This worksheet shows a picture of some kids who have been arranged in order of height. To the right of the kids is a ruler, and each kid’s height is traced to a measurement on the ruler. What your kids must do is look at the groupings on the bottom right of the page, and check which of the groups of numbers correctly shows the heights of the kids. Help your little ones check the correct answer.
Have you and your kids ever done a family height measurement? How did it go? Did your kids understand and enjoy what was going on? If they are already familiar with how family height measurements work, this worksheet might be easier for them to handle. In the picture, a family has measured their heights. What your kid must do is to look at the line plots and check the line plot that correctly shows the family members’ heights.
Before beginning this exercise, you must first explain to your child what a line plot is. A line plot is a simple and quick way to organize information. For example, if your child was given a task to do, and the task required organizing different objects for easy identification, a line plot would be the most ideal thing to draw up. In this worksheet, your child will help Tom measure the objects in his pencil case in inches. Ask them to check the line plot that correctly shows the length of all the objects.
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