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This a great product to get your students excited about probability. I usually use this lesson after I have introduced the basic concepts of probability and combination. Great common core activity!You will use jelly beans to: determine likelihood of an event calculate probability There is also a page to practice combinations.

### Splash: An Area and Perimeter Board Game

Splash: An Area and Perimeter Board Game

### Algebra Statistics Probability Task Cards

This set of 20 cards reviews basic probability concepts using dice and a standard deck of playing cards. These are appropriate for grades 6 - 9. By using a familiar and limited sample space, students will less likely get confused by the rules and be able to grasp the concepts fulfilling the CCS for Probability. They will be learning based on familiar topics, but expand their cognitive thinking skills with the questions asked.

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### Valentine Literacy Activities 3rd-5th Grade

No-Prep literacy activities for Valentine's Day!

### Valentine Math and Literacy Bundle

Fantastic resource! Math and Literacy for Valentine's Day!

### Likely or Unlikely? Teaching Probability

Creative teaching tips, ideas, and resources for math, literacy and more *technology tips, inquiry based learning*

### Data Collection Activity - Our Favorite Dessert

Data Collection Activity for the whole class. This data activity is a whole -class activity which has your students performing all the essential steps of data collection. The activity is based on students’ favorite dessert. It begins with students voting for their favorite dessert (choosing from cupcakes, pie, ice-cream and donuts) and creating a tally chart using the results. Using their tally chart, they then create a bar graph to represent the results. Next, students answer a set of…

### Spring Cause and Effect Games

This is a collection of 3 cause and effect games with a spring theme. This set includes:1. Color game board2. Black and White game board3. 32 game cards that students read and identify cause and effect4. 12 cause game cards that students match to effect game cards5. 12 effect game cards that students match to cause game cards6. 18 "What is the cause?" game cards7. 18 "What is the effect?" game cards8.

Great idea for a measurement anchor chart to help kids visualize length. Could easily create one for the metric system.

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