1st Grade Data Handling

Will will learn the basic concepts of data handling.


It is Nancy’s birthday! Her friends have brought many gifts for her.  

Data Handling

Count and circle the correct number to help Nancy sort her toys.

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6

9

7

3

1

9

4

4

8

6

4

2

3

1

3

7

9

8

3

6

5

7

3

4

5

6

4

7

Worksheet on Data Handling:

I. The teacher asks Ron to find out the favourite snacks of his friends. Ron notes the details in his notebook. Look at the following table and answer the questions: 

Data Handling

1. How many friends like popcorn?

2. How many friends like sandwich?

3. How many more friends like popcorn then a sandwich?

4. Which snack is liked by 5 of his friends?


II. Ken is interested to find out the types of vehicles parked in his colony. He collects the information in a sheet. Now look at the table below and answer the question.

Types of Vehicles

1. Which vehicle is the least in number?

2. Which vehicle is the most in number?


III. Shelly is happy to see many flowers in the garden. She counts and notes down each type of flowers in her notebook. Study the following information and answer the questions.

Flower Garden Data
Flower Garden

1. Which flower is the least in number?

2. Which flower is the most in number?

3. How many flowers are white?

4. How many types of flowers are there in the garden?


IV.

Jungle Data


Complete the following table and answer the questions:

Animals Data

1. How many lions are there in the jungle?

2. Are there more crocodiles or turtles?

3. Which animal is the least in number?

4. Which animal is the most in number?


V. Look at the picture and answer the questions:

Shapes Data

(i) Name the shape that is the most in number.

(ii) Name the shape that is the least in number.

(iii) Name the shape that has no sides.

(iv) How many  are there in the picture?


VI. Write the names of all the weekdays and find the most repeated letter in all the names.

____________________

Monday

____________________

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____________________

____________________

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____________________

____________________

____________________

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VII. Pat and his friends are flying kites. See the picture and complete the details in the table. Answer the following question.

Flying Kites
Flying Kites Data Table

(i) Which color kites are the most in number?

(ii) Which color kites are the least in number?

(iii) Find the number of green kites.

(iv) How many kites are there altogether?


VIII. Priyanka Madam took her class out for a field trip. After some time, the teacher asked, "How many of you are feeling tired?" Some students raised their hands to show that they were tired. To be sure, the teacher gave a list of the students to Nairitee. She asked her to go to each student and ask if the student was tired, and then write yes or no against his or her name.

S.No.

          Name of the Child

Tired

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

16.

17.

18.

19.

20.

      James Smith

      Sarah Jones

      Michael Smith

      Mary Williams

      Robert Smith

      Maria Garcia

      Elizabeth Taylor

      David Smith

      Ann Davis

      Maria Rodriguez

      Margaret Brown

      Martha Jones

      Mary Smith

      Maria Hernandez

      Eliza Wilson

      Maria Martinez

      Catherine Johnson

      Nancy Wilson

      Jane Taylor

      Sarah Johnson

Yes

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

No

No

No

Yes

Yes

No

No

No

Yes

Yes

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

No


Look at this list and complete this information.

Number of Students

Tried

Number of Students

Not Tried

Total


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IX. Look at the Car Parking and fill in the blanks.

Data Handling - Car Parking

(i) Number of cars parked.

(ii) Number of yellow cars.

(iii) Number of blue cars.

(iv) Number of red cars.

(v) Number of cars of the other colours.

_____

_____

_____

_____

_____


Answer:

IX. (i) 12

(ii) 4

(iii) 2

(iv) 4

(v) 2


X. Look at the fruit basket and write correct number in the blanks.

Data Handling - Fruit Basket

(i) Number of fruits you see.

(ii) Number of kiwis you see.

(iii) Number of bananas.

(iv) Number of mango.

(iv) Number of other fruits.

_____

_____

_____

_____

Answer:

X. (i) 13

(ii) 2

(iii) 3

(iv) 1

(v) 7


XI. Let us compare number of family members.

Ask your 10 friends in the class about the number of members in their families. Then complete the following table.

Number of Family Members

2

3

4

More than 4

Total number of friends

Number of Friends

_______________

_______________

_______________

_______________

_______________


XII. By measuring the size of the teacher's table compare the size of your hand span with that of your classmates.

Name

Size of the table (in hand spans)

Your name

Friend 1

Friend 2

Friend 3

Friend 4

Friend 5

Friend 6

Friend 7

........

........

........

........

_____

_____

_____

_____

_____

_____

_____

_____

_____

_____

_____

_____

If the hand span is small, more number of hand spans will measure the table.

If the hand span is longer, fewer number of hand spans will measure the table.

Now answer the following questions.

(i) Whose hand span is smallest?

(ii) whose hand span is longest?

(iii) Size of the hand span of how many friends is same?

(iv) Why the size differs?


XII. Go to the nearby Garden with your friends.

This garden has many plants. There are rose plant, tulip plant, sunflower plant and many more. Come back and write this information in the boxes given here.

You and your friends go round the garden and each one of you count one type of plant. You look for rose plants, John count tulip plants,  Robert may count sunflower plants and so on.


Come back and write this information in the boxes given here.

Name of the Plant

Rose

Tulip

Sunflower

__________

__________

__________

__________

__________

Number of Plants

_____

_____

_____

_____

_____

_____

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