# Read and Interpret Information in a Table

In this worksheet, students will read and interpret information presented in a table.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Statistics

Curriculum subtopic:   Compare Data Using Charts and Graphs

Difficulty level:

#### Worksheet Overview

In this activity, we're going to be looking at information presented to us in a table.

Here is a table:

Let's see what this table is telling us:

- The title of the table is giving information about how much TV some children watch each day.

- The title tells us that the time is recorded in minutes.

- The column on the left tells us the days.

- The second row tells us the names of the children (Amina and Dylan).

- The numbers tell us the number of minutes the children watched TV for.

Now let's answer a question related to the table.

Example

For how many minutes did Dylan watch TV on Thursday?

First, find the column with Dylan's times.

Now find Thursday.

Find the point where Thursday and Dylan cross (down and across the table)

Dylan watched TV for 40 minutes on Thursday.

Now, it's your turn - good luck!

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