Over 3 million resourcesMade for teachers by teachersEvery grade, subject, and specialtyFree and affordable materials

Other

- Business
- Career and Technical Education
- Character Education
- Child Care
- Classroom Community
- Classroom Management
- Coaching
- Computer Science - Technology
- Critical Thinking
- Early Intervention
- Family Consumer Sciences
- For Administrators
- For All Subjects
- Gifted and Talented
- Handwriting
- Health
- Instructional Technology
- International Baccalaureate
- Library Skills
- Life Skills
- Occupational Therapy
- Oral Communication
- Other (Specialty)
- Physical Education
- Physical Therapy
- Problem Solving
- Products For TpT Sellers
- Professional Development
- Religion
- Robotics
- School Counseling
- School Psychology
- Special Education
- Speech Therapy
- Student Council
- Study Skills
- Test Preparation
- Tools for Common Core
- Vocational Education

- Videos
- Activboard Activities
- Activities
- Assessment
- Bibliographies
- Books
- Bulletin Board Ideas
- By TpT Sellers for TpT Sellers
- Classroom Forms
- Clip Art
- Computation
- Cooperative Learning
- Cultural Activities
- EBooks
- English (UK)
- Examinations - Quizzes
- Flash Cards
- For Parents
- Fun Stuff
- GATE
- Games
- Google Apps
- Graphic Organizers
- Guided Reading Books
- Handouts
- Homeschool Curricula
- Homework
- Interactive Notebooks
- Interactive Whiteboard
- Internet Activities
- Laboratory
- Lectures
- Lesson Plans (Bundled)
- Lesson Plans (Individual)
- Literacy Center Ideas
- Literature Circles
- Math Centers
- Microsoft OneDrive
- Mini-Course
- Minilessons
- Montessori
- Movie Guides
- Multimedia
- Nonfiction Book Study
- Novel Study
- Other
- Outlines
- Posters
- PowerPoint Presentations
- Printables
- Professional Development
- Professional Documents
- Projects

- Relevance
- Best Seller
- Rating
- Price (Ascending)
- Price (Descending)
- Most Recent

showing 1-52 of 1,748 results

Here is a great project used to assess or build on students understanding of combinations using tree diagrams. Included are 5 menus from various fast food restaurants, 3 differentiated worksheets, a poster on tree diagrams, and Quick Print project labels!
Using the menu they have selected, student

Students will have fun learning about Tree Diagrams and Probability using this handy activity to solidify information they have learned about probability and combinations or as a way to introduce new concepts and the relationship between tree diagrams and the use of probability when combining differ

Subjects:

Types:

Sample Space, Tree Diagrams and The Counting Principle Interactive Notebook Pages and Activities CCSS: 7.SP.C.8.B
Included in this product:
Sample Spaces Guided Notes (2 per page)
Sample Spaces Practice (2 per page- full color and black and white versions)
Tree Diagrams Guided Notes (2 per page)
T

Subjects:

Types:

by

This resource includes 12 problems that will require students to list all possible combinations for given scenarios. They can make a list or table or create tree diagrams for each one. There are two notes pages included to model making a list/table and tree diagrams. These are great for guided, part

Subjects:

Types:

Updated 2017: Fonts have changed for better legibility and background changes.
This 78-page product is designed to teach, practice, review, and assess students’ knowledge of probability and tree diagrams. Besides lots of activities on probability, it also integrates students practicing converting

Subjects:

Types:

Here is a great project used to assess or build on students understanding of combinations using tree diagrams using popular clothing brands! Any of your kids who like to shop or who are always worried about what they're wearing will truly love this!
Here is what's included:
Pages 4-10: Differenti

In this interactive math foldable, teach students about Tree Diagrams and their ability to organize outcomes in a meaningful way.
Includes teacher notes and a picture of the inside of the foldable!
Enjoy!
Alicia Broughton :)

Subjects:

Types:

This set of task cards makes for great independent or whole group review on Combinations and creating Tree Diagrams. Cards range from simple 4 combination possibilities, all the way up to 54 combinations! Recording sheets and an answer key are included!
Looking for more Tree Diagram Resources? Che

by

This video lesson teaches students how to use the counting principle to find the total number of possibilities in preparation for determining the probability of an event. It also teaches how to find the factorial of a number.
In particular, your students will learn...
* How to find the total numbe

Subjects:

Grades:

Types:

by

This handout guides students through making/reading tree diagrams to solve problems involving combining different items. It also explains the counting principle.

