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This week, we are going to be learning about tally charts and pictograms. The lessons on Monday and Wednesday do not have an accompanying worksheet as these are 'Activity' lessons; you will have activities to complete during the lesson.  There are worksheets to complete for lessons on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.  However, don't worry if you cannot print the worksheet. You can draw your charts or write your answers onto a piece of paper.


This lesson will introduce the use of tallies to create a tally chart.  A tally chart can be used as a systematic method of recording data.

Watch the video, and join in with the activities.  There is no worksheet to complete for this lesson.


Make Tally Charts - Activity Lesson


This lesson continues with making and using tally charts.  Watch the video, and complete the worksheet when you are told to do so.


Make Tally Charts


Today's lesson, will show you how to draw pictograms.  This is an activity lesson, so there is not a worksheet to complete, today.  Instead, join in with the activities during the video. 

Draw Pictograms - Activity Lesson


Today, you are going to continue with drawing pictograms.  

Watch the video, and complete the worksheet when you are told to do so.


Draw Pictograms (1-1)


We will finish this week with some more pictogram work. 

Watch the video, and complete the worksheet. 

Interpret pictograms (1-1)