Organizing and Interpreting Data Worksheet

This learning resource is available in interactive and printable formats. The interactive worksshet can be played online and assigned to students. The Printable PDF version can be downloaded and printed for completion by hand.
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About the Worksheet

The "Sunny's Toy Bin" worksheet is a fun and engaging way for young learners to practice counting and data analysis skills. This interactive and printable resource features colorful illustrations of toys such as dinosaurs, dolls, and baseball cards. Children are tasked with counting the number of each toy type and recording the data in a chart.

Through this hands-on activity, students will develop important mathematical skills while also exercising their critical thinking abilities. The worksheet encourages them to analyze the collected data and answer questions related to identifying the most and least common toy types, as well as calculating the total number of toys.

What will your child learn through this worksheet?

This interactive and printable worksheet, is designed to help children learn and reinforce the following skills:

  • Counting objects accurately
  • Organizing and recording data in a chart
  • Analyzing and interpreting data
  • Identifying patterns and making comparisons
  • Problem-solving and critical thinking

Learning Outcomes

Cognitive Objectives:

  • Students will be able to count and record the number of toys accurately.
  • Students will be able to identify the toy type with the highest and lowest quantities.
  • Students will be able to calculate the total number of toys.

Psychomotor Objectives:

  • Students will develop fine motor skills by marking and writing on the worksheet.
  • Students will practice hand-eye coordination while counting and recording data.

Affective Objectives:

  • Students will develop a positive attitude towards mathematics and data analysis.
  • Students will gain confidence in their ability to solve problems and analyze data.

Interpersonal/Social Objectives:

  • Students can collaborate with peers or family members to complete the worksheet.
  • Students can discuss their findings and strategies with others.


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Publisher: Workybooks
Written by:Jacqueline Juliano
Illustrated by: Aiden Khuiphum

Common core standards covered

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.

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