This provides instructions on how to make a carnival style game about probability. The directions focus on the difference between theoretical and experimental probability, but can be adapted for simple probability.
The file contains the directions to make the game pieces. Picture and description of how to set up and play the game. It also contains teacher tips.
It can be used as a stand alone review or it can be used as one of many games in a carnival like activity. My school uses it in a day long Math Carnival that students participate in about a month before our state tests.
This game was created for our 7th grade math carnival, but it could be adapted for many levels depending on how you set up the probability.