1. Watch this movie = https://jr.brainpop.com/math/data/tallychartsandbargraphs/ 2. Using the labeling tool, students will complete the handout Additional resources 1. https://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/science-fair/data-analysis-graphs#sample 2. https://www.brainpop.com/math/dataanalysis/graphs/ "Really think about what you have discovered and use your data to help you explain why you think certain things happened. Often, you will need to perform calculations on your raw data in order to get the results from which you will generate a conclusion. A spreadsheet program such as Microsoft Excel may be a good way to perform such calculations, and then later the spreadsheet can be used to display the results. Be sure to label the rows and columns—do not forget to include the units of measurement (grams, centimeters, liters, etc.). Graphs are often an excellent way to display your results. In fact, most good science fair projects have at least one graph."