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Rock... paper... scissors! Discover a bit more about the math behind this childhood game with this exercise in probability.
Jennifer Weikle saved to math
Giant playing cards are a fun way to demonstrate and practice with probability. Check out all the must-have tools that bump up the engagement in my math classroom!
Math Idea Galaxy saved to Middle School Math Games
Remove one is a great game to introduce or reinforce probability concepts! Blog post explains how it works.
Jennie Marmion saved to steam activities
Probability- the scale of probability, illustrated with spinners, choosing from a paper bag, and fractions. Math terms include, always, certain, never, likely, etc.
Learn about probability with 4 probability worksheets & games that use hands-on items to keep kids engaged and make the concept click.
Kelsey Sprenger saved to Teaching fractions
Description *UPDATED! The file has been updated to include options for different terminology (i.e. the original "likely, unlikely, certain & impossible" terms are still included but options to use "impossible, possible, & certain" are now included as well). These probability printables are sure to help your kiddies get a better grasp on the sometimes difficult concept of probability and likelihood. Key math words (likely, unlikely, certain, and impossible) are used consistently throughout…
Growing Grade by Grade: Probability Anchor Chart
Teach probability with LEGO bricks, and then graph your results. This is a fun and engaging LEGO math activity for kids.
Sara Wuellner saved to Activities for the babies
Description This is a FREE GOOGLE SLIDES resource on the probability of randomly choosing a certain color of a Skittle in a bowl of Skittles. Students will watch a video that shows 4 examples on how to calculate the probability. They will use this video to help them calculate the problems in the Google Slides. You will be given a link that you can place in your Google Classroom. This resource is great because it involves NO PREP and has a video embedded in the resource.
Jeanna Bryson saved to Math stuff
Bar graphs, line graphs, pie charts, and more!
Kate Duffus saved to COVID-19 Homeschool