Video Tutorials on bar graph example, line graph, data
Welcome to our category for video tutorials on bar graph example, line graph, data and more. These tutorials cover data collection and organization topics from kindergarten up to the 7th grade. You can find more of our high-quality videos on various math topics by signing up for a membership account here at KidsMathTV.com.
Kids naturally tend to try and make sense of their surroundings as they grow older and explore more of the world around them. They learn to observe and group related things, as well as define the shared properties of various categories. Part of their math curriculum at school also deals with these concepts – most commonly through data visualizations such as graphs and tables.
We’ve prepared a set of concise math tutorials to help strengthen a kid’s capacity to handle and process data. We take pride in our efficient teaching methods, and these video tutorials on bar graph example, line graph, data and more only take approximately two to five minutes to sit through.
Our narrator discusses the topic of each video in a pleasant and friendly tone – conducive for getting your learners interested in their lessons. We make it a point to use only simple and easily understandable English for the benefit of our younger viewers, as well as ESL students. Visual aids often accompany our video discussions so that we can better illustrate our topics to kids; we typically use educational toys, stickers, stamps, and making use of paper or whiteboards to depict charts.
This page contains several videos meant to introduce the fundamentals of various topics on data. Kids can learn how to read and use tally marks as a simple means to count and store numbers.
This category also includes videos tackling many different kinds of graphs. Our video on picture graphs is a good place to start for kindergarteners and younger learners. Kids in elementary school can study other graph types. They can practice reading and creating bar graphs, line graphs and line plots.
Data can also be presented through illustrations like the Venn diagram – a perfect tool for your students to think about the similarities and differences between two or more objects.
It’s important for children to learn a few rudimentary points about statistics. Kids who have learned arithmetic can be introduced to the measures of central tendency – particularly the mean, median and mode of a set of numbers.
We’ve also included a few sample videos on this page that deal with probability and outcomes to help your learners get up to speed with the vocabulary and mechanics of finding probabilities to different events.
Our worksheets on data graphs are excellent companions to these video lessons. Print and download our sheets from the KidsMathTV.com worksheet category to help your child learn more efficiently.
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Math video tutorials on data and graphs for children to practice
Data and graphs video tutorials for children in kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th grades. Remember these videos are interactive and can be paused and watched anywhere and any time. That is why they are suitable homeschool and classroom learning materials. Print worksheets on data and graphs for more practice.