Engage your students with the circuit format! Students who complete this circuit will have worked 24 probability problems ranging from tossing a coin to spinning a spinner to picking jellybeans out of a jar. Some of the answers are written as fractions, some as decimals, and some as percents. The problems are progressive (get a little bit harder with each problem) in nature so it is great for differentiated instruction.
To advance in the circuit, students search for the answer. That next cell becomes the next problem. My students love this format and do not get up when the bell rings!
There is no answer key included because the answers are embedded in the circuit. The only prep the teacher needs to do is work the circuit ahead of the students.
My colleagues and I check our work very carefully, but if you ever find a mistake, please let me know!