Included and fully editable: Theoretical vs. Experimental Probability notes (I use them in my interactive notebook) and key, Station directions for six stations, station worksheet for data collection, second classwork to find experimental and theoretical probability after data collection.
Before doing the stations I have students do notes on theoretical and experimental probability and have a class to do sample questions. This activity can take 2-3 days depending on how much time is allotted per day.
To begin, students would visit each station and follow the steps on the direction sheet. They will record their data on the "Probability Stations Student WS". Data collection is done in may different ways (i.e. tallies, line plots, etc.) for students to practice many different skills. After data collection from the students each student will then use the data to find the experimental probability and the theoretical probability on "Probability Stations Experimental vs. Theoretical" worksheet. This allows students to see the difference in finding the different probabilities and to see how more trials causes the experimental probability to become closer to the theoretical probability.