the green bar shows 3.5 hours, how many hours of sunshine were there in total? …… In my survey there were 5 pupils altogether. How many are shown by the green bar? The red bar? The red bar shows 8 people. How many were in my survey altogether? The green bar represents 3 students. How many …….

HD3

SAMPLE KEY QUESTIONS SUPPORTCOREEXTENSION There were 20 people in the survey. How many are represented by the red bar? The green bar represents 30 people. How many in the survey altogether? …… This bar chart shows hours of sunshine for three days this week. If the green bar shows 3.5 hours, how many hours of sunshine were there in total? …… In my survey there were 4 pupils altogether. How many are shown by the green bar? The yellow bar? The red bar shows 2 people. How many were in my survey altogether? The green bar represents 3 students. How many …….

HD4

SAMPLE KEY QUESTIONS SUPPORTCOREEXTENSION There were 21 people in the survey. How many are represented by the red bar? The green bar represents 30 people. How many in the survey altogether? …… This bar chart shows hours of sunshine for three days this week. If the green bar shows 2.1 hours, how many hours of sunshine were there in total? …… In my survey there were 7 pupils altogether. How many are shown by the green bar? The yellow bar? The blue bar shows 4 people. How many were in my survey altogether? The green bar represents 3 students. How many …….

HD5

SAMPLE KEY QUESTIONS SUPPORTCOREEXTENSION In my survey there were 8 pupils altogether. How many are shown by the red slice of the pie? The yellow slice? The blue slice shows 4 people. How many were in my survey altogether? The red slice represents 3 students. How many …….

HD6

SAMPLE KEY QUESTIONS SUPPORTCOREEXTENSION In my survey there were 8 pupils altogether. How many are shown by the red slice of the pie? The yellow slice? The blue slice shows 4 people. How many were in my survey altogether? The red slice represents 3 students. How many ……. There are 15 pupils represented by the blue part of the pie chart.How many people are in the survey altogether? The yellow sector represents 40 people. How many in the blue sector? …….

HD7

SAMPLE KEY QUESTIONS SUPPORTCOREEXTENSION In my survey there were 8 pupils altogether. How many are shown by the red slice of the pie? The yellow slice? The blue slice shows 4 people. How many were in my survey altogether? The red slice represents 3 students. How many ……. There are 10 pupils represented by the blue part of the pie chart.How many people are in the survey altogether? The yellow sector represents 30 people. How many in the blue sector? …….

HD8

SAMPLE KEY QUESTIONS SUPPORTCOREEXTENSION In my survey there were 18 pupils altogether. How many are shown by the red slice of the pie? The yellow slice? The blue slice shows 4 people. How many were in my survey altogether? The red slice represents 3 students. How many ……. There are 16 pupils represented by the blue part of the pie chart.How many people are in the survey altogether? The yellow sector represents 30 people. How many in the blue sector? …….

0202 Vod Or BT HD9

SAMPLE KEY QUESTIONS SUPPORTCOREEXTENSION In my survey there were 10 pupils altogether. How many had Orange mobile network? If 4 people had the Vodafone network, how many had BT? If each picture represents 3 pupils, how many pupils were in the survey? …….. If each picture represents 5 pupils, how many have O2 network? 8 people have BT network. How many have Orange? ……

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