I created this 5 W’s and H Foldable for my Stats class to glue in their statistics interactive notebooks (INBs).

The 5 W’s are a key part of how Bock, Velleman, and De Veaux introduce statistics in Stats Modeling the World. I was inspired to create this 5 W’s and H foldable after seeing one that @druinok created.

The outside of the foldable lists the 5 W’s and H: Who? What? When/Where? Why? How? By Whom? When students are presented with statistical information, it is important that they ask themselves these 6 questions.

On the inside of the foldable, we wrote more about why each question is important to ask.

I also created a booklet foldable to give my students some practice asking themselves the 5 w’s and h questions. These questions were taken from Stats: Modeling the World.

## Free Download of 5 W’s and H Foldable

5 W’s and H Foldable (PDF) (217 downloads)

5 W’s and H Foldable (Editable Publisher File ZIP) (126 downloads)

## Free Download of 5 W’s Practice

5 W’s Practice (PDF) (190 downloads)

5 W’s Practice (Editable Publisher File ZIP) (127 downloads)

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Carol Munro

Thursday 14th of January 2021

Would you be willing to share the answers to the practice? I think I am mixing up the what and how. Thanks for sharing this great resource!

Sarah Carter

Wednesday 26th of May 2021

I'm not sure if I still have an answer key anywhere. It has been several years since I taught this. Sorry!