# Mean, Median, and Mode – Worksheets

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## Mean – Level 1

This two page worksheet introduces mean. The first page uses a more visual concept to
explain what the mean or average is. The second page uses the basic expression of adding and then dividing.

Key concept: The mean is a number that best describes a set of data (numbers).

## Median, Mode, and RangeLevel 1

This one page worksheet covers median, mode, and range. It only shows students how to find the answers
not what they truly represent.

Helpful idea: Relate median to middle, and mode to
most. It usually helps students remember what they mean.

## Mean, Median, Mode, and RangeLevel 2

This three page worksheet covers mean, median, mode, and range. It includes more difficult
problems for the median and mode, and introduces the best time to use each measure of central tendency.

Student misunderstanding: Make sure students start understanding when it is appropriate to use the
mean, median, and mode. This is especially important when an outlier is present.

## Mean, Median, Mode, RangeLevel 2

This one page HOLIDAY art worksheet reviews mean, median, mode, and range. Students answer the problems,
and then find and color the turkey that matches each answer.

Key concept: Students should know what each term means and how to find the solution.

## Mean, Median, Mode, Range PuzzlesLevel 2

These one page puzzles help students practice mean, median, mode, and range. Students need to calculate the missing cards based on
the given clues.

Helpful idea: Cut the worksheets and use them as class warm ups, or have students work in groups and race to determine the missing cards.

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## Answer, Find, and Shade (2 in 1)Mean, Median, Mode, and RangeLevel 2

This one-page art worksheet has two pictures hidden inside. Students will need to find the mean, median, mode, and range for each set. They must answer all the
questions but get to choose to only shade in the odd numbered or even numbered problems to get one of the two different pictures.

## Test Review Word Problems Average, Proportions, and Unit Rate

This free one page worksheet is designed to help students prepare for multiple choice test questions. It covers average, proportions, and unit
rate. It is designed for students in grade 5 or year 6, but can be used for any students studying these topics.

Key concept: Students need to prepare for multiple choice problems and learn to make logical guesses.

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