This Skittles Lab is a fun and engaging way to get students excited about finding probabilities. The experiment involves finding the theoretical and experimental probability of choosing a specific order of skittles from a bag. Students work best in
This activity allows students to come up with the Triangle Inequality Theorem on their own or with a partner. They get to experiment with different sets of line segments to see if they will work together to form a perfect triangle. This activity
This Circle shown with dividing lines to represent Complementary and Supplementary Angles can be used as a note taking resource or as a quick activity for students to cut out and fold to visualize Complementary and Supplementary Angles.
This is an introduction to how probabilities can be written. Students will see different possible answers to a probability problem and how they may appear. There is also a trial section for student to come up with their own possibilities.