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Bring your classroom to life with real world data. Select an activity that supplements what you are currently teaching in subjects including English, Math, Geography and History.
Increase the data literacy of your students with resources that display data in fun ways. Choose from monthly Fun Facts, 5-Minute Challenge warm-up activities, maps, videos and more.
Statistics in Schools activities are based on relevant education standards and guidelines that outline the foundational knowledge and skills students should have at certain levels.
Statistics in Schools is a free Census Bureau program that uses the data to create resources for K-12 students in a variety of subjects.

Math Worksheets

Through topics such as family structures, immigration, and the value of education, show students how they can apply math and statistics to make real-life decisions and identify important changes in their community and country. Use the grade-range tabs below to explore math activities. Corresponding teachers' guides are available for each activity.

Grades K-5
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Grades K-5
Changes in My State
Students will learn about their state as they collect and organize business information using State Facts for Students, a U.S. Census Bureau data tool.
Comparing My State
Students will compare data for two states using comparison symbols and both rounded and unrounded (exact) numbers.
How Does Our Class Compare?
Students will collect, organize, and compare data about the number of boys in their classroom who play sports, take lessons, and participate in clubs.
Immigration Nation
Students will examine data of the number of immigrants to the United States, to create bar graphs and line graphs with appropriate scales.
Learning About College Degrees and Lifetime Earnings
Students will analyze and compare census data on the earnings of people with different college majors.
Let's Count!
Students will count items in their classroom, record this information in a data table, and analyze and understand uses for such data.
Looking at Numbers of Births Using a Line Graph
After looking at census data, students will determine the birth years of children who were aged 8 through 11 in 2022.
My Dream Home
Students will analyze and interpret Census Bureau data on housing characteristics in the United States and compare their findings with their classmates.
The Place of My State
Students will use a U.S. Census Bureau data tool called State Facts for Students to analyze the population data of their state.
Using Fractions to Compare Amusement Parks By State
Students will predict how many amusement parks are in their state.
Page Last Revised - July 8, 2022
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