# Practice Line Plots with Given Information - Lesson for Grade 2, Chapter - Keeping Track of Data

In the "Practice Line Plots with Given Information" lesson, aimed at Grade 2 students and nestled within the "Foundations and Applications in Measuring, Time and Data" unit, young learners embark on a fascinating journey through the world of data visualization and interpretation. This lesson, a vital piece of the "Keeping Track of Data" chapter, is designed to equip students with the foundational skills needed to read and construct line plots, a crucial type of graph used to display frequency of data along a number line.

Throughout a series of engaging activities, including Reading a Line Plot, and completing various themed worksheets such as Line Plot Worksheet, Pencil Math: Line Plots Worksheet, Farm Math: Line Plots Worksheet, and Dog Math: Line Plots Worksheet, students will learn how to organize and represent data in a clear, concise manner. Through these exercises, they will understand the importance of accurately keeping track of information, whether it's the length of pencils or the weight of farm produce, enhancing their analytical skills and fostering a deeper understanding of the real-world applications of mathematics.

Estimated classroom time: 16 min
Chapter: Keeping Track of Data
Unit: Foundations and Applications in Measuring, Time and Data
Click on any activity below to start learning.
1st
4:00 min
video
2nd
3:00 min
Line Plot Worksheet
worksheet
3rd
3:00 min
Pencil Math: Line Plots Worksheet
worksheet
4th
3:00 min
Farm Math: Line Plots Worksheet
worksheet
5th
3:00 min
Dog Math: Line Plots Worksheet
worksheet
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• ### Activity 2 / Line Plot Worksheet

Your child will be delighted to help Santa measure the length of all his presents using this line plot worksheet for 2nd grade!
Building basic math skills include learning to read a basic graph to analyze data. Line plots are a great way to build graphing skills, and this worksheet will also serve to build your child’s skills in measurement!

• ### Activity 3 / Pencil Math: Line Plots Worksheet

Your kids will meet Tom in this worksheet, and help him figure out the lengths of his colored pencils. Tom has written the lengths of his pencils in centimeters. Help your child use the line plot to answer the questions in the worksheet below. Help them check the correct answers for each question. Some of the questions your kids will need to answer involve the number of pencils that are a certain length. Using the line plot, they should be able to easily find the answers.

• ### Activity 4 / Farm Math: Line Plots Worksheet

In this line plots worksheet, your students are introduced to Ann. Ann brought some cucumbers from a farm. She measured their length. And, she drew a line plot to help your students figure out some of the answers to the questions. Use the line plot to answer the True or False questions. Ask your students to check only the True statements. The questions that your studntes will need to answer include questions on the number of cucumbers Anne brought from the farm, and the length of the cucumbers.

• ### Activity 5 / Dog Math: Line Plots Worksheet

How much do your kids love dogs? If you already have some furry friends as a part of your family, your little kids might be much more excited to complete this worksheet. In the exercise, we are told that 23 people measured the heights of their dogs. What your child must do is use the given line plot to help them answer the True or False questions also given in the exercise. Help your kids check the statements that are True.