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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/

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!

Use with numeral dice OR change board for use with dot dice.

Chance Data activity: Roll dice and colour the square above the number (or fill in the number). See which number wins.

Kids will love these math games with dice! Using dice for math can make a boring worksheet come alive.

Kids will love these math games with dice! Using dice for math can make a boring worksheet come alive. You can use these dice games in a math center/workstation, extra practice after a lesson, revi.

Fun With Firsties: sorting Probability cards according to likelihood

Marzano's cooperative learning-Fun With Firsties: sorting Probability cards according to likelihood

Really good ideas for teaching skip counting

I’ve been teaching skip counting in kindergarten for years. Each year I do it a little different, but use the Rainbow Skip Counting set from my TpT store during our study. This year I finally discover

These Math Posters provide an engaging visual for Probability Vocabulary. Posters include; Title Page - can be used as a header Definition Page - What is Probability? Probability Scale/Chart - color coded Impossible Unlikely Even Chance Likely Certain. Each type of probability includes definition and example of the probability type. They can be displayed as a continuum. © Tales From Miss D

These Math Posters provide an engaging visual for Probability Vocabulary. Title Page - can be used as a header Definition Page - What is

A great visual for Probability…not on the blog…just this picture

Probability anchor chart - only I'd put more likely and less likely on the same circle, to show the relationship - same with certain and impossible

This has good examples of questions that may be asked in an interview: Tips, Trick and Advice for giving a great teacher interview!

As I begin a new job hunt for the first time in 7 years I have been searching the internet for all that I need to know so I am prepared. While I was searching I started to think that there are thousands of education students who will also be graduating.