# Probability worksheets

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Spring into spring with some probability practice.

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.

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Focus of LessonReview probability-related vocabulary and work on math literacy. This activity can be completed with or without the word bank. This could serve as bell work, an exit ticket, a math center, or an assignment.Vocabulary termscertain, outcome, mutually exclusive, sample space, independe...

These dynamically created Probability Worksheets are great for learning and practicing the concept of probability.

Here's a great opportunity for your child to practice probability! He'll solve word problems about the probability of choosing an item from a group.

Practice probability with the days of the week! Your child will learn to find the probability of picking a random day on the calendar.

These dynamically created Probability Worksheets are great for learning and practicing the concept of probability.

Experimental Probability.pdf

Identifying outcomes using an M&M packet Using everyday language such as 'will happen', 'won't happen' or 'might happen'(ACMSP024) Describe outcomes as 'likely' or 'unlikely' and identify some events as 'certain' or 'impossible' (ACMSP047) Students graph contents of the packet and discuss. ...

Here you'll find some fantastic probability and graphing anchor charts.

Explore probability with these engaging, hands-on probability activities! This set includes 6 low-prep probability stations perfect for practicing probability skills and critical thinking. Quick and easy setup plus clear student directions make these activities perfect for centers or substitute days...

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This product will challenge your students to think outside the box. Students will begin by reviewing the age old game of Rock, Paper, Scissor and together you will discuss the probability of winning, losing, and getting a tie. To extend this, the students will then create their own game adding 2 a...

Get some practice with probability! With this exercise, your child will practice using fractions to express probability of different outcomes.