Chance and Probability Spinner Experiment

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3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th
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This chance and data spinner experiment is a fun and hands on way to consolidate your students knowledge of probability. It is perfect to use at the end of a unit on Chance and Data or to test your students understanding of chance and the likelihood of an event occurring.

Students get to make a series of spinners, make predictions and list the outcomes of their own chance experiment involving equally likely or unlikely outcomes. Students will interpret and compare a range of data by constructing column graphs and conversing with fellow class members.

There are two different levels of difficulty. Spinner Scrutiny I an easier version or Spinner Scrutiny II that can be used for higher grades or as extension work – it has extra prediction work and conversion of probability results using fractions, decimals and percentages.

No preparation needed, just print it out and you are ready to go.

This pack includes:
* A teacher's guide with photographs and examples of the unit.
* Spinner Scrutiny Experiment Handouts for students, ready to print and go. These come in two different levels. An easier version and a harder version.
*2 large spinner templates
*8 small spinner templates
*Grid paper for use with constructing the graphs.
Total Pages
12
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
1 Week

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Chance and Probability Spinner Experiment
Chance and Probability Spinner Experiment
Chance and Probability Spinner Experiment
Chance and Probability Spinner Experiment