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

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.

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

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 the whole class.

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.