# Probability games

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### Remove one is a great game to introduce or reinforce probability concepts! Blog post explains how it works.

Jennie Marmion saved to steam activities

### Rock... paper... scissors! Discover a bit more about the math behind this childhood game with this exercise in probability.

Jennifer Weikle saved to math

### Giant playing cards are a fun way to demonstrate and practice with probability. Check out all the must-have tools that bump up the engagement in my math classroom!

Math Idea Galaxy saved to Middle School Math Games

### Learn about probability with 4 probability worksheets & games that use hands-on items to keep kids engaged and make the concept click.

Kelsey Sprenger saved to Teaching fractions

### Click here to download a FREE PDF version of this game to file away for later! SKUNK is a classroom classic – it involves risk, reward, and math that teaches concepts like probability and chance. O…

Candace Wismer saved to Math Ideas

### 9 ways to help students really *get* simple probability. Includes resources for hooks/anticipatory sets, practice, and enrichment. A mix of technology based resources, print and go materials, and a free game for whole class review.

### Description Probability Printable Activities for First and Second. This product includes 7 printable activities for teaching probability. These activities are all in black and white (printer friendly). Writing is incorporated into this probability pack along with games to help teach probability. There is also an activity for students to apply critical thinking and problem solving skills to probability as they determine how to help out the President of a board game company. Included: Likely…

Ariana Gattone saved to Teaching

### Looking for a fun way to teach probability? You're in luck! The Leprechaun Luck Game is a freebie that allows kids to explore probability in an exciting game of chance. In order to win, your students will need a bit of luck, but they'll also discover that there's more than luck involved in winning.

Laura Candler saved to Laura Candler's Freebies