We found 368 reviewed resources for pie chart
My Favorite Animal At The Zoo Pie Graph
3rd - 4th CCSS: Designed
What is your favorite animal at the zoo? Young mathematicians answer eight multiple choice questions, based on a survey of 50 people presented in a pie graph. Additionally, the graph does not display any numbers, but rather different...
Reading and Making Pie Graphs Worksheets
3rd - 5th CCSS: Designed
The opportunities are endless with a collection of five worksheets that enable young mathematicians to read pie graphs. Individuals use graphs to answer eight multiple choice questions on each sheet. The set of five allows for continued...
Conversions between Degrees and Radians: Charting Hours in the Day
10th - 12th CCSS: Designed
Forget hours, divide the day into radians instead. Class members convert the angles in a pie chart of daily activities into radian measures. They add angle measures for multiple activities then determine a relationship between the radian...
Interpretation of Circle Graphs: Northwest Region Population Pie
8th - 11th
Given populations of the five Northwestern states, learners create a circle graph. Using the data and the pie chart, they make comparisons between the populations of the states. Finally, the pupils determine how the chart will change...
Pie or Circle Graphs - Matching Worksheet
3rd CCSS: Designed
It's one thing to be able to read a pie graph, but it's another to analyze a pie graph and match it to its data table. Use a multiple choice worksheet when challenging learners to practice this skill. With six data charts and pie graphs,...
The Lowdown — U.S. Gun Homicides: Visualizing the Numbers
7th CCSS: Designed
Is gun violence a big issue in America? Pupils explore gun deaths by type, race, and age group in a Math at the Core: Ratios interactive. The class tries to determine whether America is a safe place to live and use bar graphs and pie...
Math Lesson: What Do You Want to Know? - Country Statistics
9th - 12th
Students are able to identify the characteristics of a variety of graphs (i.e. bar graph, line graph, pie graph, scatter plot, population pyramids, etc.) They recognize how the type of data to be presented plays a role in choosing the...
The Lowdown — The Math of Trash: Percents and Proportions
2 mins 6th CCSS: Designed
Don't toss the lesson in the trash. Scholars watch an informative, up-to-date video that discusses how percents and proportions help clarify data about trash, recycling, and climate change. They consider their own trash output and create...
Charts Are Like Pasta - Data Visualization Part 1: Crash Course Statistics #5
10 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Clever marketers can use visual statistics to mislead their target populations. Explore these visual misrepresentations with a video lesson from a larger statistics playlist. The lesson instructor explains visual representations of both...
Study Jams! Choosing the Correct Graph
2 mins 4th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
With so many types of graphs, don't let your learners get stuck figuring out which one to use. To track how Zoe spent her allowance, use this interactive lesson to review all the types of graphs and pick the best one to display the data....
Exploring Adding Fractions with Like Denominators
4th - 5th CCSS: Adaptable
This is a great learning exercise for those just learning how to add fractions with like denominators. Pie graphs make it easy to see the fractions in a different light before learners see the problems written out purely in fractions....
Subtracting Waste=Adding Trees: Read All About It!
4th - 6th
In this subtracting waste instructional activity, students make a pie chart using the data given to figure out the percentage of the total waste of five different items. Students answer seven percentage questions relating to the pie chart.
A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Introduction to Graphing
7th - 8th
Students practice graphing activities. In this graphing lesson, students discuss ways to collect data and complete survey activities. Students visit a table and graphs website and then a create a graph website to practice graphing.
Multiplying Fractions by Fractions
4th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
A four-page resource walks learners through the basics of multiplying fractions. The handout is very visual with many diagrams in various colors. By the end of the lesson, learners are given an opportunity to multiply whole numbers with...
STEM Activities for Middle School Students
6th - 8th CCSS: Adaptable
Use STEM activities within the class to provide connections to concepts. The resource includes activities that range from working with buoyancy to building rockets and launching them. Other activities involve the engineering design...
Problem-Solving Decisions: Choose the Operation: Problem Solving
5th - 6th
In this math operations activity, students solve the word problem using the pie chart and following the steps of understand, plan, solve, and look back. Students then answer a final question by choosing the operation and solving.
See How They Run!: The 100 Meter Dash
6th - 8th CCSS: Designed
Are you as fast as Usain Bolt? Class members time each other running the 100-meter dash, then analyze the data using different graphical representations. They then draw conclusions by comparing different sample sets and seeing how they...
If a Tree Fell in the Woods, Would It Be Part of a Stem-and-Leaf Plot?
Seventh graders study about stem-and-leaf plots and compare the visual display of these plots with those of bar, line, and pie charts in order to determine when stem-and-leaf plots offer the best option for displaying a data set.