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Year 2 Data Handling - Answering Questions
I have 3 red cars, 5 yellow, 6 blue, 2 green and 1 pink. How could I show this information?

Year 2 Data Handling - Answering Questions

This quiz addresses the requirements of the National Curriculum KS1 Maths and Numeracy for children aged 6 and 7 in year 2. Specifically this quiz is aimed at the section dealing with asking and answering questions about totalling categorical data.

When data handling, Year 2 children will learn to read graphs and charts and interpret what they see. This will help them to answer questions, for example, they should recognise that the tallest bar in a bar chart represents the most popular choice, or be able to give a total of two categories by adding the results together.

This quiz will help your child to ask and to answer questions on totalling categorical data.

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Question 1
By remembering what they say
By tallying on the chart
By only asking the girls
By writing a story
He could tally one mark for each child in the month they tell him
Question 2
7
5
4
9
There is a group of 5 and 4 ones tallied next to the cat
Question 3
6
4
9
8
Four horses and two tortoises makes six animals altogether
Question 4
25
27
20
32
The first column of pictures is not counted
Question 5
1
6
4
9
There are 6 sharks and 3 tortoises, this is a total of 9
Question 6
16
12
6
19
There are 16 animals on the chart. If they add 3 more, this would be 19
Question 7
11
12
14
10
One eye represents two children, so half an eye represents one child
Question 8
6
4
12
2
Keys are really important in graphs and charts. Each shape here stands for 2 children
Question 9
20 and 25
3 and 4
5 and 10
15 and 20
Each group represents 5 people
Question 10
Favourite Colours in Our Class
Pets in Our Class
Favourite television programmes
Sports We Do in Year 2
A title is always important as it helps people understand what information you’re showing
Author:  Angela Smith

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