1.MD.4 – Organize, represent, and interpret data with up to three categories; ask and answer questions about the total number of data points, how many in each category, and how many more or less are in one category than in another.

Internet Resources (Videos, Websites, etc.)

Illustrative Mathematics Project

  1. Illustrations

NCTM Illuminations

  1. Baby Weight
  2. Bar Graph Investigations
  3. Circle Grapher
  4. Classroom Paper
  5. Comparing Columns on a Bar Graph
  6. Eye to Eye
  7. Freckle Face
  8. Grandma’s Button Box
  9. Graphing Trash Material
  10. How Big Is Your Heart?
  11. Information Represented Graphically
  12. Look at Me
  13. Looking Back and Moving Forward
  14. Making Glyphs
  15. Mathematics and Environmental Concerns: Unit Overview
  16. Naming Rows and Columns
  17. Numbers and Me
  18. Our Button Box
  19. Plastic Packaging
  20. Playing Games
  21. Representing Data
  22. Shirts Full of Buttons
  23. Show and Tell
  24. Super Bowl Scavenger Hunt
  25. The Beat of Your Heart
  26. The Eyes Have It
  27. Up on Top
  28. What’s the Weather?

Online Practice from IXL

  1. Data and graphs: Record data with tally charts, picture graphs, tables
  2. Data and graphs: Interpret data in tally charts, picture graphs, tables
  3. Data and graphs: Interpret bar graphs
  4. Data and graphs: Which bar graph is correct?

Read Write Think

  1. Mail Time! An Integrated Postcard and Geography Study

Science Net Links

  1. Sampling Rocks


  1. Circle Graph
  2. Histogram
  3. Introduction to Statistics: Mean, Median, Mode

Xpeditions by National Geographic

  1. Population Pasta

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