# Probability games

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

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.

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

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

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

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/

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

There are various ideas for a probability math carnival

Deal or No Deal Probability Game!! SO fun for kids to learn probability with a hands on game approach. One buyer said: "First we watched an episode of Deal or no Deal. Then the kids got to be the banker vs contestant with this activity. Very popular! They're begging to do it again."

Here's a page with links to a number of interactive probability activities.