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

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.

Chance Data and Probability standard: Understand and apply basic concepts of probability.

Great way to show the students probability and the classroom can be opened with a Rock, Paper, Scissor challenge for fun and to get the students wondering what they will be learning that day.

This probability game gets students to think about different possibilities and the likelihood of occurrence. Standard: Understand and apply basic concepts of probability // Develop and evaluate inferences and predictions that are based on data

A Middle School Survival Guide: Guess the Probability Stations

Marzano's Homework and Practice- Fun With Firsties: Our Probability Unit: worksheets, activities, lessons, and assessment