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Songs to teach Grade 3 about mean, median, mode and range.

**Mean, Median & Mode Math Song**

Lyrics:

Mean, Median and Mode

How do you find the Mean?

Add all the numbers in the data set, divide the total by the number of items

The answer is the mean or average

Mean, Median and Mode

But how do you find the Median?

Arrange the numbers in order from the lowest to highest values

The middle number is the median for an odd numbers of items

The average of the middle numbers is the median for an even number of items

Mean, Median and Mode

How do you find the Mode?

Just find the number that repeats most often and that number is a Mode

If you find no number that repeats most often then there is No Mode

**Range, Mean, Median and Mode Song**

Range: Biggest - Smallest

Mean: Add then Divide

Mode: Most common

Median: Order the middle

**Measures of Central Tendency Rap**

Mean (Average)

Average is the mean one;

It makes yo go to work.

Add up every penny

Then divide it by how many.

Mode

Mode is the most one;

More then one or none

Median

Median, median, play on a fiddle.

Slash off the sides and I'm right in the middle.

Unless there is two, then you know what to do.

Add them together; divide then by two.

Range

Home, home on the range.

Where subtraction is our favorite game.

You can use the free Mathway calculator and problem solver below to practice Algebra or other math topics. Try the given examples, or type in your own problem and check your answer with the step-by-step explanations.

More Lessons for Grade 3

Math Worksheets

Lyrics:

Mean, Median and Mode

How do you find the Mean?

Add all the numbers in the data set, divide the total by the number of items

The answer is the mean or average

Mean, Median and Mode

But how do you find the Median?

Arrange the numbers in order from the lowest to highest values

The middle number is the median for an odd numbers of items

The average of the middle numbers is the median for an even number of items

Mean, Median and Mode

How do you find the Mode?

Just find the number that repeats most often and that number is a Mode

If you find no number that repeats most often then there is No Mode

Range: Biggest - Smallest

Mean: Add then Divide

Mode: Most common

Median: Order the middle

Mean (Average)

Average is the mean one;

It makes yo go to work.

Add up every penny

Then divide it by how many.

Mode

Mode is the most one;

More then one or none

Median

Median, median, play on a fiddle.

Slash off the sides and I'm right in the middle.

Unless there is two, then you know what to do.

Add them together; divide then by two.

Range

Home, home on the range.

Where subtraction is our favorite game.

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You can use the free Mathway calculator and problem solver below to practice Algebra or other math topics. Try the given examples, or type in your own problem and check your answer with the step-by-step explanations.

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