This is a 20 problem worksheet over identifying the different correlations of a scatter plot. Students choose between positive correlation, negative correlations, and no correlation. I like to put worksheets like this inside those clear sleeves for a quick review.

Students will practice and solve problems using data from a frequency table, dot plot, stem-and-leaf, bar graph, and scatter plot.

There are two scatter plot activities included. First, students walk through and discover the steps to construct, interpret, and model scatter plots given an example with positive correlation. Then, students apply what they discover to gather and organize data, write an equation for a trend line, and draw conclusions about the relationship in a scenario with negative correlation.Students will be able to construct and interpret scatter plots, draw an appropriate trend line and write its…

Students will write equations for the Line of Best Fit and make predictions in this 21 question Scatter Plots Practice Worksheet. There are 9 questions asking for the Slope-Intercept Form Equation of the trend line (line of best fit) given the scatter

Students will write equations for the Line of Best Fit and make predictions in this 21 question Scatter Plots Practice Worksheet. There are 9 questions asking for the Slope-Intercept Form Equation of the trend line (line of best fit) given the scatter

This is a task on scatter plots using the Monopoly game. Students create a scatter plot comparing and graphing the spaces from GO and the cost of .

Task cards give you so many options on engaging ways to practice working with scatter plots and their line of best fit. Perfect for stations, cyclical review, or just an alternative to worksheets. This set is a great addition to any unit on scatter plots and supports CCSS 8.SP.A.1!

Engaging scatter plot graphs activities get students hands-on and comfortable reading and interpreting these graphs. Grab the FREEBIE and check out all 11 scatter plot activities.