5 Probability Center Activities + 5 Activity Worksheets/Recording Sheets
* Differentiated learning tasks included
Costume Probability: Students use a list of costume accessories to create a tree diagram to determine the number of possible costume combinations. They also answer questions about the accessories (relates to adding and subtracting money).
Ice Cream Probability: Students use 12 ice cream cut-outs to create an outcome list or tree diagram to determine the number of possible outcomes. This set comes with differentiated worksheets that work with students at different levels.
Bubblegum Probability: Students determine the likelihood of choosing gumballs, or determine the theoretical probability of choosing gumballs. This set comes with 2 sets of 8 probability problems (16 total). The sets are the same, but are geared toward different ability levels.
Roll My Number: Students roll a die a set number of times and record the numbers rolled in the tables provided. Then, they determine the theoretical and experimental probability.
Trash Ball Probability: Students record the number of baskets of each of their teammates. Then, they determine whether their teammate will make their next shot based on the probability.