#### Probability Game

Probability game based on american game show jeopardy

#### Functional Skills Maths Revision Bundle both levels

This is a complete revision bundle for functional skills maths level 1 and level 2 includes both my revision guides and answers. Plus the fact sheets and the revision bingo. I have also added for a limited time my bridging the gap resource

#### Functional Skills Maths Level 2 Revision Pack

This is a revision document for functional skill maths level 2 students. It includes examples and questions to help get ready for end of term exams. All topics included and a revision checklist broken down by topic. Number, Measure and Statistics. Topics included are from the the functional skills maths papers. 50 pages altogether Please leave a review

#### Venn Diagrams Homework Sheet with Answers

Venn diagrams homework sheet with answers. Sheet includes practice, AQA multiple choice question, problem solving and feedback sheet.

#### Cluedo - Mixed Revision

Adapted resource from @danwalker (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/algebra-cluedo-6339269) Questions on Mixed topics in maths.

#### Laurel vs. Yanny Lesson

This is a Powerpoint lesson and worksheet based on the ‘Laurel or Yanny’ soundclip debate that is going viral! When people listen to the clip, some people seem to hear it as ‘Laurel’ and others seem to hear ‘Yanny’. This fun lesson is a simple data handling activity that can be made suitable for KS2 or KS1 classes. Pupils will listen to the sound clip and then record the responses in a frequency table and block graph, Included in the Powerpoint are also some data processing questions, starting with straight forward questions that simply require intepreting of the data for younger classes and going on to more difficult questions involving fractions, percentages and ratios for KS2. Included in this resource: Powerpoint file (fully editable) Worksheet

#### Year 6 Investigations - White Rose Maths - Football World Cup 2018 Themed

This resource contains four sets of resources designed to consolidate some of the work undertaken in the White Rose Maths Scheme small steps Year 6 programme. The theme for this investigation resource is the 2018 Football World Cup. It is intended to be used in weeks 8 - 11 of the Summer Term. The resource contains worksheets and activities on Year 6 National Curriculum Maths Objectives. Click on the individual links for further details Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide

#### GCSE 9-1 Statistics + Probability (Bundle)

These carefully selected compilations of exam questions have fully-worked solutions designed for students to go through at home, saving valuable time in class. Click 👉 tes.com/…/Exam Question Bundles… to download the other four bundles.&lt;hr&gt;I usually print these questions as an A5 booklet and issue them in class or give them out as a homework. I also make them available for a student who wants to do focused independent study on a topic.&lt;hr&gt;👍If you like this resource, then please rate it and/or leave a comment💬. If the rate-resource button on this page doesn’t work, then go to your ratings page by clicking 👉 www.tes.com/…/rate-resources…

#### Year 6 Investigations (White Rose) Set 2 - Week 9 - 2018 Football World Cup Themed Resource

This resource contains the second set in a series of 4 sets of resources designed to consolidate some of work undertaken in the White Rose Maths Scheme small steps Year 6 programme. The theme for this investigation resource is the 2018 Football World Cup. It is intended o be used in week 9 of the Summer Term. The resource contains worksheets and activities on the following National Curriculum Objectives Use simple formula expressed in words Solve number problems Generate and describe linear number sequences Convert between standard units of time Solve problems involving the calculations of percentages, decimal fractions and fractions for comparison Associate a fraction with division to calculate decimal fraction equivalents&lt;/p&gt; Worksheets and Activities Triangular Numbers - tasks include the investigation of triangular numbers. Number Patterns -this involves calculating the the number of group matches that are played in each group, an investigation into how many matches would be played in groups of varying sizes and the investigation of number patterns. Calculations - tasks include the calculation of the number of matches that will be played during the World Cup and an investigation of how many hours of football will be played. This focuses on the completion of group tables, a summative World Cup football group table and the population of the round of 16, quarter-final, semi-final, final and third place play off tables. Percentages and Probability -an investigation into the probability of countries from the different confederations winning the World Cup. Year 6 Investigations (White Rose) Set 1 Week 8 - 2018 Football World Cup Themed Resource Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide To be kept informed of new resources click here and follow.

#### Probability

Introduce your students to probability. Teach them to find prbability on number line.

#### Experimental Probability using Revels Sweets

A great way to recap probability or introduce the idea of experimental probability and tree diagrams. Lots of avenues for extension. I used 1 standard (small) pack of revels between 3 pupils and let them work in groups - watch out for allergies! You can build the tables and tree diagram for one group on the board if necessary but it’s also handy to discuss good data collection tables and bad ones. There are lots of questions to answer on the slides but you can also extend groups to create their own questions and investigate their data further. Discussing which group had the best pack based on the contents is also sure to raise a debate! If you use this resource please leave a review!

