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On-Line Games

These pages contain on-line games for you to do with your students as a guided activity or for your students to complete in small groups or independently.  We surfed the web for hundreds of hours and found ones that link directly to our curriculum.  

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Tally Marks – this game connects identifying tally marks to the numerical value.  This game is like concentration.  Students will click on a card.  The card will display either a numeral or a set of tally marks.  The object of the game is to match the set of tally marks to the numeral.

Data Picks – This site allows students to create a tally chart.  Students will click on a student.  The students will tell them what sport they like the best.  The students will then place a mark in the tally chart.  Continue until all students have indicated their favourite sport. 

Interpreting Data – This site allows students to create a tally chart.  Students will click on a student.  The students will say what their favourite hobby is.  The tally chart is completed automatically.  Students will then need to type in the numeric value that each set of tally marks represent.  If you hit the “reset” button. The students can try the activity again with a new set of data.

Tally Chart – This is an interactive worksheet that you can do with your students on the whiteboard.  You can turn on the tool for a pencil and students can fill in the answers on the worksheet.  The first part of the worksheet has the students looking at a tally chart and answer questions.  The second part of the worksheet has the students create a tally chart based on data.

Tally Chart Lets students collect firsthand data by doing an experiment, and record it on tally charts.


To use Probability, start by selecting the dice. Choose the number of spins - 1, 5, or 10. Click the “Spin” button. A tally chart records the results of each spin. Press the “Clear Tally” button to clear the results and start again. Select the “Make Dice” button and click in the radio buttons to choose the numbers of each face of the dice. Select the “New Dice” button to choose different set amounts on the face of the dice. Students may want to experiment with the spinners. To use the spinners, select one and choose the number of spins. Click the “Spin” button. A tally chart records the results of each spin. Press the “Clear Tally” button to clear the results and start again.


Bar Graph Sorter  - Students practice sorting shapes by shape or colour to create a bar graph and a tally chart.

To use the bar graph sorter, scroll down the list of activities and click on “Bar Graph Sorter” under the Statistics heading, about ¾ of the way down. Click on “Make Own or Random Shape” to make your own set or to generate a random set. Then click on “Shape” or “Colour” under the Sort by heading and click on “Horizontal” or “Vertical” to select the type of graph you wish to use. Click on a shape and drag it to either the corresponding shape or colour on the graph. The chart to the right of the graph generates a Tally Chart as each shape is places in the graph.  

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