9 ways to help students really *get* simple probability. Includes resources for hooks/anticipatory sets, practice, and enrichment. A mix of technology based resources, print and go materials, and a free game for whole class review.

9 Activities for Simple Probability You Will Love

9 ways to help students really *get* simple probability. Includes resources for hooks/anticipatory sets, practice, and enrichment. A mix of technology based resources, print and go materials, and a free game for whole class review.

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

Rock, Paper, Scissors Probability

Probability anchor chart - incorporating vocabulary, spinners, fractions and chance, as well as a scale.

Probability anchor chart - incorporating vocabulary, spinners, fractions and chance, as well as a scale.

Check out this free game and 8 other activity ideas for simple probability activities that engage students!

9 Activities for Simple Probability You Will Love

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

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

Tired of the Same Ol' Graphing Questions? Check out this post for a fun and engaging data management graphing idea!

Graphing Activities to add to your Data Management Unit!

Likely or Unlikely? Teaching Probability through games and spinners. This is a great way to make math fun! $

Likely or Unlikely? Teaching Probability

Likely or Unlikely? Teaching Probability through games and spinners. This is a great way to make math fun! $

Students place 10 cubes on the numbers they predict they will roll..  Students take turns rolling two dice.  If they roll a number that they have covered, they take the cube off that number.  Students keep on playing until someone has removed all their cubes from their game board.

Students place 10 cubes on the numbers they predict they will roll.. Students take turns rolling two dice. If they roll a number that they have covered, they take the cube off that number. Students keep on playing until someone has removed all their cubes from their game board.

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:

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:

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