After playing both "The Game of Skunk" and "Bonkers" (both games are available for free) use this worksheet to compare. Skunk and Bonkers are both based on probability and compound events, but the likelihood of the favorable outcomes in each
Use the idea of multiple orders at a restaurant to help guide your students through combining like terms!
For example, an order that reads, "Hamburger, cheeseburger, cheeseburger, fries, fries, and three drinks" can be simplified.
Skunk is a game of probability involving two dice. Students are guided through the game and asked to make strategies based on various outcomes they experience. In the end, they decide if the game has a strategy or if it's purely a game of luck and
Bonkers is a game of probability used with dice. Used primarily to demonstrate that the sum of a pair of dice is a compound event and that, while each SIDE has an equal chance of being rolled, each SUM does not. Goes well with my other worksheets: