This lesson grabs the students' interest immediately when you pass out ten pieces of either Skittles or M&M's to each person. Students will then complete three different stages with the candy. First, they will find the probability of their own 10 pieces (simple event) as a fraction, decimal, and percent. Then they will work with their partner, using both piles of candy to practice probability with compound events. The final stage even gets into independent and dependent events. The answer key to this activity is included in the SmartBoard file. A printable student sheet is also included. This is a great review of many aspects of probability and follows the fair theme, as does all of my other probability products!