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Introduce students to probability. These activities and worksheets cover theoretical vs experimental probability and dependent vs independent probability.
Each two-sided worksheet includes concept development (instruction and/or guided practice), independent practice, and a few assessment questions for students to prove understanding.
The last sheet in the packet is "CASINO MATH."
- two decks of cards
- four dice
- a spinner (from a board game, perhaps)
- 20 clips of various colors (binder or paper clips)
Students move around to six "games." They determine the probability of winning the game, decide whether it is wise to play or not, and then play if they so choose.
The paid-for document is exactly like the preview, minus the watermark, plus the key for CASINO MATH. I realize teachers could simply use the preview with a bit of editing, but if you find it useful or valuable, please buy. Thank you!
Be sure to check out another of my Probability-related activities, which uses the hit game show "DEAL OR NO DEAL"