This was an activity that I utilize during my Probability unit in math. The kiddos color the spinner (the spinner is broken into fourths: 2 places are "blue", another is "red", and then "green". The kids predict which color they will spin the most (hopefully blue because you have half the chance to spin it), then they spin the spinner (using a paperclip) 20 times, and graph their spins. At the end they decide whether their prediction was correct, along with answering other questions. This opens up a great "math talk" moment to discuss how or why blue was "most likely", "least likely", and "impossible" to spin. Print front to back to use in class!
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I would love to give a credit to:
Krista Wallden’s Absolutely Amazing Clipart and Borders!
Hello Literacy’s Super Cute “Hello” Fonts!
Tessa Maguire’s Spinner Clipart