This is my favourite activity for introducing different measures of average. You can do this in a corridor or outside, no special equipment required.
Line up the class in height order
Ask the shortest and tallest students to stand back to back. The difference in height is the range.
Tell the first and last student to make a half turn. Ask the second and second to last student to make a half turn. Repeat until only one or two students are facing forward.
One pupil = median height.
Two pupils = halfway between their heights is the median.
Imagine everyone is the same height. Tell the students to try to be the same height by bending knees or standing on tiptoes. Explain the mean is about sharing out equally.
Ask students to put themselves into groups of the same height. The biggest group is the mode.
This activity links a numerical calculation with a physical activity, which makes it more memorable.