Today, you will continuing to learn about and use tally charts. For this activity, you will need to find between 10 and 20 items from your house with which to make a tally chart. Some examples are listed below (but these are only examples, you can be as creative as you wish):
-The contents of tins of food in the cupboards (please be careful when opening any cupboards - we do not wish for any tins to be dropped on heads!).
-The colour of your toys (if a toy has more than one colour, choose the colour which covers most of the toy).
-Different items of clothing in your bedroom (e.g 11 t-shirts, 4 pairs of socks, 5 jumpers)
-Different numbers you score when you roll a die 20 times (be sure to keep a record!).
-Different types of weather in the first 20 days of April (you will need a weather report for this).
Create a tally chart in your Home Learning book using this data. If you feel unsure, a blank tally chart is given below along with an example of how to use it. We would then like you to write 5 questions about your tally chart and ask someone at home to answer them. You can mark these and let them know their score. An example is given below along with the answers from yesterday.
If you have any difficulty, refer to your resource pack or contact us for more support. Want more? Check out your challenge!
Your task today is to plan your 5th voice book entry. Your instructions are on the document below. I have provided a word and PDF version. Remember this is just your plan, so key points need to go into the boxes, not your actual writing.
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