Probability can be an exciting math topic to cover and it can come in handy when playing games. I wanted to create a fun probability lesson for kids and got a bit carried away. It turned into a unit. The packet is 22 pages long and includes material to facilitate understanding as well as activities.
The topics cover coins, dice, and random selections and are best covered in a total of eight sessions. Kids who understand fractions will get the most out of this unit, but even very young kids will enjoy the simple activities.
There are two versions of the packet; one with answers and one without. The answers are in red text. Please feel free to print this probability unit out for personal or classroom use, and don’t forget to have fun learning about probability.
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