Below are the elementary topics available for the category "Statistics" at ** Free Math Games**.

These free math topics with audio offer a complete set of basic Statistics topics for elementary pupils (Kindergarten to 5th grade, ages 5 to 11). The Statistics category is divided into sub-categories such as " Interpret", " Mean mode median", etc. Each sub-category has multiple topics with between 6 and 10 question and answer pairs for the lessons, plus additional question answer pairs for the games and tests.

For each question/answer pair in a topic you get the question as picture, equation or text, the spoken question read by a robot, and an answer as both number or text and as audio. For most topics there are also 3 wrong answers prepared for each question.

Pictographs

Use the pictographs to count the number of different fruit that were eaten

Tally charts

Use the tally charts to count the number of different fruit that were eaten

Block diagrams

Use the block diagrams to count the number of different fruit that were eaten

FREQUENCY

Frequency tables

Use the frequency tables to decide the number of different fruit that were eaten

Compare categories

Use the pictographs to identify fruit categories with the most, fewest or same number of items

How many more items

From the pictographs say how many more items a certain category has than another category

Two to one correspondence

Use pictographs with a two to one correspondence to count the number of people who like different fruit

Ten to one correspondence

Use these pictographs with a ten to one correspondence to count items in categories

Most or least

From the tally charts say which category of fruit are eaten most or least

How many more?

From the tally charts say how many more items a category has than another category

Interpret pictographs

Use the pictograph to count the number of children who did different activities

Many to one correspondence

Use pictographs with a many to one correspondence to see which people like certain fruit

How many more

Compare how many people like 2 different fruit using pictographs with many to one correspondences

Interpret bar charts

Use the bar charts to count the number of items in different categories

Bar charts: most or least

Use the bar charts to identify the most or least popular fruits

Bar charts: how many more

From the bar charts say how many more items one category has than another

Interpret tables

Use the data tables to answer questions about how many pupils get to school in different ways

Most or least frequent

From the frequency tables say which way of getting to school was most or least common

Tables: how many more

For each table work out how many more pupils got to school by one means rather than another

Interpret bar charts

Use the bar charts to identify the number of people who prefer different pets

Bar charts: most, least popular

For each survey result graph, decide which animal is the most or least popular pet

Bar charts: how many more

Decide how many more people prefer one pet over the number who prefer a different pet

Interpret tables

Read the tables and interpret the data to answer the questions about how many vehicles were seen

Tables: most, least frequent

For each table work out which category of vehicle is the most or least frequently seen

Tables: greatest, least difference

In these tables, which two categories of vehicles have the biggest or smallest difference in frequency?

Venn diagrams: 2 categories

Use these 2 category Venn diagrams to answer the questions

Venn diagrams: 2 categories: missing numbers

Use the given information to complete these 2 category Venn diagrams

Interpret time graphs

Use the time graphs to identify the distance travelled after a certain number of hours

Time graphs: distance travelled

Use the time graphs to work out the distance travelled or the distance from home at the given times

Timetables: read, identify facts

Read the timetable and recount simple facts derived from them

Timetables: interpret, compare

Read this excerpt from a bus timetable to interpret and compare the data

Read tables, identify facts

Use the sport competition results table to answer simple questions about the player's results

Line graphs: read, interpret

Read the line graphs and interpret the data to answer the questions

Line graphs: read, compare

Read the line graphs and interpret the data to make comparisons

Most appropriate data representation

Identify the more appropriate means of representing the data for the given data sets

Interpret line graphs

Interpret these line graphs of annual rainfall on 2 islands to identify the correct answers

Interpret 3 category Venn diagrams

Interpret these 3 category Venn diagrams to identify the correct answers

mean

Mean

Calculate the mean by finding the total and dividing by the number of data points

In addition to the Statistics topics shown above, the elementary section of Free Math Games has 17 other top level categories of topics to choose from. Each top level category offers a full breadth of topics to cover the elementary curriculum. Use these topics to reinforce key math concepts in a fun and engaging way that will keep your pupils enthused and energised with the math they are learning. The top level categories available are:

- Counting
- Comparing numbers
- Pattern
- Place value
- Addition
- Subtraction
- Add + Subtract
- Multiplication
- Division
- Multiply + Divide
- Fractions
- Decimals
- Percentages
- Ratio + proportion
- Measurements
- Shapes
- Position + Direction
- Statistics
- Algebra

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