This 8-door foldable contains everything you need to know about basic probability of simple, independent events.
To create: Fold on the solid lines and cut on the dotted lines (located inside so that students cut in the right place).
The 3 windows on the left side introduce important vocabulary and the difference between theoretical and experimental probability.
The 5 windows on the right cover the probability continuum from impossible (0) to certain (1). Students get to create their own examples of impossible, unlikely, equally likely as not, likely, and certain events in terms of real life, rolling a number cube, and selecting a tile out a bag containing 1 green tile, 2 red tiles, 3 yellow tiles, and 6 blue tiles (can be found in the foldable under the theoretical probability tab).
My students love completing this as a review to probability before we begin compound independent events and tree diagrams.
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