#### 9-1 Maths GCSE Exam Paper - 2C

Foundation Tier Exam Paper Calculator Targets 1-5 ( 2C-F) Mark scheme Provided The practice papers meets all the requirements of the new specification of Maths GCSE 9-1

#### Go and Find - Probability Revision Activity

A fun class activity. I call it “Go and Find”. Give each pair of pupils an answer sheet, and they have to ‘collect’ tabs of paper from around the classroom, each with an answer on them. There aren’t enough answers for every pair to get one each, so they are competing against eachother. They lose points for incorrect answers, and there are a few red herrings to catch misconceptions. Takes a bit of set up but well worth it! Answers, pupil instructions and example of pupil work included. Can be adapted for different abilities, just be sure to change the answers on the excel document. Please leave feedback if you use this in class; I haven’t seen resources like this on tes so would love to know how it works in other classrooms!

#### Introduction to Probability

Lesson is based on an understanding of fractions.

#### California Rescue Centre - Probability task

This was a plenary I created for an interview class on probability. The task requires students to work in groups and decide which two sites to build a rescue centre for the Californian mudslides and wildfires. Literacy and verbal reasoning required in addition to numeracy skills as the information pack may change students’ minds… Students enjoyed the exercise and the real-life application of what they had just learnt during the lesson.

#### Combined Events: Probability Worksheet

A worksheet containing two questions on combined events. The first one looks at all the possible outcomes of picking a disk out of one box AND/OR one out of the other box. It then has some questions on the probabilities of certain outcomes. The second question looks at the possible combinations of pizzas given some rules (ex. you can have 2 veggies and 1 meat on the pizza) followed by some probability questions around this. Great way to save students from writing questions down. This worksheet can easily be turned into slides or an over head to simplify taking up these questions as a class.

#### Combined Events Worksheet

This probability worksheet contains two examples. It requires students to fill in a two way table for the possible outcomes of rolling two dice and summing them together, then answer probability questions based on this. The second question follows a similar format but is on the sum of the outcomes of spinning a spinner twice. This worksheet helps hammer home to students that there are 36 possible outcomes (not 12) when rolling two dice and adding the results. This worksheet is a great way to save students time from writing down questions and creating tables. It allows more time to be focused on the mathematics and can easily be put up on a slide of overhead to take up the worksheet as a class.

#### Choice: Probability

A work sheet on choice in probability. This worksheet contains two questions involving Drake and one extra example. This requires students to create tree diagrams to figure out the number of ticket options for a drake concert, the number of outfit options drake has etc. and also asks students to then find the probability of certain combinations. I used this with my Transition years (15 year olds) and they enjoyed it.

#### Edexcel GCSE Mathematics Revision Resources

A collection of worksheets and powerpoints which are perfect for revision with Y11 in the GCSE run in. Included are capture/recapture, counting combinations, man hours, quadratic inequalities, quadratic sequences and Venn Diagrams.

#### Deal or No Deal Probability Game Resources & Rules

I came across this blog online about re-creating a Deal or No Deal maths game for a probability lesson: http://www.teachforever.com/2008/02/lesson-idea-probability-using-deal-or.html The blog writer had purchased a Deal or No Deal Board Game set. I did not have access to this, so made all the resources for this myself. I also wrote an adapted version of the rules that would better suit my needs for it in the classroom. The resources here maybe could have a polish, and not all are necessary for the game but it took me a while to put this altogether and work out the rules, so I am hoping to save the time of someone else. Necessary for game: Rules Board with Probability Recommend: Cash cards for authenticity Optional: Envelope Labels (you could just use envelopes or pieces of paper) Bank Cards (the same as cash cards but for the banker, I did not use) Card backs (just to make the cards look nicer) I am running this with 2 lower set year 9 groups, but it could be used with higher year 7s through to lower 10s.

#### GCSE Maths Mixed Questions

Mixed GCSE maths questions

#### Probability Mastery Worksheet

This is a mastery worksheet that encompasses fluency, reasoning, problem solving, keywords and misconceptions. The purpose of this sheet is to provide differentiation, challenge and time saving for teachers. All answers are provided.

#### Probability - Tree diagram

The matter is good for students from Grade 7 onwards. It trains the student to predict all the possible outcomes in preparation for future calculations.

#### Cluedo - Probability and Statistics

Adapted resource from @danwalker (https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/algebra-cluedo-6339269) Revision of Probability and Statistics Topics

#### Probability

Worksheet 1 and 2: Experiments for probability (Coin toss, choosing colour from bag, deck of cards, dice) Worksheet 3: Children have to write probability of events happening Certain, likely, unlikely, impossible Children have to work out probability using fractions

#### Shakespeare starter tasks for every subject!

I’ve designed this for the whole school, specifically to celebrate Shakespeare’s birthday. There are some video links for students to watch but there should be a link to each subject (apart from ICT - apologies) The idea is that students are made aware of the idea that Shakespeare is applicable to every subject and not just English. There are also form time activities for students to complete with tutors.

#### Probability Key Words

Just a list of the key words needed when introducing the topic of Probability.

#### Probability tree diagrams

3 lessons on probability tree diagrams. Firstly where the information is already filled in which is useful for foundation. Probability tree diagrams with replacement from crossover. And probability tree diagrams without replacement for higher.

#### Probability- Mutually Exclusive Outcomes KS3-KS4

A mutually exclusive probability worksheet aimed KS3-KS4

#### Probability Bell Activity Starter

A probability starter/ bell activity aimed at KS2-KS4.

