About the Survey:
In this survey, we asked SmartGirls to tell us about their usual or unusual summer vacations. We covered topics like activities, travel, camps, summer school, sports, relationships and much more!
SmartGirls had a lot to say about summer! Approximately 265 of you took this survey. From those 265 SmartGirls, 237 were girls and 14 were boys. It seems like SmartGirls of all ages had something to say about summer vacation. According to Figure A the ages ranged from seven-year-olds to twenty-one-years-old and older! Figure A also shows us that thirteen-year-olds was the largest age group that took this survey. From Figure A can you find which age groups had the least amount of survey-takers?
There are different names for siblings in a family. According to our survey there were 106 SmartGirls that are the oldest children, 39 SmartGirls that are the middle children, and65 SmartGirls that are the youngest children. 31 SmartGirls that took this survey are only children, meaning they don’t have any siblings. Figure B takes these numbers and calculates each category’s percentage displaying them in a pie chart.
SmartGirls all over the world took this survey! There were SmartGirls from the United States, Canada, England, Australia, Ireland, Poland, Sweden, Belgium, France, Philippines, Germany, India, Romania, Brazil, Scotland, New Zealand, Uruguay, Jamaica, Georgia, Indonesia, South Korea, Singapore, Spain, South Africa, Lebanon, Slovakia, France, Vietnam, Venezuela, Oman, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Cayman Islands, Bangladesh and many more. Have you heard of all of those countries? Do you know where they are all located? Check out this link to see –> World Map
From the time of birth to three years, children’s brain known to grow quickly. This makes it very important for early intervention to treat autism disorder at this age. It needs a therapy hence during this age the children have not yet started going to school hence very available for this exercise. Also at this age children have less ingrained habits. This makes it easier to stop this ...
Many SmartGirls also come from different ethnicities and cultural backgrounds, but the majority of those who took this survey come from European backgrounds , followed by African , Latin  and Multiracial , Asian , Native American , Middle Eastern , and finally Pacifica Islander . See Figure C to see all of the different ethnic groups in a pie chart. Can you figure out what racial/ethnic background will have the smallest percentage in the pie chart?