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In this activity students work with a partner to roll a pair of dice (many times) and record the sum of the dice in a data collection sheet. Once the data has been collected the students are walked through the process of calculating the experimental probability for each sum and then the theoretical
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These activities have students interact with playing cards and dice to practice with theoretical and experiment probability. Questions on the worksheet vary in difficulty.
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In this activity, students find the probability of choosing a particular color M&M given the number of M&M's in their pile. They use these probabilities to solve problems involving proportions as well. Students really enjoy this activity and they especially love that candy is involved!
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My students have to understand dependent probability with and without replacement. To help with the understanding of this, I created this activity with buttons. As students work through the activity, they can take out buttons as the problem states to see why the denominator changes. You can buy a
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This activity has students use a table to complete a chart. Students write the probability of picking an even number (or odd, multiple of 2, prime number, number divisible by 3, etc) from the table as a fraction, reduced fraction, and decimal. This shows them the multiple ways probability can be wri
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I use this activity as an opening activity to dependent probability. I fill bathroom cups with 20-30 M&M's and then let the students work as pairs through the sheet. You could also get the small snack bags of M&M's and just hand those out. The first section asks for a guess of the probabil
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This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with probability. Contents:          ♦ Teacher Instructions and FAQ          ♦ 3 Levels to decode: Multiple Choice, Message Decoder, and Maze          ♦ Student Recording Sheet and Teacher Answer Key          ♦
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This is a collection of 12 activities to help your students learn about and practice two-way tables and scatter plots that are part of the 8th grade math statistics and probability cluster in the CCSS. These are great for math centers and so much more fun than worksheets. There are many engaging a
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This activity is designed for students to complete after learning about binomial distribution. The calculator activity gives students a real-life perspective on binomial distribution. Students will perform simulated free throw attempts using graphing calculators. They will tally how many free thr
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This Two Event Probability pack covers the probabilities that result when two events occur simultaneously. It has within it five activities, three pack related research projects and a keyword foldable for your students to develop. This pack is also included in the Probability Bundle with over 25%
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Looking for the perfect test prep for 4th or 5th grade? You've found it! In these 20 cards, students will review Graphing, Geometry, and Measurement, including: - spinner probability - probability on a number line - picture and number patterns - in and out boxes - simple algebra - properties Re
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This activity allows students to explore the difference between theoretical and experimental probability by utilizing simple dice rolls and recording the results. Students complete the assignment handout based on the dice rolls. The assignment also includes practice with decimals, ratios, and percen
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Data Analysis and Probability Vocabulary Activities!! Need Pre-Algebra Vocabulary ---> Review? ---> Test prep? ---> Homework assignments? ---> Substitute teacher lessons? ---> Bell Ringers? ---> Early Finishers? How about games and activities to make learning math vocabulary FUN? W
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A fun way to have students practice probability by calculating as they play the Fast Money Round of the old game show, Card Sharks. The students will go onto the provided website where they will use probability to help them decide if the net card will be higher or lower than the previous one. Upon
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Students will have the opportunity to practice calculating classical probabilities and then performing experiments (rolling dice, drawing cards, and flipping coins) and calculating experimental probabilities. Students will also have the opportunity to compare the two probabilities.
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Students can be given the vocab sorts to place into their interactive notebooks or used as flash cards. Word wall cards can be used in classrooms or as part of student notes. Virginia SOLs - 5.9, 5.11, 5.12ab, 5.13ab The following vocab words are included with this set: Measures of Center/Variatio
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This activity has students use their knowledge of probability to complete activities using dice, coins, color blocks, or playing cards.A rubric is attached as well.
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Probability Activities that align to the TEKS! This bundle pack contains 9 Activities to supplement TEKS 7.6A-F and 7.6I-H! Activities Included: ★Probability Vocabulary Crossword Puzzle ★Simple Events Probability Domino Activity ★Compound Independent Events Puzzle ★Probability Task Cards ★Probabi
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Students will analyze the different circles of a dart board, finding the area of hitting these circles, finding the probability of hitting each circle, and their chances to win at darts!
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Bundle includes three activities: card draw, dice roll and coin toss. All three activities include teacher instructions, student recording sheet, graphs and analysis questions. These are great activities to do at the end of the year or before a holiday! Student have fun, and activities prompt math d
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This is an excellent activity for students to practice finding percents and probabilities. Using a paragraph from a newspaper, book, or other resource, students are asked to tally each letter and then find the percentage each letter is found. Students will then answer several questions regarding p
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This 12 minute narrated, animated PowerPoint presentation makes learning the difference between theoretical probability and experimental or empirical probability fun for students. It is intended for 7th, 8th, or 9th grade Algebra classes. It reviews a few Key terms such as probability, event, sam
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Students roll dice and flip coins recording data and making predictions. Great for math models.
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Probability is the measure of the likelihood that an event will occur. It is quantified as a number between 0 and 1, where, loosely speaking, 0 indicates impossibility and 1 indicates complete certainty.The higher the probability of an event, the more likely it is that the event will occur. A simple
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