Worksheets: Rock, Paper, Scissors Probability

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 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.

Teaching Probability and Risk with Skunk - Read the Rules Here: 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. On top of the intrinsic reward of winning, and the excitement of chance, SKUNK is an incredibly low-prep game that requires no more than paper and dice!

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!

Freebielicious: Meet Ms. White from First Grade Blue SKies and get a Heads or Tails math freebie using pennies

White from First Grade Blue SKies and get a Heads or Tails math freebie using pennies

Here's an activity where students sort probability statements into the categories certain and impossible. Includes center materials and a cut and paste version for students.

This sort will help your students with the vocabulary terms 'certain' and 'impossible'. It includes cards for whole group use, as well as an independent cut and paste version.

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

Numerous interactive mathematics games for teaching about probability/chance

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.

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

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

Possible or Impossible Sentence Sort with 32 fun and silly sentences for kids to sort. Great for introducing probability!! Or a fun vocabulary lesson or just for fun reading practice! You can also cut the pictures and sentences apart and have kids match them together as great fun reading practice!

Probability Math Center: Possible or Impossible Sentence Sort

Possible or Impossible Sentence Sort with 32 fun and silly sentences for kids to…

Activities: Probability Card Game Comparing theoretical and experimental probability.

Probability Card Game

Fourth Grade Probability & Statistics Activities: Probability Card Game

Here's a fun western animated video to introduce probability.

Here's a fun western animated video to introduce probability. Great introduction to zero probability, a probability of and several in between.

Likely or Unlikely? Teaching Probability

Likely or Unlikely? Teaching Probability (Create Dream Explore)

Good idea to teach probability to the kids

"What are the Chances?" - A probability lesson for middle school math! This is a probability lesson where students design and test their own probability experiment. The lesson requires students to understand and calculate theoretical and experimental probabilities. Includes student record sheets and a teacher example to use as a model for students.

"What Are the Chances?" - A Probability Lesson

"What are the Chances?" - A probability lesson for middle school math!

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

coin flipping activities for studying probability, or as an enrichment when studying money

Have students organize a variety of events for probability. Organize them into certain, likely, unlikely and impossible.

Five for Friday: Saturday Edition!

This is a great activity for teaching probability to first and second grade. and grade students can organize a variety of events for probability. Organize them into certain, likely, unlikely and impossible. Perfect for a data management unit.

Probability Task Cards with Recording sheet **STACHE THEMED  This set of cards covers skills such as: **determining the probability of an event **stating whether an event is certain, impossible, least likely, most likely, or equally likely **compound events **combinations $

Probability Task Cards

Probability Task Cards with Recording sheet **STACHE THEMED This set of cards covers skills such as: **determining the probability of an event **stating whether an event is certain, impossible, least likely, most likely, or equally likely **compound events **combinations $

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