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Probability anchor chart (picture only)

A two page worksheet used to study probability using m&m candy, using snack size bags. This is a great way to get students to understand experimental and theoretical probability. This file now includes a poster for the definition of each of the two terms.

Probability worksheets activities and games for younger kids!

Whew! What a busy, week! I can only imagine next week, but hey... Santa's almost here...what should we expect?! We did a lot of fun thing...

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

Probability math stations and worksheets for younger kids

Fun With Firsties, probability, math lesson, worksheets, assessment, activities

Fun With Firsties, probability, math lesson, worksheets, assessment, activities

Remove one is a great game for your middle school math students, to introduce or reinforce probability concepts! This blog post explains this engaging math game. #math #probability

This Probability Package contains worksheets, word wall words, posters, task cards, a match game, a test, and a word search. It is aimed at second grade, but some activities can be used in first and third grade as well.

Hope you are having a great day and a wonderful week! Happy Teacher Appreciation Day!

Hi friends! We worked our little booties off today!! I was out yesterday with Jury Duty..so there was no time to waste today! We learned all out the sound of {ow and ou} today. We mainly focused on {ow} today. We will work more with {ou} tomorrow. The picture cards came from the amazing Cara …

Introduce your kids to probability in a fun and easy way with this cute set of coloring probability worksheets. These are great for grade 4 and up. #probability #freemathresources #mathcoloringpages #funmathpractice @mathgeekmama

Probability worksheets activities and games for younger kids!!

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