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GREAT FOR CENTERS! This game is a great quick check of student understanding for basic probility situations. Students type responses and are given immediate feedback. At the end, the worksheet is printable and already scored.
There are two separate games on the same file. The tabs at the bottom

This file is a foldable for identifying and finding Independent and Dependent Probability. On the inside of the foldable there is fill-in-the-blank notes and an example problem to work out for each. This foldable can be used stand-alone or in a notebook. Detailed instructions are included.
This pro

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This small assignment can act as a homework assignment or class work assignment. It asks students to review compound versus disjoint events, and provides practice with finding probability of single, disjoint, and compound events.

This project is a fun engaging way for students to collect their own data and learn about Theoretical and Experimental Probability through self discovery and group learning. This packet included project directions, extensions, and worksheet assessments for both theoretical and experimental probabili

This lesson provides direct instructions and guided practice along with conceptual understanding questions. This lesson is extremely structure. It allows for meaningful talk and writing in mathematics

This smartboard lesson plan teaches Intersection and Union of events. It starts with the Intersection and moves into the Union.

Play this fun proability game that has 5 steps. Fun probability game thats uses tally marks and graphing practice.

This PowerPoint presentation reviews probaility in both fraction and percent form. It explores the use of 'likely, unlikely, certain, and impossible.' It can be used as a review, quiz, or game.

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This is a great President's Day proability math activity!

Topics include the counting principal, sample space, basic probaility, simple compound probability, permutations and combinations.

Make teaching Forensics easier with this simple Forensics Unit 2 Activity: Probaility and Class Evidence. In this acivity/worksheet, students will practice classifying testimonial and physical evidence and determine whether or not each piece can individualized. Teacher anwswer key is included! Thi

Also included in: Forensics Unit 2: Types of Evidence Growing Bundle

Guided notes discussing the concepts of Probability as a ratio, fraction, and percent. Further discussion compares Theoretical and Experimental Proability, the definitions, and forumulas to calculate. For 5th - 8th grade general education or special education classrooms. Great for your interactive

This zip file contains everything you will need for a fun and informative probability activity for students to learn about probaility while playing a game. Full directiosn are available for viewing under the "Download Free Preview" section which will explain the game in detail. The activity involve

This zipfile contains notebook software and printable worksheets for a fun and informative learning experience about probability. The actvitiy invloves students spinning 2 different spinners and collecting data on the probaility of which color is more likely to land on. One spinner is a "fair" spi

Help your students learn about fractions, data collecting and graphing in a fun, engaging and YUMMY way!
Give each student a small packet of M&M's and help them learn how to
*Add and subtrac fractions
* Convert between decimals, percentages and fractions
* Graph data on a bar graph
* Analayse

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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An 8 day CCSS-Aligned Probability Unit - including simple probability, experimental and theoretical probability, making predictions, and independent and dependent probabilityStandards: 7.SP.5, 7.SP.6, 7.SP.7, 7.SP.8Texas Teacher? Grab the TEKS-Aligned Probability Unit. Please don’t purchase both as

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This low prep resource is a great introduction to probability. It introduces probability vocabulary - certain, impossible, possible, likely, unlikely, and equally likely - and gives students a chance to apply these words in a variety of situations and events. Students will also get the opportunit

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Probability and Statistics (Pre-Algebra Curriculum - Unit 9)UPDATE: This unit now contains a Google document with: (1) Links to instructional videos. Videos are created by fellow teachers for their students using the guided notes from the unit. Please watch through first before sharing with you

Also included in: Pre-Algebra Curriculum

Probability and Statistics (Algebra 2 Curriculum - Unit 11) - DISTANCE LEARNING(1) Links to instructional videos. Videos are created by fellow teachers for their students using the guided notes from the unit. Please watch through first before sharing with your students. They might not always be

Also included in: Algebra 2 Curriculum

These supplemental digital math activities can be used to support probability concepts. They are interactive (drag and match, using the typing tool, using the shape tool) and paperless through Google Slides™ and PowerPoint™. Topics Included:Simple Probability (4 interactive slides + exit ticket)Exp

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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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These probability printables are sure to help your kiddies get a better grasp on the sometimes difficult concept of probability and likelihood. Key math words (likely, unlikely, certain, and impossible) are used consistently throughout this pack to provide your students with the clearest possible un

Probability and Statistics (Math 7 Curriculum – Unit 8) DISTANCE LEARNINGUPDATE: This unit now contains a Google document with: (1) Links to instructional videos. Videos are created by fellow teachers for their students using the guided notes from the unit. Please watch through first before sh

Also included in: Math 7 Curriculum