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Explore probability with these engaging, hands-on probability activities!This set includes 6 low-prep probability stations perfect for practicing probability skills and critical thinking. Quick and easy setup plus clear student directions make these activities perfect for centers or substitute days,
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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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This is a probability station activity I designed for my very active 7th grade math classes. This mostly focuses on independent and dependent events with two game stations thrown in for a brain break. Resources were compiled from other activities available - adapted to fit the needs of my students.
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This set of stations allows students to investigate fair spinners, determine the likelihood of events, learn about games of chance, and develop an understanding of how probabilities help us make decisions in our daily lives. There are six stations currently included and a student recording sheet for
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I use these stations as a review of my Probability Unit.The stations include:*Station 1: Set theory (sample space, union, intersection, complement, Venn diagrams)*Station 2: Outcomes and probability (finding probability from coins, dice; finding number outcomes from tree diagrams and fundamental cou
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I made this activity to serve as a fun way for students to apply what they learned in the probability unit. Students rotate through 6 hands-on stations where they calculate mathematical probabilities, complete experiments, and then calculate the resulting experimental probabilities. The stations u
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Students will dig into probability as they analyze probability models and estimate frequencies of given events. Students will also analyze compound events. Students will develop a deep understanding of probability with these math stations. The following math stations are included: • Probabilit
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If you loved the decimal station game download you will love this one! Here is a fun twist to stations! My students love this!! During the 7 stations students solve 14 probability questions. At the end of each station there is a direction for students to draw something on another paper (I just use
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Students will travel through five stations to reinforce the difference between experimental and theoretical probabilities. The five stations are as follows: 1. Deck of Cards 2. Flipping Two Coins 3. Drawing Candies from a Bag 4. Spinner 5. Rolling a Pair of Dice At Station 1, students determine the
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This station activity is used at the end of a probability unit. As a class, we have explored experimental and theoretical probability, relative frequency, equally likely, impossible and certain events, tree diagrams and area models. The stations can be used as an opportunity for students to work c
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Students work in groups at 4 stations - spinning a colored spinner, spinning a numbered spinner, rolling dice, and flipping a coin. Students must first find various theoretical probabilities as well as experimental probabilities and compare the two. The last two pages are spinners that match station
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Eight station cards ask students to apply their knowledge of simple probability, the fundamental counting principle, and tree diagrams. A recording sheet and answer key are provided. This activity addresses Common Core Standards 7.SP.C.5, and 7.SP.C.8.
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This set of probability stations to use in your classroom. There is also probability vocabulary test included. Stations -Coin Flip Station -Starburst out of a bag station -Roll the dice station Each station uses the "possible outcome" vocabulary and asks the students to identify what the probabil
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Concepts Covered: A hands on approach to learning about experimental and theoretical probability. The students will rotate through 4 stations to do the experimental probability, then compare their results with the theoretical probability. They will experiment with flipping a coin, rolling a dice, se
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This activity is 8 stations that cover compound probability. It includes problems that involve replacement and no replacement of different objects. It covers the Texas standards 7.6C, 7.6B and 7.6D.
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This product is a favorite of my students! It uses kids' gameboards to practice finding different probabilities. The games I bring into my classroom let the kids "play" are Candyland, Monopoly, and Clue, along with a dice and spinner. I place the students in small groups and rotate games after ab
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Math centers that have students working on practice problems and word problems involving Probability. Skills include: describe results of a probability experiment as fractions, listing all possible outcomes of a probability experiment, and use experiment results to make predictions. This activity c
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In this activity the students rotated through multiple stations where they had to complete problems on calculating the Binomial Probability.
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These probability stations have been adapted from Marilyn Burns Probability Centers. I have used them for many years and created this product to make it super simple to set up and run these stations in your classroom. These stations require your students to collaborate and communicate their mathem
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Here is a FIVE Station activity on probability. Students rotate through the stations working on different aspects of probability with decks of cards.**NOTE - I actually use this in a 7 station setup. One station is group 1-on-1 with me and another group is at the computers. (See last thumbnail fo
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Included and fully editable: Theoretical vs. Experimental Probability notes (I use them in my interactive notebook) and key, Station directions for six stations, station worksheet for data collection, second classwork to find experimental and theoretical probability after data collection. Before do
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This activity included 8 stations that explore probability with coins, cards, and dice! You r students will be asked to create lists, tree diagrams and experiment with the chances!
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16 task cards for hands-on stationsMaterials are listed on documentAnswer sheet included
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If you're looking for probability activities, these experimental and theoretical probability stations are just what you need! Students will get a chance to practice simple and compound probability, certain and impossible events, listing sample space and more.This resource has students rotate through
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