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Students will practice their probability skills while playing this fun game. This game includes a game board and 40 different probability scenario cards. Use this game while teaching your unit for a hands on learning approach. This game gives students time to work on their probability skills. Use th
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Game of Chance: "Probability Game with a 4 sided Die"Applying Math, Science and Technology in everyday life!What’s in this booklet?Teacher’s information booklet: 2 x 60 minutes Lesson plan and suggested questions and answers for group discussions.Materials, Procedures and Suggested Marking Scheme.Co
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Game of Chance! Probability Game on a 10-Sided Die or with 10 different pattern blocksApplying Math, Science and Technology in everyday life!STEAM: Science Technology Engineering Art MathWhat’s in this booklet?Teacher’s information booklet: 2 x 90 minutes Lesson plan and suggested questions and answ
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KEY FEATURES OF THIS PACK✅ 125 animated editable slide presentation to present prior to using print-n-go sheets to familiarize students with nature of questions (British English file included).**Teacher's guided notes to complement the Power Point presentation included. ✅ 32 Cornell-style note-takin
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The chance and probability sort game is a fun way that students read and discuss whether something is: likely or unlikely possible or impossible certain or uncertain Students can sort the 32 cards into the most appropriate group. Posters with definitions included. These cards can be used in sma
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This is a fun little probability math game for grades 6 and 7. It can be used as a stand alone game, as a math center, and is also a go-to option when you have a guest teacher in. Students use what they know about probability and chance to win this dice game. You can also allow students the opport
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This is one of my favorite math games to play with my 5th graders! I have also experienced it with 4th and 6th graders, and they eat it up as well! I use it each year to introduce probability. The game is designed to allow players to discover probability within the game and then use it to improve th
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Create and solve problems, using the numerical definition of probability as favourable outcomes divided by possible outcomes.The Chance You Take Game helps students compare and contrast experimental and theoretical probability. Any of the six numbers is equally likely to occur when the die is tossed
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This is Adapted from Dan Brutlag. : “Skunk” in the April 1994 issue of Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, Vol. 1 No. 1, pages 28-33. It includes a scaffolded reflection page which includes a chart to create a sample space. My students absolutely love this game, and I refer to it throughout
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The Triplet Game gives kids a chance to match the value on cards to the value they roll on a die. When two players play against each other, it's a fast-paced race to see which player will roll the dice to match the cards the most quickly. Along the way there's a lot of exploration you can do about p
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My students LOVE this lesson every year!!! This unit enables the student to utilize higher level thinking throughout several activities and in the culminating activity at the end. It is aligned with common core standards and thinking. It allows the students to explore the concepts of probability, ap
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​12 Probability Games and Activities Looking for cool probability activities and probability games for kids?​ Probability is an area of mathematics that often doesn't get its fair share of attention in elementary & middle school classrooms.​ The following activities introduce a variety of proba
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PIRATE THE GAME Introduction ‘PIRATE’ is based on the classroom classic ‘SKUNK’ and the game ‘PIG’. PIRATE is played with gold doubloons and silver pieces of eight, in addition to points. Play ‘PIRATE The Game’ as a stand-alone game or as a feeder game for the ‘Pirate’s Chance’ game. Roll the dic
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Use this activity to reinforce probabilities with your students! In this project, students will analyze a game that has an aspect of chance - Deal or No Deal, Twister, Yahtzee, Monopoly - and calculate probabilities off of that game. They will then create their own game! They will create rules for
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Students play an easy, whole class game, Sprint to the Finish, which provides a basis for them to learn how to determine if a game is fair or unfair using a table to find all outcomes. This resource includes: Lesson Plan Editable PowerPoint to guide discussions and explicitly model conceptsTwo leve
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Students play an easy, whole class game, Heads or Tails, which provides a basis for them to learn how to describe the probability of events using fractions, decimals and percent! This resource includes: Lesson Plan Editable PowerPoint to guide discussions and explicitly model conceptsThree levels o
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Why should Lower Primary have all the fun? Students play a fun dice game called Six Goes BOOM! which provides a basis for them to learn how to describe the probability of events using fractions, decimals and percent! This resource includes: Lesson Plan Editable PowerPoint to guide discussions and e
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Why should Lower Primary have all the fun? Students play a fun dice game called Skittled which provides a basis for them to learn how to describe the probability of events using fractions, decimals and percent! This resource includes: Lesson Plan Editable PowerPoint to guide discussions and explici
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Two games to help your students practise the language of chance and make decisions around the likelihood of events happening.This pack includes:Chance sort with two options for sorting-will happen, might happen, will not happen-certain, likely, unlikely, impossibleChance Board Game with two options
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The Lost Treasure lesson plan (and board game) is based on the PBS classic ‘Remove One”. The game objective is to demonstrate knowledge of math probability while developing winning game strategies. This is accomplished by being the first team to remove all of your pieces of eight or gold doubloons f
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Game of Chance: Cup Toss-Probability Game of ThreeSTEAM: Science Technology Engineering Art MathWhat’s in this booklet?Teacher’s information booklet: 2 x 60 minutes Lesson plan and suggested questions and answers for group discussions.Materials, Procedures and Suggested Marking Scheme.Complete Step
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Year 5 Chance and Probability work sheets. 3 Different activities:Fixing the Game (A card game redesign - from a game where the teacher wins - students work to make new rules so they win)What are the Chances? (A worksheet that is ready for 11 questions, with a spot for the probability fraction and c
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Don't let Halloween get the better of you! Jump on the bandwagon and TRICK your kids into learning with our SPOOKTACULAR Halloween Probability & Chance Spinner Game. Your little goblins with have so much fun creating an eyeball stew, making a tally and graphing their results! We've also included
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LUCK OF THE PIRATES - Place Your BetsLuck of the Pirates is an exciting game that will help students identify prime numbers, composite numbers, factors, and multiples. Pirates (players) test their luck by rolling dice to try to increase their fortune by placing bets. The players will determine the l
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