Collect, sort, and organize data
Videos to help Grade 1 students learn how to collect, sort, and organize data, then ask and answer questions about the number of data points.
Common Core Grade 1, Module 3, Topic D: Data Interpretation
Common Core Standards: 1.OA.1, 1.MD.2, 1.MD.4
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Common Core For Grade 1
New York State Common Core Math Grade 1, Module 3, Lesson 10, Lesson 11
Lesson 10, Lesson 11 Concept Development and Homework
1. Look at the picture below. How much shorter is Trophy A than Trophy B?
Students were asked about their favorite ice cream flavor. Use the data below to
answer the questions.
1. Write the number of students that liked each flavor in the Votes column.
2. How many students chose cookie dough as the flavor they like best?
3. What is the total number of students who like chocolate or strawberry
4. Which flavor is the least favorite?
5. What is the total number of students who like cookie dough or chocolate the best?
Students voted on what they like to read the most. Organize the data using tally
marks and then answer the questions.
Welcome to Data Day! Follow the directions to collect, organize, ask, and answer
questions about data.
1. Choose a question. Circle your choice.
2. Pick 3 answer choices.
3. Ask your classmates the question and record the data on a class list.
4. Organize the data in the chart below.
Collect information about things you own. Then, organize your data like you did for the
Problem Set and answer the questions.