Students will learn about the difference between theoretical and experimental probability while playing a dice activity. Students are asks to calculate the probability of rolling each number on a six sided die. This is the theoretical probability. They will write the answer as a fraction and as percent. Students will then find the experimental probability by performing the experiment. Students will collect data and compare class percentages. Afterwards, the students will figure the experimental probability of rolling each number from a six sided die. Following the lesson, there is an "exit slip" or one question to check student understanding. My students really enjoyed this activity. I hope your class does too!