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# Grade 6 Math Centres - Data Literacy Curriculum

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Transform your classroom into a hub of mathematical discovery with these Grade 6 Data Literacy Math Centres, designed specifically to align with the Ontario Math Curriculum. This dynamic resource is packed with engaging, hands-on activities that make learning data literacy concepts both fun and effective.

What's Included:

1. Instructions: FULLY EDITABLE with pictures on how to play the games (4 pages)
2. Labels: label template for organizing the centres (2 pages)
3. Sorting Types of Data: FULLY EDITABLE Google Slide presentation (9 pages)
4. Types of Graphs: FULLY EDITABLE Google Slide presentation (5 pages)
5. Measures of Central Tendency: FULLY EDITABLE Google Slide presentation (8 pages)
6. Case Study: FULLY EDITABLE Google Slide presentation (2 pages)

Why choose this resource

Curriculum-Aligned: Each activity is crafted to meet the Ontario Grade 6 Math expectations, ensuring your students are on the right track.

Collaborative Learning: Foster teamwork and communication skills as students work together to solve problems and complete challenges.

Hands-On Activities: From interactive games to creative problem-solving tasks, students will enjoy a variety of tactile and kinesthetic learning experiences.

Specific Expectations Covered
D1.1 describe the difference between discrete and continuous data, and provide examples of each
D1.3 select from among a variety of graphs, including histograms and broken-line graphs, the type of graph best suited to represent various sets of data; display the data in the graphs with proper sources, titles, and labels, and appropriate scales; and justify their choice of graphs
D1.5 determine the range as a measure of spread and the measures of central tendency for various data sets, and use this information to compare two or more data sets
D1.6 analyse different sets of data presented in various ways, including in histograms and broken-line graphs and in misleading graphs, by asking and answering questions about the data, challenging preconceived notions, and drawing conclusions, then make convincing arguments and informed decisions

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