Skittle Graphing

We continued practising our maths and graphing skills by counting the contents of a packet of skittles. 

 We worked in pairs to sort the skittles by colour and put the results into a table.  We then drew a graph, using everything we had learned about drawing a graph correctly such as labelling it correctly. 

When we had finished, we got to eat the skittles!  

4 Responses to “Skittle Graphing”


  • Dear p3s Superstars,
    Awesome Skittle graphing, I want to do one of those one day. I wounder how you get those to get so straight and neat. I would want you to post another one like that.
    Sincerely, Natalie

  • Dear p3s Superstars,
    Awesome Skittle graphing, I want to do one of those one day. I wounder how you get those to get so straight and neat. I would want you to post another one like that.

    Sincerely,
    Natalie Techie Kids

  • Dear p3s Superstars

    Wow that looks like a tasty project oops did I say tasty I meant fun. Anyway it looked like you had a great time. And I bet you got all the results you wanted. I know you got to eat them I wonder what it would be like if you didn’t get to eat them. What means the most is that you learned.

    From Jaimie At techie kids

  • Hi Jamie. This is Mrs Stewart, the Superstar’s class teacher. I think they would have been very upset if they had not got to eat them! I don’t even really want to think about it – I am really not that mean!

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