In a quick two minute video, learn how to play "Skunk", a game based on probability, great for the math classroom.

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Activities: Card Probability 4th-5th grade

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Here are a few coin flipping activities for studying probability. Love the game Heads & Tails played on a snake!

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Rock, Paper, Scissors Probability: I have to change this to rock, paper, scissors, lizard, Spock.

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Originally found on Kidscount1234. It's called, Clear the Board, & covers skills such as counting & probability. The object of game is simple... Students place 10 cubes on the #s they predict they will roll.. Students take turns rolling two dice. If they roll a # that they have covered, they take the cube off that #. Students keep on playing until someone has removed all their cubes from their game board.

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Deal or no deal- Math Probability game. I plan on doing this with the probability unit next year!

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Probability Game. You can do this with two color counters too! I call it "Shake and Spill".

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There are various ideas for a probability math carnival

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Leprechaun Luck Probability Game - Free math game for exploring basic probability concepts using this game board and Lucky Charms cereal.

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SKUNK is a classroom classic – it involves risk, reward, and math that teaches concepts like probability and chance. SKUNK is an incredibly low-prep game that requires no more than paper and dice! RULES: http://www.mathfilefoldergames.com/teaching-probability-and-risk-with-skunk/

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