Challenge and extend your students as they learn about probability. Instead of asking students to list the probability of an event, students are given the information about possible outcomes and asked to list how much of each option there is.
Example: Suppose you are given this information about rolling a number cube.
P(2) = 1/3
P(4) = 1/2
P(6) = 1/6
What numbers are marked on the faces of the cube?
Once your students have mastered probability, give them these task cards to test their knowledge, or just give these to your students that could use some harder problems.
Task cards can be used in multiple ways in your classroom! I love getting my students out of their seats and moving around the room.