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Topics/terms covered in this activity include: outcomes, favorable outcomes, probability, the Scientific Method, hypothesis, variable, controls, data, data analysis, hidden variables, and graphing. This activity incorporates math and science skills into one fun, hands-on experiment. All you need ar
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This dice clipart contains 12 colored dice and 6 black and white dice. Each die is rotated at different angles and positions to appear they are being rolled in the air. There are six colors, two dice in each color: green, orange, yellow, purple, red and teal. - 1 green die showing numbers 4,5,
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Leprechaun/St. Patty's Day themed probability dice game for all ages. Addition and Probability are the focus. This can be a great math center game or a quick 10 minute "math" filler that is sure to engage your students! This file contains instructions, cutout manipulative coins, and a 4 round game
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This dice clip art contains 12 colored dice and 6 black and white numbered dice. Each die is rotated at different angles and positions to appear they are being rolled in the air. There are six colors, two dice in each color: green, orange, yellow, purple, red and teal. What you get - 1 green
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Dice Probability Math Games are file folder games that students can play with a partner. Students use the sum of dice rolls to move markers towards the end of the row. Students can discover what numbers are most likely to win the game. The teacher can mix number die with dot die to change the lev
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Do your students need to practice with probability? Make it fun with a ready-to-use hands-on game! ================================================ *THIS PRODUCT INCLUDES: Teacher Directions Student Directions Printable Dice/Counters (or use your own) Activity Sheets Answer Key *Includes Color
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During this hands-on activity, students will identify the possible outcomes of rolling two dice, make predictions based on those outcomes, perform an experiment by rolling two dice, and then answer mathematical questions about their data. Throughout the experiment, they will record answers as fract
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This can be used as an individual worksheet, a partner paper or as a workstation. Works with theoretical probability and sample spaces.
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Students will learn about probability using dice. Students will learn to predict likely outcomes based on probability.
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Students will be able to conduct an experiment and compare their experimental probability to the theoretical probability. My students love this activity and I'm sure yours will too!
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Students first figure out the theoretical probabilities of rolling different combinations of rolls (two even numbers, at least one 3, a 2 or a 5, etc). Then, the students actually conduct the experiment, actually roll the dice, and figure out their experimental probabilities. Finally, the students
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This simple activity allows students to predict and then record the probability of rolling a 6-sided die 60 times. Student tally and make a line plot of the data. Each student needs the recording sheet, a die, and a pencil. It would be a great addition to a Probability page in an interactive math
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With one die (I like foam in my classroom!), students record 32 die rolls in a tally format. Great for after a quiz/test and starting to explore a probability unit and also to put something in your active students' hands! Questions are included for students to think about what they thought would h
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Simple Bingo game where students can use a bingo game as an experiment to discover which values are the highest probability in either the sum of 2 dice or the difference of 2 dice. Students fill in the sheets with values they think will come up. They get to fill in one square per round if the have
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In this activity students will roll 2 dice and record the sum of those two dice in the corresponding box. Whichever column fills up first is the 'winner'. Before starting, they will predict which number will be rolled the most. The purpose of this activity is for students to understand that all comb
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Using a dice and a partner, find the actual probability and theoretical probability.
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Dice Probability Activity Sheet
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A visual for card and dice probable situations.
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Dice Probability Activity - Experimental and Theoretical Probability
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Math centers are crucial to a guided math or math workshop classroom model! Effective centers keep students engaged and learning while the teacher works with small groups or in one on one instruction. This bundle is comprised of three of my top-selling math products and a newer product that is perf
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Graph through the year with this set of monthly graphs that will carry your class from August to June. Reinforce the standards and key concepts throughout the school year by providing students a variety of tallying, sorting, and graphing activities with varying levels of difficulty. Each month inc
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100th Day of School *UPDATED AND REVISED FILE* New pictures added! If you have already purchased my 100th Day Fun For Everyone unit, please go to your my purchases page and download the file again. Check the preview to see sample pages of what is included in this unit. Looking for some activit
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Thank you for your interest in Dice Games! Dice games are a fun way to take the monotony out of practicing and perfecting basic computation skills. Students enjoy the hands on aspect of rolling the die and the independence of creating their own computation problem. These games make great centers, ea
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Theoretical Probability Interactive Notebook Pages and Activities CCSS: 7.SP.C.5 Included in this product: Theoretical Probability Guided Notes Mini Book Dice Probability Practice (2 per page) Spinner Probability Practice (2 per page) Create Your Own Spinner Probability Practice (2 per page) Theo
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Do you need a fun way for students to practice probability with minimal prep? The Probability Scavenger Hunt Game gets students up and moving around while practicing math. In this game, students use the answer to one problem to find another problem hanging around the classroom. Students will complet
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Experimental Probability Interactive Notebook Pages and Activities CCSS: 7.SP.C.5 Included in this product: Experimental Probability Guided Notes Mini Book Dice Probability Practice (2 per page) Coin Toss Probability Practice (2 per page) Create Your Own Spinner Probability Mini Book Create Your
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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 toss
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Print and GO! 3 Math Activities! Three Probability games and a Probability Task for your Math Center! Games involve logical thinking, adding, understanding and assessing probability. Amazing improvement in students' ability to quickly add or multiply the total of the dice. Encourage them discuss
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This print and go packet includes 15 worksheets with 2 levels for easy differentiation.This packet works on subitizing, expanded notation, addition, subtraction, greater than and less than, sequencing, probability, and writing number words. This packet includes the following worksheets: Matching di
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Dice roll to see all possible outcomes of rolling a pair of dice. Probability of a single roll of the pair or roll the dice twice. Powerpoint created by A. Nicastro.
