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

Rock, Paper, Scissors Probability

Worksheets: Rock, Paper, Scissors Probability Awesome for students to engage in! Is the probability for rocks, paper, and scissors the same?

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. A great resource to have hanging in the classroom while students are learning probability.

Probability worksheets activities and games for younger kids!!

Probability MEGA Pack of Math Stations Worksheets and Activities

PROBABILITY AND PROBLEM SOLVING. Children describe event as likely or less likely and create the probability examples. Children reflect on the process of mathematical problem solving. I would provide a real jar and color marbles.

Activities: Card Probability 4th-5th grade

Card Probability

Card Probability Game - Dealing three cards to each player, the player should match whether the middle card is higher or lower than the two other cards that are faced up. The game ends when the players amassed all of the cards in the deck.

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

Probability Task Card and Poster Set - Perfect for Math Centers and Classroom Games like Scoot for Grades 3-6!  Awesome resource for my classroom!

Probability Task Cards and Poster Set

Probability Task Card and Poster Set - Perfect for Math Centers and Classroom Games like Scoot for Grades Awesome resource for my classroom!

This looks like a great activity for students to create graphs.

Graphing Twister: This would be great for a guided practice in the classroom. Have groups assign jobs and compile date. You can bring it back to full group and compare the data that was collected.

Worksheets: Spring Easter Math: Jelly Bean Probability

Spring Math: Jelly Bean Probability

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

Likely or Unlikely? Teaching Probability

Teaching Probability through games and spinners. Turning math into games will make math fun and increase student engagement.

TEKS: 1.8A Audience: 1st grade Behavior: collect, sort, and organize data by tally marks  Condition: The students will roll the dice 20 times, and record with tally marks every time a number was rolled. Then add up the tallys in the last column. Plan on using: To give students practice with counting by tally marks. Also this gives them 6 categories to organize data. Then students can compare with other students to recognize that data can be different.

Great for learning basic concepts of probability and prediction. Also useful way to represent data on a graph. Data and Probability standard: Select and use appropriate statistical methods to analyze data.

This freebie is a fun way to get your kids excited about math! Let them use those fidget spinners productively as they learn about probability. Includes 3 student response pages for predictions, data collection, and reflection plus one spinner template.

This freebie is a fun way to get your kids excited about math! Let them use those fidget spinners productively as they learn about probability. Includes 3 student response pages for predictions, data collection, and reflection plus one spinner template.

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

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

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!

Tired of the Same Ol' Graphing Questions? Check out this post for a fun and engaging data management graphing idea for and grade! This is perfect for third and fourth grade graphing or data management activities.

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