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Sometimes probability can be difficult to understand. This scavenger hunt reviews and reinforces lessons and vocabulary for probability and chance.Table of Contents• 20 scavenger hunt cards in color• 20 scavenger hunt cards in black and white• student work pages (an additional page for the b/w versi

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Also included in: Math Scavenger Hunt Bundle

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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This Probability Scavenger Hunt Activity is designed to help your Algebra 2 students understand permutations, combinations, theoretical and experimental probability, independent and dependent events, two-way tables, conditional probability, and compound events at the end of the unit on Probability.

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Also included in: Probability BIG Bundle (Algebra 2 - Unit 12)

Students love to do activities that allow them to be up and moving around the classroom. The Probability Scavenger Hunt allows them to do just that! Each of the cards in this set provides the student with a scenario. The included Student Activity Sheet has the questions for the students to solve.

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This is a 10-page statistics and probability problem solving activity that incorporates a scavenger hunt game. Student will start at a random number, work out that problem, then look for the answer on another poster. They will then work out that problem until they've worked out all ten.

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Students will practice solving problems using the binomial probability formula with this 12 question scavenger hunt. This includes situations for an exact number of successes, as well as "at least" and "at most" situations. This activity was written for an Algebra 2 level class.
Simply print the 1

Make solving problems about compound probability fun! This self-checking activity will allow students to get out of their seats and move around the classroom as they solve 15 problems involving compound probability, including both independent and dependent events. Many examples of real-world situati

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Also included in: Compound Probability Activity Bundle

7th Grade Math Probability Scavenger Hunt
Students will rotate through task cards calculating simple & compound probability, describing likelihood, and predicting frequency of an event. This activity is perfect for an end of unit review.
DIRECTIONS:
• Print, cut, and laminate (optional) cards

This scavenger hunt can be used to review Independent and Dependent
Print the scavenger hunt out, one slide per page. Each slide contains a question in the top half and an answer in the bottom half. Place each question in a different place around your room or hallway. Students can begin at any quest

This set includes a 12 question scavenger hunt.
Simply print and cut the sheets in half! Laminate for extended use!
A recording sheet is included for students to walk around the room and record their work. Great review activity to get those students out of their seats! This could also be used in

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This is a scavenger hunt game for your students to get up and moving around the
classroom as they practice simple probability. Start by placing each problem around the classroom. Each student may start at whichever problem they like, and after completing it should walk around until they find their a

This scavenger hunt has 2 vocabulary questions (Independent and Dependent Events) and 18 compound probability problems for a total of 20 questions. Included is a student answer sheet and a teacher answer key.
The cards should be cut and randomly placed around the room. The students may start at

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Scavenger Hunt Answer Key included.
This is a great way to review probability at the end of a unit to reinforce some main ideas. Some of the topics included:
- Simple Probability
- Compound Probability
- Area Models
- Independent and Dependent Events
- Experimental Probability
- Theoretical Proba

This product is a great resource to check for your students' understanding, as well as practice the concept of simple probability. This activity gets students up and moving, and is extremely engaging.
Simply post the problems around the room, print off a recording page for each student, and have f

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This is a great activity to engage students to work collaboratively to review Permutations, Combinations, and Probability. I use this activity in Algebra 2.
There are 12 multiple choice questions (stations) to be scattered around the classroom. In pairs or small groups, students choose a station to

Skills practice focused on determining the probability of compound events.
This activity is great for getting your kids moving and working together. Product includes:
-14 problem cards
-Recording sheet
-Instructions
- Answer key with problems worked out (great for days with a substitute) as well as

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Also included in: Bundle of Scavenger Hunts for Middle School Math- Grade 7

My students love math activities that involve them moving around the classroom. A scavenger hunt is one of those activities. I teach the dependent and independent probability lesson after a compound probability lesson. The students pick up on what to do fairly quickly so I have them complete this ac

This is an online scavenger hunt to teach the concept of probability. The activity uses an online spinner and helps students with the concepts of least likely, most likely, and certain events. The student directions are very clear and concise and promote student exploration. Great tool!

A mix of 26 addition rule, multiplication rule, and conditional probability questions about a standard deck of cards. Find the cards in question to lead you to the next problem!I made this activity for my CP Probability&Statistics class - but it is also challenging enough for an AP level statist

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Students will love getting out of their seats to solve problems related to permutations and probabilities of independent and dependent events! The self-checking nature of this scavenger hunt makes it super-easy to run this activity and to tell if students understand the content. You don't have to

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Treasure Hunts promote cooperative learning and engagement by pupils working in pairs to find the correct answer. It can be used as the main lesson activity to determine what learning has taken place and also it is a great revision exercise.
This Treasure Hunt activity has been prepared to practice

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In this activity, students will use their knowledge of experimental probability to solve word problems.
Students will solve experimental probability word problems and their answer will lead them to their next card. There is only one correct path, and students can check their progress using the incl

This product gets students on their feet and making sense of various Venn diagram problems! The activity requires students to understand and solve “and”, “or”, and conditional probability problems. Students must be able to read the diagrams, interpret what the question is asking them in their own wo

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