#### Number bundle! (Fractions, indices, HCF, LCM, decimals, probability, ratio, surds)

All my number resources in one handy place! £14 when sold separately, but only £11 when bought as a bundle!  21% saving! Please feel to browse the individual resources in my shop for more info on each. The bundle includes ready to go lessons, with: Starters, Animated examples and Differentiated questions with answers! Bundle includes lessons on: Adding and subtracting fractions, HCF, LCM and prime decomposition, Introduction to standard form, New GCSE 9-1 Number test and review, Place Value, Ordering decimals, ±x/ with positive and negative numbers, Introduction to probability, Mutually exclusive and sample space diagrams, Relative frequency, Venn diagrams, Tree diagrams, Introduction to ratio and proportion, Direct proportion using unitary method, Direct and inverse proportion using unitary method, Dividing amount into a given ratio, Direct proportion with constant k, Introduction to inverse proportion using k. Calculate and simplify surds, Rationalising the denominator, Expand brackets with surds. All these lessons will keep you going for weeks! I really hope this bundle helps your planning and work/life balance. Thanks =]

#### 7th Grade Math Probability Guided Notes

These probability guided notes are aligned to the 7th grade common core standards. Focus is on probability vocabulary, calculating probability, theoretical vs. experimental, frequencies and compound events. Students writing sloppy notes? Improve their engagement and understanding of probability with these guided notes. No prep, just print and go. These guided notes work great as an introduction, reinforcement or review of the material. Formatted for back-to-back printing with page numbers. Teacher can create a packet for student organization. These in-depth guided notes contain: • 1 title page • 5 pages of guided notes • 2 pages of practice • 1 lined page for extra notes • Teaching Suggestions • Complete answer key

#### Theoretical and Experimental Probability

ppt on Theoretical and Experimental Probability including word problem applications

#### Independent and Dependent Events

Ppt on Independent and Dependent Events

#### Ultimate Maths Revision for Foundation and Higher

This is an ultimate revision guide for Maths covering Foundation and Higher topics. Use this powerpoint to get yourself ready for the exams.

#### Evaluating Racial Bias in Traffic Stops

In this series of activities on evaluating racial bias in traffic stops and searches, students calculate the probabilities of drivers of different races being searched at traffic stops, and compare their findings to census data to determine if the numbers represent random sampling or show evidence of racial bias. Students begin by random sampling the color of objects in a bag, combining their data with their peers’ data to increase sample size and thus decrease sampling variability. These colors map to race data of the US driving population, which students compare to real-world numbers. Students learn about their rights during traffic stops and why race matters during interactions with police. Next, they create compound probability tree diagrams with data from the Bureau of Justice Statistics to determine probabilities of being stopped by race, which they contrast with general population data. Students interpret the data (e.g., 10% of all drivers are Black / African American, but 23% of all searched drivers are Black / African American) and form an evidence-backed conclusion about racial bias in national traffic stops. Finally, students use random sampling again to compare data for their county against their national results, bringing the issue closer to home. This project was inspired by this activity from Rico Gutstein. Topics addressed: Statistics and probability: random sampling, sampling variability, compound probability, tree diagrams, population sampling Social justice context: racial bias in the police force, legal rights during traffic stops Primary CT concept: pattern recognition. Students use real-world data to decide if there is evidence of racial bias in traffic stops and searches, computing compound probabilities and leveraging random sampling to develop their argument. Students will be able to: Use random sampling to estimate the makeup of a population Reduce sampling variability by combining their data with that of their peers to increase their sample size Create compound probability tree diagrams Materials: PowerPoint presentation Student handout Traffic stop data for your county or state from the Stanford Open Policing Project: https://openpolicing.stanford.edu/data/ Colored chips (or similar) in opaque bags for random sampling Prep: Create random sampling bags with 72 yellow chips, 12 red chips, 10 green chips and 6 blue chips. Download your state’s traffic stop data from the Stanford Open Policing Project and filter it to only traffic stops resulting in searches within your county. Create a Google Sheet document or provide another way for students to access this data.

#### Functional Skills Math revision fact-sheets L1 and L2

Two documents included both in word. Level 1 2 sided fact sheet to be used for cribbing before a functional skills maths test. Level 2 2 sided fact sheet similar to level 1 fact sheet but differentiated for L2 topics. Also includes a QR code learners can scan to get access to the document and save it on thier phones for easy revision. Please see my other functional skills resources including whole lessons from £3 and huge revision books. (jonesk5)

#### True, false or sometimes

Probability activities

#### Post SATS Maths Bundle

This resource contains a whole host of fun, exciting and challenging maths exercises which will keep your Year 6 mathematicians on their toes Post SATS. All resources come with full answer sheets

#### Listing Outcomes using lego men

Nice activity where students see how many different Lego Men they can create with heads and bodies given. I usually get students to predict how many they think they can make and then once we’ve found them all discuss why they’re predictions were correct or incorrect. There are deliberately more spaces than needed so students have to be sure when they have finished - it is always fascinating to see someone who is sure they have all the pairs try to fill in the missing pairs “because there are spaces left”.