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Students use probability to help develop a strategy to win this Roller Derby game. They place 12 markers in columns marked 1-12 however they like. They roll 2 dice and find the sum of the dice. They then take the marker from that column. First one to have an empty board wins! Let students play
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This is a fun and interactive Jeopardy game I created with Smart Notebook to use as a review tool for probability with fractions with my students. There are 25 questions, with the difficulty of questions increasing with the higher point questions. Questions include rolling dice probability, spinne
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This activity is meant to give students practice with the draw it out strategy for probability. Students often confuse problems involving numbered cards, spinners or dice in probability problems and this gives them a strategy to help them visualize the part to whole concept.
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This is a tabletop superhero role-playing game (RPG) that took me over a year to create. It features 14 original superheroes, 18 original super-villains, as well as a system for creating your very own superheroes and super-villains! My goal was to create this game so it would be fun enough to play
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An introductory probability lesson covering the following topics: -what is probability? -probability with spinners -probability with coins -probability with dice -probability with cards -probability of multiple events
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An introductory keynote presentation covering the following topics: -what is probability -probability with a spinner -probability with coins -probability with dice -probability with cards -probability of multiple events -link to a video
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This resource can help make teaching probability easier and makes a great probability introduction. Students learn and practice probability vocabulary (certain, impossible, likely, unlikely, and equally likely). Then, students apply the probability vocabulary in a hands on way using dice, coins, a
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This packet includes several hands-on activities to use when introducing and teaching probability. There are also colorful posters for you to use to teach key terms! This download includes: -5 Colorful Posters (Certain, possible, impossible, likely, unlikely) -"I Spy" Probability activity with 8 s
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Further major updates to this pack: 2nd Sept. 2017 ✓ Now added 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 re
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Theoretical and Experimental Probability gets a 21st Century Math Project facelift in this interactive game. Tired of flipping coins and spinning spinners? Students play the role of team managers and with only player statistics they must build a team capable of winning the championship. Students w
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Get this as part of a bundle: Probability & Expected Value -- Pre-Algebra Curriculum Bundle -- All You Need

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Probability: This bundle of resources focuses on mathematical probabilities. It includes: - a 40-slide interactive PowerPoint - a craftivity - 2 worksheets - 3 vocabulary posters - an interactive notebook entry Through using the resources in this bundle, students will learn the definitions of th
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The Grade 3: Probability Activity Packet is designed to meet the expectations outlined in the Ontario Mathematics curriculum in terms of probability. This packet reviews with students what some terms are to describe the likelihood of an event occurring, and has students complete various experiments
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These probability worksheets, activities, posters, task cards, match game, and test are for second grade. Some activities can be used in first and third grade as well. Contents: Word Wall Word Cards (3 pages) Probability Posters (4 pages) What Are the Chances? Probability Drawings Most Likely and
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CHANCE AND PROBABILITY BUNDLE Major updates to this pack: 4th Sept. 2017 ✓ Now added 125 animated editable slide presentation to present prior to using print-n-go sheets and task cards to familiarize students with nature of questions (British English file included). **Teacher's guided notes to comp
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The "Grade 4: Probability” activity packet is aligned with the Ontario Mathematic expectations. The specific expectations this packet addresses for your reference are as follows: - Predict the frequency of an outcome in a simple probability experiment, explaining their reasoning; conduct the experim
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The "Grade 5: Probability” activity packet is aligned with the Ontario Mathematic expectations. The specific expectations this packet addresses for your reference are as follows: - Determine and represent all the possible outcomes in a simple probability experiment using systematic lists and area mo
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Three fun station activities for learning about theoretical and experimental probability and the Law of Large Numbers. 1) Spinning a spinner 2) Playing "Rock, Paper, Scissors" 3) Rolling a pair of dice This resource includes: - a printable overview of probability vocabulary and notation - pre- and
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Teaching Probability in French? This unit has it all! With 7 games, as well as several printable pages, students will enjoy these fun activities. This package focuses on the following vocabulary: juste, pas juste, impossible, possible, certain, probable, improbable, moins probable, également proba
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These 16 probability task cards require students to consider whether an event is possible or not, and then defend their answer on the recording sheet. These task cards cover a variety of probability concepts, including probability with dice, coins, and spinners. These task cards are included in
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*Updated 16/1/2013* This very engaging, colourful and multilevel probability unit is waiting for you to just print, laminate and you're ready to roll! All activities are able to be used as worksheets instead of Math Centre activities and vice versa! Easy to read instructions and answer keys prov
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This 51 page probability and graphing mini-unit is filled with probability vocabulary and graphing activities. It is intended to be used over a two week time span. This unit was created for a first grade class but, it could also be used in kindergarten or for review in second grade. This mini unit i
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In this activity, students practice finding relative frequency (experimental probability) and theoretical probability using different types of manipulatives.** Students record data and answer questions after doing the following: Station 1: Spinning a spinner and flipping a coin Station 2: Spinni
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