My students do not use interactive notebooks, just three-ring binders, so I wanted something appropriate for that. Simple and straight-forward, includes one example to be led by teacher with one You Try for students to do themselves.
A hands-on experiment I use after introducing theoretical probability. Students calculate how many times they should theoretically get tails before they begin, then calculate new probabilities as they go along based on their experiments.
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Students must sort 18 cards into 4 sets - and not all of them have the same number of cards. Print cards on colored paper, laminate and cut them. Answer sheets can be printed on white paper.
For scaffolding, I recommend pre-filling in some of the