Option 2: A simple input website that is easy to use. Children can simply input their data onto the graph and see a visual representation. This would be useful for an activity that the whole class is completing i.e. eye colour of people in our classroom. The only downfall is that it does not allow for students to label axies.
The second site I found that would be beneficial to introduce interpreting data on graphs http://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?f=pictograms. This site uses pictograms and introduces interpretation of data relating to 'how many', 'how many more — than' and 'how many fewer —- than'.
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