This pdf contains 3 probability activities with a gumball theme.
1. A scenario of colored gumballs in a machine: students must color the gumballs to represent the situation, calculate the theoretical probability as a fraction and a percent, find the sums, and answer a question. This is given in two versions, color and black and white
2. There is a challenge for students to work with a partner to create their own scenarios.
3. The third activity involves reading a bar graph to calculate experimental and theoretical probabilities, and answer two questions.
Approximately one 40-minute session to complete. Answer keys are included.