Subjects:

Types:

by

This PowerPoint introduces students to using tree diagrams to solve creating combination problems. Eleven slides walk students through the steps of a standard problem involving making combinations of outfits with three shirts and two pairs of pants. The fonts and colors of the clipart in the thumbna

To save you some time when you are preparing your lessons on dependent and independent events, I have collected a bunch of problems that can be solve by drawing tree diagrams and made a slide show of the questions and there answers. The tree diagrams are animated to enable you to explain as you go o

Subjects:

I have used these Tree Diagram Scenario Cards in multiple ways. One way is to cut up the scenarios and place them in a hat. Each student can draw a scenario and complete the activity to share with their classmates.
I've also given the students a choice to pick three on the sheet to complete or cros

Subjects:

Types:

by

Students will build a tree diagram to figure out all of the possible combinations that can be made out of the shirts, pants and sweaters in their suitcase. They will also answer questions of probability based on their tree diagram. Good for a short assessment task after some work on tree diagrams or

by

I created this packet on tree diagrams for my probability unit so that students could work with one another to learn how to create a tree diagram on their own without my direct instruction. This gave me the freedom to help students that needed more individualized instruction and guidance. This packe

Subjects:

Types:

This is a cut and paste activity/notes for an interactive notebook on tree diagrams with a potato head theme. Students fill in a tree diagram (with pictures and words) to determine the number of possible combinations a potato head would have based on the choices of eyes, noses, mouths, and hats.

Subjects:

CCSS:

***If you liked the product please rate it. Thanks!
This product introduces students to tree diagrams and sample spaces using Cornell notes. It contains notes, partner work, and some independent problems.
Earn credit to use on future purchases:
Go to the My Purchases page and you should see a

This lesson is a great way to teach your students about tree diagrams and using them to determine possible combinations. Also goes into the Fundamental Counting Principle. Gives examples, guided practice, and independent practice with tree diagrams as well as the FCP.
File is in .ppsx (2010 Power

Subjects:

Grades:

CCSS:

Are you ready to begin a unit on tree diagrams? This mini bundle has everything you will need to challenge and entertain your students.
The following items are included:
1. Tree Diagram Resource Guide (guided notes sheet with examples)
2. Task Cards (12 included - great for partner work and center

Subjects:

Types:

Use these tree diagram worksheets to help students learn all the outcomes (combinations) for probability unit.
What's included-
*Pizza toppings probability tree diagram
*Donut probability tree diagram
*Cupcake probability tree diagram
*Ice cream probability tree diagram
*Fidget spinner probability

Subjects:

Types:

by

These Task Cards were fun and engaging for my 7th grade students. They really enjoyed creating tree diagrams from the different situations. I hope your students enjoy creating the tree diagrams as well!
This product is part of an awesome BUNDLE that can save you money! Click here to check out what

Tutorial and practice on Tree Diagrams representing all the possible matches of a given set of categories.

Subjects:

Grades:

These notes can be used in an interactive math notebook. The file includes a blank copy for students and an answer key. Notes are 7.5 x 4.75 in size, two per page.
These notes address Virginia Math SOL 5.14. Students will learn how to create tree diagrams as one method for creating a sample space

Subjects:

Grades:

Types:

Students will be presented with a situation involving two competitors - Krusty Korn Dogs and Big Burned Burgers. By creating a Tree Diagram, students will be able to determine if Big Burned Burgers is telling the truth.
This item is also included in the Tree Diagram Mini Bundle. If you purchased th

Subjects:

Types:

by

Making Combinations: Making Tree Diagrams & Organized ListsSmart Board lesson where you make all possible combinations by making tree diagrams and/or organized lists.

Subjects:

This is a new station for practicing problem solving.This set focuses on finding probabilities with tree diagrams and includes four different Poly Problem Solvers, each with five problems. Students solve the problem and match the answer to it. I suggest using hook and loop tabs. This way, students c

Subjects:

Grades:

Types:

Once I've covered basic probability and statistical measures, I like to have students work with conditional probability, which can often go hand-in-hand with tree diagrams. I created this worksheet for my Geometry students, and I find that it is challenging for them, but it can be broken down into

Subjects:

Types:

by

This is a one lesson power point which shows students how to successfully draw a tree diagram for two events occurring. Each example then demonstrates how the tree diagram can be used to work out the various probabilities. The power point ends with a number of questions which the students are expect

Subjects:

CCSS:

Tree Diagrams and the Fundamental Counting Principle Smartboard Lesson has 23 slides. Great graphics and everything you'll need to teach this lesson. Lots of interactive practice with students coming to Smartboard to solve problems too. You're students will love learning from this Smartboard Lesson.

Subjects:

You will need to supply three menus (I print mine from various neighborhood restaurants). In this activity, the students use various menus to pick and choose toppings and entrees and then create tree diagrams based on the criteria.

Subjects:

Types:

This Sandwich Shop Activity includes:
*A Sandwich Shop Category Page
There are 5 Categories with 5 items in each category.
* 2 Sandwich Shop Direction Pages
2 Categories and 3 Categories
*25 Sandwich Shop Tiles Pages
25 tiles on each page
*18 Handout Pages
9 With the Charts Filled
9 With Blank

by

This activity is a great way for students to begin practicing how to complete a branching tree diagram. It also asks some questions about the branching tree diagram, how they are used, and what their purpose is. This is a great into activity or review activity.

