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Interpreting Data: Counting Cats

In this worksheet, students read and categorise data about cats.

'Interpreting Data: Counting Cats' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Statistics

Curriculum subtopic:   Totalling and Comparing Data

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

This worksheet is about reading information in a table.

 

Example

Count the number of cats that each person has and write the number in the table below.

 

Emma

 

Martin

 

 

Grita

 

Mick

 

Jordan

 

 

Answer

Emma  =  2
Martin  =  6
Grita  =  3
Mick  = 2
Jordan  = 1

 

 

Write the total number of cats in the table.

 

Answer

2+6+3+2+1 = 14 cats

Tick the names of the children who have THREE cats.

 

Emma

 

Martin

 

Grita

 

Mick

 

Jordan

 

Emma

Martin

Grita

Mick

Jordan

What is the total number of cats in the table?

 

Emma

 

Martin

 

Grita

 

 

Mick

 

Jordan

 

Tick the names of the children who have TWO cats.

 

Emma

 

Martin

 

Grita

 

Mick

 

Jordan

 

Emma

Martin

Grita

Mick

Jordan

What is the total number of cats in the table?

 

Emma

 

Martin

 

Grita

 

Mick

 

Jordan

 

Tick the name of the person who has FOUR cats.

 

Emma

 

Martin

 

Grita

 

Mick

 

Jordan

 

Emma

Martin

Grita

Mick

Jordan

What is the total number of cats in the table?

 

Emma

 

Martin

 

Grita

 

Mick

 

Jordan

 

How many cats does Martin have?

 

Emma

 

Martin

 

Grita

 

Mick

 

Jordan

 

What is the total number of cats in the table?

 

Emma

 

Martin

 

Grita

 

Mick

 

Jordan

 

How many cats does Jordan have?

 

Emma

 

Martin

 

Grita

 

Mick

 

Jordan

 

What is the total number of cats in the table?

 

Emma

 

Martin

 

Grita

 

Mick

 

Jordan

 

  • Question 1

Tick the names of the children who have THREE cats.

 

Emma

 

Martin

 

Grita

 

Mick

 

Jordan

 

CORRECT ANSWER
Emma
Grita
  • Question 2

What is the total number of cats in the table?

 

Emma

 

Martin

 

Grita

 

 

Mick

 

Jordan

 

CORRECT ANSWER
15
fifteen
EDDIE SAYS
3+6+3+2+1 = 15
  • Question 3

Tick the names of the children who have TWO cats.

 

Emma

 

Martin

 

Grita

 

Mick

 

Jordan

 

CORRECT ANSWER
Emma
Mick
Jordan
  • Question 4

What is the total number of cats in the table?

 

Emma

 

Martin

 

Grita

 

Mick

 

Jordan

 

CORRECT ANSWER
14
fourteen
EDDIE SAYS
2+5+3+2+2=14
  • Question 5

Tick the name of the person who has FOUR cats.

 

Emma

 

Martin

 

Grita

 

Mick

 

Jordan

 

CORRECT ANSWER
Martin
  • Question 6

What is the total number of cats in the table?

 

Emma

 

Martin

 

Grita

 

Mick

 

Jordan

 

CORRECT ANSWER
15
fifteen
EDDIE SAYS
5+4+3+2+1=15
  • Question 7

How many cats does Martin have?

 

Emma

 

Martin

 

Grita

 

Mick

 

Jordan

 

CORRECT ANSWER
6
six
  • Question 8

What is the total number of cats in the table?

 

Emma

 

Martin

 

Grita

 

Mick

 

Jordan

 

CORRECT ANSWER
20
twenty
EDDIE SAYS
5+6+4+2+3=20
  • Question 9

How many cats does Jordan have?

 

Emma

 

Martin

 

Grita

 

Mick

 

Jordan

 

CORRECT ANSWER
3
three
  • Question 10

What is the total number of cats in the table?

 

Emma

 

Martin

 

Grita

 

Mick

 

Jordan

 

CORRECT ANSWER
15
fifteen
EDDIE SAYS
4+5+1+2+3=15
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