Working with data should involve working with the real things that data represents. Doing original data collection and survey projects gives students the chance to count things themselves and then record, tabulate, graph, and eventually explain the numbers they have come up with. Collecting Data would be a great unit study and Living Math Project.
There are so many FREE data collecting sheets, lesson plans and tally mark data sheets that you can download HERE.
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