Save 10% today on your lessons using the code GIVEME10

Data Management Lesson – Census At School

Use real life data or statistics to make math interesting in the classroom.

When teaching data management I want to ensure my students are using data in a meaningful way and not just using the data sets from our textbook. I found The Census at School Project on the recommendation of several colleagues. 

This website enables teachers to create a class account, students measure themselves (height, foot size, arm span, etc) and enter their data into the website. After the data is entered they can compare themselves with students locally or internationally. 

If you are at a school in Canada use this site: Census at School Canada

If you are at a school in one of the following countries: United Kingdom, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, Korea, Japan, USA, Ireland, use this site: 
Census at School International

Statistics Sources



Paid Math Resources

Math Blog Posts

Related Posts


Leave a Comment

This FREE persuasive writing unit is

By using highly-engaging rants, your students won’t even realize you’ve channeled their daily rants and complaints into high-quality, writing!

FREE persuasive writing unit is