I have bundled together two activities to help teach Probability. This set includes my Probability Flip Book and my Probability Snip! Snap!.
First, is a simple probability flip book that I use with my 2nd graders to help them visualize the concepts of impossible, likely, unlikely, and certain. It's simple to use - just cut out, glue the 2nd page to an interactive notebook or staple the two pages together, then cut the top page on the solid lines. The students can then color the marbles to show certain, likely, unlikely, and impossible.
Next, I created a cut and paste activity as a review for my 2nd graders when studying probability. For Virginia teachers this is Math SOL 2.18. Students view the set of colored marbles in the first column, read the clue in the second column, then SNIP apart the answer strips at the bottom and SNAP them into place in the second column (using glue, of course). I have included an answer key.
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