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Tally Charts and Tables

This amazing interactive lesson Tally Charts and Tables is designed to teach year 3 learners how to interpret and present data from diagrams and tables using tally charts.



This is an interactive maths lesson on tables, charts and pictograms for year 3 learners.

In this lesson, learners will be able to interpret and present data using tables, bar charts and pictograms.

They will also be able to solve one-step and two-step questions using the information presented.

Teachers can use the lesson for whole-class teaching and learners can also use it at home.
There are lots of drag and drop activities on charts and pictograms as well as instant learner feedback.
The lesson contains 58 interactive pages.

Also included with this lesson is a free printable tally chart worksheet that contains counting tally marks, writing number, classifying pictures, drawing tally marks, paperclip and board activity, reading tally graph and word problems. These pdf worksheets cater to the learning needs of year 2 and year 3 learners.

Based on the White Rose hub Year 3 mastery and greater depth document.

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