Jump into the March Madness tournament
to apply probability
concepts to a real-world application. Great for your sports-loving students. Students explore probability first by determining the probability that a team will win. Students, further, weight teams based on historical data and/or team statistics.
This set of activities is appropriate to use as an introduction to probability
or as a culminating activity
for a probability unit.
Included in this resource:
Student pages for 3 March Madness related activities
★ Detailed guidelines for teachers
★ Multiple extension activities
Probability-related resources include:
☆ Probability Digital Math Detective for Google Drive
☆ Probability Independent and Dependent Events Paper Chain Activity
☆ Probability Math Detective Activity for engaging students
☆ Probability Task Card Activities (CCSS 7SP.7.C)
☆ Probability Theoretical Experimental Geometric Color Coded Interactive Notebook
☆ Probability Word Problems Task Card Activity
☆ Probability project-based learning - genetics and dragons for probability
☆ Permutations and Combinations Paper Chain Activity
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