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Counting and Sorting Data: How You Travel to School

In this worksheet, students interpret data on how they travel to school. Then they answer questions.

'Counting and Sorting Data: How You Travel to School' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Statistics

Curriculum subtopic:   Counting and Sorting Data

Difficulty level:  

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Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Here is a block graph, showing how a class of pupils travel to school in the morning.

One block represents one pupil.

 

 

The Bike column is 3 blocks high.

This means that 3 pupils travelled to school by bike.

Use the block graph to answer the question.

How many pupils travelled to school by car? (Just write the number)

 

Use the block graph to answer the question.

How many pupils travelled to school on a bus? (Just write the number)

 

Use the block graph to answer the question.

How many pupils walked to school? (Just write the number)

 

Use the block graph to answer the question.

How many pupils travelled to school by taxi? (Just write the number)

 

Use the block graph to answer the question.

How many pupils are in the whole class? (Just write the number)

 

Use the block graph to answer the question.

How many pupils went to school by car? (Just write the number)

 

Use the block graph to answer the question.

How many pupils went to school by bus? (Just write the number)

 

Use the block graph to answer the question.

How many pupils cycled to school? (Just write the number)

 

Use the block graph to complete the sentence.

Most pupils ____________________.

 

came by car

walked

got a taxi

Use the block graph to answer the question.

True or False?  More children came by taxi than by bus.

 

True

False

  • Question 1

Use the block graph to answer the question.

How many pupils travelled to school by car? (Just write the number)

 

CORRECT ANSWER
6
six
  • Question 2

Use the block graph to answer the question.

How many pupils travelled to school on a bus? (Just write the number)

 

CORRECT ANSWER
4
four
  • Question 3

Use the block graph to answer the question.

How many pupils walked to school? (Just write the number)

 

CORRECT ANSWER
3
three
  • Question 4

Use the block graph to answer the question.

How many pupils travelled to school by taxi? (Just write the number)

 

CORRECT ANSWER
7
seven
  • Question 5

Use the block graph to answer the question.

How many pupils are in the whole class? (Just write the number)

 

CORRECT ANSWER
23
twenty three
  • Question 6

Use the block graph to answer the question.

How many pupils went to school by car? (Just write the number)

 

CORRECT ANSWER
4
four
  • Question 7

Use the block graph to answer the question.

How many pupils went to school by bus? (Just write the number)

 

CORRECT ANSWER
5
five
  • Question 8

Use the block graph to answer the question.

How many pupils cycled to school? (Just write the number)

 

CORRECT ANSWER
3
three
  • Question 9

Use the block graph to complete the sentence.

Most pupils ____________________.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
walked
  • Question 10

Use the block graph to answer the question.

True or False?  More children came by taxi than by bus.

 

CORRECT ANSWER
False
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