Linear Equations and Scatter Plot Graphing from Tales of a Traveling Teacher on TeachersNotebook.com - (4 pages) - These are four activity guides that I developed to help my students practice linear equations.
Scatter Plot- In this interactive from Annenberg Learner’s Learning Math, students examine the relationship between arm span and height using data displayed in a scatter plot. In the accompanying classroom activity, students learn how to plot bivariate data on a scatter plot.
Using measurements generated by your students to build scatter plots, stem & leaf plots, and histograms is a terrific way to bring data to life. With more than a dozen activities and extensions, this is a resource that keeps on giving - from the initial measurements of height, wingspans, and footprints, to the final student observations and discussions. These activities work well for
Scatter Plot & Line of Best Fit/Trend Line Mini-Practice
This is a mini lesson on scatter plots. It starts with a giving the students a table and having them graph the data onto a scatter plot. They then find the trend line or the line of best fit and have to answer questions. This is a wonderful homework assignment with not too many questions. It also could serve as a station or in-class assignment.
Scatter Plots and Line of Best Fit (Interpreting Data) Task Cards with or without QR Codes!Get your students involved with practicing Interpreting Data with Scatter Plots and Line of Best Fit! Task cards include multiple choice problems and constructed response.
Scatter Plot Graph Partner Game "3 in a Row!" TEKS 5.9B and 5.9C
Practice your knowledge of Scatter Plots by using this partner game! This game is amazing and is so easy to put into a station or to have students complete during whole group or enrichment! The game comes with 6 different scatter plot graphs and 6 questions for each graph, which is 36 questions!
Scatter Plot and Line of Best Fit Task Cards is an engaging activity for students to practice in a variety of ways. These task cards can be used as a game, a center or station, a whole class activity, independent work, or partner practice for concepts related to scatter plots and line of best fit. Includes: 24 self-checking task cards, Student record sheet, Answer Key. 8.SP.A.1