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1 The Sweet Shop Handling Data Data Questions ? Tables or Graphs Reading Pictograms Worksheet Making Pictograms

2 The Sweet Shop

3 How many Mars sold on Wednesday? 20

4 The Sweet Shop How many sweets sold on Monday? 73

5 The Sweet Shop How many Toffee Crisp sold on Saturday and Sunday? =

6 The Sweet Shop How many more Snickers sold on Wednesday than on Monday? =

7 The Sweet Shop How many more sweets sold on Tuesday than Monday? =

8 The Sweet Shop How many more Bounty sold in one week than Snickers? =

9 The Sweet Shop What is the most popular sweet? Mars

10 The Sweet Shop When do most people buy sweets? Saturday

11 Data Questions How many…? How many more…than? What is the most popular…? What is the least common…?

12 Tables or Graphs What is the most popular sweet bought on Mondays? Mars The information is in a table. We only need some of the data for this question. Can we show this information better on a graph?

13 Making a Graph The Graph: Sweets sold on a Monday 1.Find the data 2.Make a graph

14 The Graph What is the most popular sweet bought on Mondays? Mars It is easy to answer this question from a graph. There is only one set of data on this graph.

15 Choosing Graphs What is the most popular sweet bought at the weekend? There are 2 sets of data on this graph. Is it easy to answer this question? Try a different graph

16 Choosing Graphs What is the most popular sweet bought at the weekend? There are 2 sets of data on this graph. Is it easy to answer this question? Mars

17 Pictograms Key: 1 picture = 10 people How many children walk to school? 65 (6 x 10) + 5 =

18 Pictograms Key: 1 picture = 10 people How many children come to school by car? 45 (4 x 10) + 5 =

19 Pictograms Key: 1 picture = 10 people How many children come to school by bike? 35 (3 x 10) + 5 =

20 Pictograms Which is the most popular way to come to school? Walking Key: 1 picture = 10 people

21 Pictograms 1 picture = 2 people How many children walk to school? 13 (6 x 2) + 1 =

22 Pictograms 1 picture = 2 people How many children come to school by car? 9 (4 x 2) + 1 =

23 Pictograms 1 picture = 2 people How many children come to school by bike? 7 (3 x 2) + 1 =

24 Pictograms Key: 1 picture = 2 people Which is the most popular way to come to school? Walking

25 Favourite Crisps Key: 1 picture = 2 people How many children like Prawn? How many more children like Bacon than Prawn? What is the least popular? Which is the most popular crisp?

26 Favourite Crisps Key: 1 picture = 10 people How many children like Prawn? How many more children like Bacon than Prawn? What is the least popular? Which is the most popular crisp?

27 Favourite Crisps Key: 1 picture = 4 people How many children like Prawn? How many more children like Bacon than Prawn? What is the least popular? Which is the most popular crisp?

28 Pictogram Worksheet Key: 1 picture = 2 people How many children walk to school? How many children come to school by car? How many children come to school by bike? Which is the most popular way to come to school?

29 Making Pictograms Red50 Black35 Green15 Silver20 Blue45 Yellow10 This table shows the colour of cars in a car park. Make a pictogram. Look at the numbers. Choose the best unit. 1 picture = cars 10

30 The colour of cars Red50 Black35 Green15 Silver20 Blue45 Yellow10 Key: 1 picture = cars ÷ 10 = 5 Red Black Green Silver Blue Yellow

31 The colour of cars Red50 Black35 Green15 Silver20 Blue45 Yellow10 35 ÷ 10 = 3½3½ Red Black Green Silver Blue Yellow Key: 1 picture = cars 10

32 The colour of cars Red50 Black35 Green15 Silver20 Blue45 Yellow10 15 ÷ 10 = 1½1½ Red Black Green Silver Blue Yellow Key: 1 picture = cars 10

33 The colour of cars Red50 Black35 Green15 Silver20 Blue45 Yellow10 20 ÷ 10 = 2 Red Black Green Silver Blue Yellow Key: 1 picture = cars 10

34 Red50 Black35 Green15 Silver20 Blue45 Yellow10 45 ÷ 10 = 4½4½ Red Black Green Silver Blue Yellow Key: 1 picture = cars 10 The colour of cars

35 Red50 Black35 Green15 Silver20 Blue45 Yellow10 10 ÷ 10 = 1 Red Black Green Silver Blue Yellow Key: 1 picture = cars 10

36 The colour of cars Red Black Green Silver Blue Yellow Key: 1 picture = cars 10 What is the least popular car colour in the car park?


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