Need to make a bar graph? Use this.
Enter (x, y) data into this application and explore finding the line of best fit.
This application shows seven different data sets as box-and-whisker plots.
Use this application to make your own box and whisker plot.
This site displays geographical data about the Canadian provinces in different forms, including box-and-whisker.
This site displays geographical data about the United States in different forms, including box-and-whisker.
Enter your own data and investigate how the mean and median differ. You can also use this site to create box and whisker plots.
Create a circle graph using your own data, or explore pre-existing data sets.
Create a histogram using your own data, or explore pre-existing data sets.
Working on double bar graphs? Check this out.
This application plots data in a bar graph and shows where the mean, median, and mode lie. It can adjust these averages as more data is added or subtracted.
Here is an application to make a stem and leaf plot.
A quick game to look at biased vs. unbiased polling questions.
Use this simple interactive version of the Monty Hall problem to look at experimental probability.
Here is a virtual coin toss where you can enter the number of flips.
Choose a spinner and look at different experimental probabilities.
This probability application allows you to simulate how a forest fire would spread using different levels of probability.
Create the spinner perfect for your probability needs.
Working on theoretical vs. experimental probability? Use this application to explore the differences between the two.
This choosing marbles application is a little advanced for pre-algebra but nicely demonstrate replacement vs. no replacement as well as order vs. no order.
Here is a simple dice simulator game that allows you to enter which numbers “win”.