Probability using Spinners and Dice – Teach experimental and theoretical probability in a style students will really understand concretely. This activity contains 12 pages of useful handouts to help students systemically understand the differences between experimental, theoretical and compound probability. Included are tally sheets, experimental and/or theoretical sheets for calculating the probability in fraction, decimal and percentage form and a sheet to compare the differences. Spinners with four colors, six colors, six numbers, ten numbers and die with six numbers each have all four sheets. Generic sheets are included for other possible experiments. I have used these many times with great success and fun. Also, check out “Probability using Colored Cubes” as a follow up activity with more challenges for students.