Revising Tally Charts with Quizzes
(Mind Blowing and Fun KS1 Tally Chart quizzes for children that are preparing to go in for the end of year exams or want to boast their knowledge in school.)
Hi. You are highly welcome to gcequiz.com, an online revision platform that will ease your studies and also ease your preparations for the KS1 SAT exams by providing you with quizzes for you to play and have fun while learning. Today we will be talking about the Tally Chart, what it is and some examples of the tally chart for ks1 Mathematics.
A tally chart is just a table that is used for counting and the comparison of the numbers of different groups of a data set. These charts are used to group or collect data very fast and very efficiently since filling the chart with marks is faster than writing in words. These marks are called ‘hashes’ or ‘tally marks’ which are organized in groups of fives.
Tally charts are similar to carroll diagrams and venn diagrams in the sense that they are all used to sort out data diagrammatically.
A common example of a tally chart is counting of the number of children who have red dresses and those that have pink dresses. With this, the child has to draw a table with three columns and three rows and the heading will be ‘Colour of Dress’, ‘Tally’ and ‘Frequency’ then the child can then proceed to feeling the remaining space and counting the tally.
Gcequiz.com has put together a good number of quizzes to ease your studies and preparation for your end of year exams (KS1 SATs). These quizzes are straightforward and relatively easy to answer. Also, they have been set in such a way that they meet up with the KS1 Mathematics National Curriculum. The quizzes are free so can be accessed anywhere and at any time of the day.
Select a quiz, Play, Learn and Enjoy!!
What is T1?
The value of T2 is?
T4 is given as
What is the number A?
What is D?
Total E is
What is F?
The total G is?
Tally 1 is given by
Tally 2 is
Tally 3 is