Reevy Hill Primary School

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Have you got the Maths Factor?


Check out this fantastic website to keep you learning and using those Maths skills. 

It's FREE to create an account, just click the link below.


Let's master STATISTICS!


1. Recap what a bar chart is and why it is used

2. Collect your data

3. Create your own bar chart in your maths exercise book

4. Have a go at the statistics revision pack 


When you are next out on your 'once a day' walk, bike ride, exercise or just stood in the garden, how much data can you collect? (aim for around 8 different things)

Here are some suggestions:

- rainbows

- joggers

- cyclists

- cars

- vans

- buses

- dog walkers



Can you present your findings in a bar chart?

Remember to label your axis and give your graph a title. 


Use the example and links to help you!


Don't forget to send us some of your work


Happy learning smiley

Here's an example...

A few little extras...