Home on the “range” for elementary mathematicians
Our young mathematicians will be finding the range for a set of data for many years, so it's important for them to have a firm understanding of the process. This colorful wall or easel chart is a perfect reference for elementary data analysis.
One glance helps your kids remember the key steps in finding the range value when organizing and classifying data. As a bonus, it shows classroom visitors what you are working on.
Download the sample to see what you get.
Your finding range resources
- Overview and instructions
- The cut-and-glue kit. Print it out on standard paper, trim it a little and put it together. Laminate it and you'll be able to use it year after year!
The cut-and-glue version can be trimmed to fit a standard flip-chart easel…approximately 27 x 34 inches (68 x 86 cm).
- The bulletin board kit. Print, trim and create a unique and engaging display that will capture students' attention.
- I also include a small version for you to 3-hole punch and put in a notebook. Your students will have access to the information even after you take down the anchor chart. Laminate and use it forever!
Common Core Focus: Math
Organize, represent and interpret data. Develop understanding of statistical variability. Summarize and describe distributions. These standards can apply to grades 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th.