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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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Kids are less familiar with board games these days. As a result, they need extra practice solving dice problems when learning about probability. They simply are not as familiar with dice (number cubes) as they once might have been.
This activity consists of two worksheets (A and B).
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This engaging activity will allow students to explore theoretical and experimental probability while using dice and keeping track of their data. Students will complete several trials of rolling two (or three) dice and adding their values. Students will learn about normal distribution curves (bell

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Students will learn about the difference between theoretical and experimental probability while playing a dice activity. Students are asks to calculate the probability of rolling each number on a six sided die. This is the theoretical probability. They will write the answer as a fraction and as p

This lab guides students through various compound probability events involving dice and spinners. This interactivity is a great way for students to explore theoretical and experimental probability by very quickly simulating the events hundreds of times. My students really enjoy working through these

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All of you guys must have played with a dice at least once. Ever thought the number that falls, can be a result of a mathematical concept? Here we are talking about 'Probability'.
This session is specially designed to give an overall idea on how to solve a problem based on probability related to D

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In this exercise, students will work with partners or small groups to perform a dice experiment. They roll a pair of dice a large number of times and record the results. They then compare their experimental probabilities to the theoretical probabilities. Eventually, they are asked why there is a

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Easter/Bunny 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 and a 4 round gamesheet (in B&W for easy copying)!

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This game is awesome because it is presented to the students as though it is a fair game, but as they complete the experiment, they realize that it is actually not a fair game!
Check out the preview! The kids can't tell initially but the game is skewed in favor of one team! Fill out the "difference

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Printable dice to represent the probability of passing on an allele for blue or brown eyes. Great activity to help understand the probabilities behind Mendelian genetics and Punnet squares.
Each die represents the allele passed down from one parent. Role two dice to generate a random genotype.
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This pack of 32 task cards will help reinforce teaching and learning of probability using the numbers on a six-sided standard dice. The question types on the task cards are based on the probability of events occurring if one or two dice were rolled. The cards are varied in order to cater to differen

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Printable dice to represent the probability of passing on a yellow or green pea plant allele. Great activity to help understand the numbers behind Mendelian genetics and Punnet squares.
Each die represents the allele passed down from one parent. Role two dice to generate a random genotype.
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Students will investigate sample space, theoretical probability, and experimental probability through a dice investigation.

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This activity is great for students to work in pairs or groups and prompts some math discourse on how to predict the roll of the dice. Students will roll dice and record the total of each roll. They create a graph with their data and answer questions about their findings. This is a fun activity to j

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Students are given the opportunity to experience a game in which they must discover that the options are not fair and that there are choices they can make that stack the odds in their favour. When playing this game I often set the class up as a Derby and show the kids videos and pictures of how peop

This activity is centered around the idea of the probability of a basic event. You do not need actual dice or cards to complete the activity; it simply uses the idea of a 6-sided dice and a 52-card deck. It is great to get kids interested in probability by using real-life examples that they can see

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MAJOR ADDITIONS/UPDATES TO 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 recently added.✓ 32 Cornell-

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CHANCE AND PROBABILITY BUNDLE✓ 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 complement the Power Point presentation recently a

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This Probability Unit for Grade 3 contains lesson ideas, worksheets, activities, games, and a test based on the Ontario Curriculum expectations.This resource is also available as part of my Grade 3 Math Units FULL YEAR Bundle.ContentsLesson IdeasFlipping a CoinRolling a DieSpinning a SpinnerChoosing

Also included in: Grade 3 Math Units FULL YEAR BUNDLE (Based on the Ontario Curriculum)

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 my

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