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# Describing Probability Outcomes Task Cards

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### Description

Your students can explore probability by moving through twelve stations that each pose a question which can be answered with more likely, less likely, equally likely, possible, impossible or certain.

This easy to use product includes:

• instructions to set up the stations (or use the activities as task cards).
• templates to make spinners (both in colour and ink-saving options).
• student recording pages.
• task cards for twelve stations (with materials listed on each card).

One questions reads: What is the chance this 6 sided dice will land on a number between one and six? (certain) Some students had to pick up the die and look at all the sides while others could figure it out in their minds.

Ninja Note: This product requires a few materials in order to complete the stations. You need three 6-sided dice, four decks of cards and a coin.

These stations were tested with fourth and fifth grade students who thought it was a fun way to practice the terms. They had a better understanding of the meaning of each of the terms and could provide different scenarios that would provide similar or alternative outcomes.

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***Thank-you so much for this freebie! It's a great resource to add to my student teacher collection! :) (Thank you Courtney J!)

***This was a great way to introduce probability and the vocabulary that goes with it (Thank you 5th Grade Creative Classroom)

Thank you for your consideration! Happy predicting from the Brain Ninjas!

Total Pages
10 pages
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Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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