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Tally Charts

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A tally chart is a simple and effective tool for recording and organizing data. It’s particularly useful for young learners, like second graders, and for situations where you need to quickly track large quantities.

- A tally chart typically has two columns:

Categories: This column lists the different types of data you’re recording (e.g., favorite colors, types of pets, book genres).

Tally Marks: This column uses marks to represent the frequency of each category. - Using Tally Marks:

Each individual mark (|) represents one item.

Groups of five marks are crossed through with a diagonal line (/) to form a “bundle” representing five items.

This system makes counting easier and avoids having too many individual marks. - Use tally charts to compare data between different categories. For example, students can count the number of boys and girls in the class and make a tally chart to compare the numbers. Practice adding up the tally marks in each category to find the total amount.

Have a look at this video if you need to learn how to count with Tally Marks and Tally Charts.

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