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This project is designed to be a cumulative activity for students to complete after a probability unit. Skills in this unit include probability of simple events, theoretical vs. experimental probability, probability of compound events, and tree diagrams. This project can be given over the course of
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Engage your students with this hands-on, interactive, game-creating project!Why should you purchase this product?• it's hands-on, active learning• it engages the kinesthetic learner• it allows students to apply concepts• it differentiates instruction through product• it has contingency/alternate ass
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Probability Genetics project is a set of 5 probability activities using genetics to practice and learn probability. Students begin with a story and move through multiple levels of working with genetics to calculate increasingly more complicated probability. Included in this resource:- Student page
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Also included in: 7th GRADE MATH Activities projects notes bundle

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Jump into the March Madness tournament to apply probability concepts to a real-world application. Great for your sports-loving students. Students explore probability first by determining the probability that a team will win. Students, further, weight teams based on historical data and/or team sta
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This fun and engaging probability project requires your students to answer a lot of questions about one of their favorite treats. This project requires them to create a line plot, bar graph, and list all the possible combinations of colors. They will be asked to create a spinner to answer probabili
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This is a great end of the unit project to check for understanding of probability. Students love creating their own spinners and dice and situations to go along with them. Having to create their own problem using the manipulatives gives them the opportunity to really show off! This project is engagi
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Students create their own board game using the guidelines that are provided in this project and then answer probability questions related to their boardgame.
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Hi Everyone! In this project, students will be able to: - Create a survey question. - Poll 50 students. - Organize data into tables and graphs. - Find the mean, median, mode, and range of their data. - Find the probability of each event occurring. - Explain their survey process and results. In the
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Likely Letters Statistics and Probability Project is also available in the following packages at a discount: 1) Middle School Math Lessons, Projects, and Games eBook (42 engaging math activities - 438 pages) (\$87.00) 2) Statistics, Data Analysis, and Probability Activities eBook for Middle School
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This project encourages students to work with partners to create a probability game that will be used in a classroom carnival. Students will practice using the terms experimental and theoretical probability while having peers play their made up game.
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In this project, student will use their data analysis skills to research each teams' chance of winning the NCAA Tournament. Students will also use probability to fill in their own brackets for the tournament. This lesson is a fun way to incorporate March Madness into the math classroom.
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In this project, students will fill in NCAA March Madness brackets and then analyze them using historical data to find the probability of different outcomes. They will also use a random number table and the historical results of the tournament to fill out a mathematical bracket. This project is perf
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A project that feels like a game! Students must create their own game, using probability to ensure THEY are favored to win....much like the house in a casino. Students can make games involving dice, spinners, cards, "fishing" ducks out of a pond, etc. Assessed skills include: fundamental countin
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This project based activity is a way to allow students to explore the topics of probability, sample space, and tree diagrams creatively. Students will show the possible outcomes of compound events by creating a tree diagram and sample space. Students will create their own probability problems usin
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If your school system is like mine you can no longer use candy to do math, but they serve cereal for breakfast at school right? Each student will need 16 randomly selected pieces of cereal and a paper bag to store their cereal in for the next couple of days. The document contains all data tables an
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In this multi-week project, students will design, create and play carnival games while finding the experimental and theoretical probability of the games. Students will present the final game at a carnival with a written report of what was learned throughout the process. This is a great end of the
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This conditional probability project uses real-world data to engage students in the application of probability concepts. This resource includes- Teacher's Guide - Student project guidelinesRelated bundles include:- Algebra 2 Mega Teacher Resource Bundle which includes my entire library of Algebr
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Also included in: Probability Unit Bundle Algebra 2

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Have your students demonstrate their understanding of probability by setting up a casino in your classroom with games created by the students. The casino currency can be candy, manipulative counters, or pennies (to be returned at the end of class).
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This probability game project has students apply their understanding of theoretical, experimental and geometric probability through the design and testing of carnival games. This resource includes- Teacher's Guide for 4-part project- Editable Student guide - Editable Project RubricRelated bundles in
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Also included in: Probability Unit Bundle Algebra 2

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It's game time! Students will use their understanding of theoretical probabilities and frequency of outcomes to design a fun carnival/festival/amusement park game for their peers to play.This project includes student-facing instructions, a graphic organizer for planning, all handout to record their
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To conclude your unit on probability, have students complete this project. The Probability Project has students practice creating and conducting surveys, creating different graphs, finding the mean, median, and mode, and much more! Please visit www.curriculumresources.net for more information and
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This project has students create their own casino game of "chance" where the odds are slightly in their own favor without being too obvious to the player. Student create their game using various materials (cardboard, construction paper, glue, glitter, etc.) to make their games appeal to players. The
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Students practice converting between fractions, decimals and percents to identify the likelihood of landing on certain colors.
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Two projects to engage students in probability concepts for AP Statistics. This is part of the AP Statistics curriculum. The first project observes probability of a repeated event over time. The second project applies the central limit theorem to coins. Included in this resource:Fair coin toss
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