Learning probability can be fun when you can eat it, too! When you purchase this activity, you will get 4 adorable posters complete with cute clip art and fonts to teach the vocabulary for probability. (Impossible, possible, most likely, and least likely) Your students will pull skittles out of bags, record their findings, and then determine how likely it is to pick certain colors from the bag based on their findings.
My kids loved this! I used it during Mystery Box on Friday. I use candy/treat for math games on Fridays and this was perfect. :)
February 24, 2012
My second graders LOVED this activity!!! So much fun!! Great work!! :)
February 17, 2012
This was so easy for them to get the concept. Skittles made it super fun!
February 2, 2012
I adore this activity! We use Everyday Math at my school. The edition we have uses, "certain," "impossible," and "possible." My only request is that you add a poster that uses, "certain." I tried to make a "certain" poster but of course it doesn't look as fabulous as yours or match the other posters.
January 2, 2012
I homeschool my son and when I ran across this I knew he would love it. We had so much fun doing this activity together! Thanks!
October 20, 2011
Thank you! Cannot wait to use- love the chart and activity.
I am in my 3rd year of teaching, and I love it! I am currently teaching kindergarten, and previously taught first grade for 2 years. I have published one article and have been chosen to help write curriculum for Language Arts in my district.