# Probability Bundle - Notes, Experiments, Stations, Worksheets & More

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Common Core Standards
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Product Description
This bundle is loaded with great resources for a probability unit. Below, you will find the brief resource descriptions along with the links to each individual product. Included, you will find interactive notes, worksheets, a sorting activity, task cards, area models and assessments.

Probability Scale
This product includes a brief page of interactive notes, two worksheets, a sorting activity and an exit slip.

Relative Frequency
This product includes two brief half sheets of interactive notes, two worksheets and sixteen task cards.

Probability Stations
This station activity is used at the end of a probability unit. As a class, we have explored experimental and theoretical probability, relative frequency, equally likely, impossible and certain events, tree diagrams and area models. The resource includes six stations (4 cards each), student answer documents and answer keys. A great way for students to use vocabulary, work collaboratively and reinforce concepts learned.

Probability Experiments - Worksheets
This product includes three different probability experiments. Students will complete an experiment and will deepen their understanding of experimental and theoretical probability through a variety of questions. Each experiment is completed on a two page worksheet. Space is provided for students to record their data. For the three resources, you will need coins, a paper clip and dice.

Probability Area Models
This resource can be used as a visual took to examine probability. It includes two activities and an assessment. The first activity asks students to create a maze from a set of directions. Students create a math character that will navigate through 13 possible paths which lead to two possible caves. The first activity asks students to create a maze from a set of directions. Students create a math character that will navigate through 13 possible paths which lead to two possible caves. The first activity asks students to create a maze from a set of directions. Students create a math character that will navigate through 13 possible paths which lead to two possible caves.

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