Subjects:

Types:

by

In this activity, students will create their own tree diagram, showing different possible combinations. Planning templates provided. This activity is a great assessment of Virginia SOL 5.14.

Once I've covered basic probability and statistical measures, I like to have students work with conditional probability, which can often go hand-in-hand with tree diagrams. I created this worksheet for my Algebra 1 students, and I find that it is challenging for them, but it can be broken down into

Subjects:

Types:

This lesson teaches students how to use Tree Diagrams to represent visually all of the possible outcomes for independent and dependent events.
Students will examine problem sets and work with their teammates to solve problems regarding the probability of events occurring by using Tree Diagrams to

Subjects:

Grades:

Decision Tree Clipart Set - 15 pieces of black and white / line art / blackline master clip art in a pack or bundle for your worksheets or educational resources. All images or pictures are high resolution so you can have large illustrations of them and they'll still be clean and beautiful.
Images

Subjects:

Grades:

This product includes a foldable with suggested notes, worksheet, and answer key covering Tree Diagrams – 7.SP.C.8, C.8.a, C.8.b.
In my class, I use the left hand side of the notebook for guided notes with foldables, while the right-hand side is reserved for individual practice work. There is a one

Subjects:

Grades:

Note: If you are considering purchasing this product, you may wish to instead consider a substantially discounted bundle that includes this product...
Counting Methods Bundle - I thru V for Busy Teachers
Basic counting methods: lists, tables, and tree diagrams. The lesson handout includes comple

Subjects:

Grades:

There are 3 Math Station Activities in this packet for practice with Tree Diagrams through the use of manipulatives. Using a simple direction card on the outside of the bag, students will sort (factor) the picture cards into all the possibilities. They start with one pile (attribute) to build arou

Subjects:

Types:

Worksheet that covers Probability of a simple event; Tree Diagrams, Counting Principle, and Lists, created by Tricks and Treats for Teaching Math.
Please see my other, 325+ GREAT teaching resources.
Thank You for your purchase ~

Subjects:

Types:

Five tree diagram word problems for your probability unit. The worksheet can be used for classwork, homework, a center, etc. Or cut the problems into strips and place around the room. The last problem allows students to create their own lunch menu and determine the number of combinations a student c

Subjects:

Types:

Students will determine which fast food restaurant offers more meal choices by designing tree diagrams.
Before the activity begins, I always have my students take a vote on which one they believe will have more choices and why.
This item is included in the Tree Diagram Mini Bundle. If you purchase

This product is great for reviewing outcomes and probability! This can be used as a partner or individual activity.
Distribute 1 copy of both pages to each student. Have students look at their choices for the breakfast menu and create a tree diagram to represent all the possible combinations they c

I created this worksheet to help my students practice organizing data in three different ways. Given data in a venn diagram, a story, a two-way table or a tree diagram--the students have to organize the data in the other ways that are not given.

Subjects:

by

Explore real-world multiplication situations through "combination" math problems. Students will learn how to use tree diagrams to visually represent a situation and determine the number of total possible outcomes.
Packet Includes:
- Notes Page with Example
- Practice Page
- Exit Ticket

Subjects:

Grades:

Use these fidget spinner math activities to engage students in their learning!
What's included-
*Fidget spinner probability tree diagram
*6 different spinner boards activity--kids can spin their fidget spinner to figure out probability
*fidget spinner line plot activity
Great for end of the year a

Subjects:

Types:

by

This provides lesson notes and examples of key terms associated with the fundamental counting principle. Examples from the real-world that students can relate to are included.

Subjects:

Grades:

Types:

CCSS:

by

In this activity, students will practice drawing a list of combinations and a tree diagram for two different situations. You can use this activity as an interactive practice, a math station activity, or even as an assessment!

This is an introductory activity on sample spaces. After discussing what sample spaces are and how they are used, students will then complete the guided practice on creating a sample space. Give student the tree diagram sheets and the picture items sheet. This activity is easily differentiated. For

I wrote this worksheet to help my IB/ Trigonometry/ Precalculus students review and extend what they knew about tree diagrams and conditional probability.
I use this activity within cooperative groups, and I circulate to make sure they are getting the purpose of the questions.
The file includes sp

Subjects:

Types:

This worksheet is designed to replace a lecture on tree diagrams.
I start out class with a 15-minute "mini-lesson," giving my students some basic examples of what today's lesson will be about. Once the mini-lesson is over, I have them get to work within their groups on this worksheet.
I use this

Types:

Create tree diagrams to determine the total possible outcomes.
Determine probability of multiple events.

Distinguish between dependant and independent events.
Calculate the probability of dependant and independent events using tree diagrams.
Students need to be able to distinguish if the situation involves replacement (independent events) or does not involve replacement (dependant).
We can use tree d

Subjects:

showing 1-52 of 1,748 results