#### Probability Worksheets

Two worksheets, testing basic probability with dice, coloured balls and letters. The second worksheet is more difficult and introduces sampling with and without replacement.
Full solutions included.

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Two worksheets, testing basic probability with dice, coloured balls and letters. The second worksheet is more difficult and introduces sampling with and without replacement.
Full solutions included.

It is an interesting maze game/activity. Students are supposed to solve simple probability problems to find their way through the maze.
Solution is also attached.

These 7 worksheets are aimed at the new GCSE requirement for students to use and understand Venn diagrams. They approach the topic from different angles using word problems and set notation. The sheets are mainly at foundation level and only include two sets.
Students can shade which areas on the diagram represent particular sets or subsets and then progress to sorting data based on two conditions e.g. Do you drink tea, do you drink coffee ? The later sheets also involve probability questions including conditional probabilties e.g. What is the probability that a swimmer also cycles regularly ? There is also a page for sorting numbers as multiples, factors, primes etc.
The answers are included.
GCSE 9-1 references P6, P9, N4, N2
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Worksheets and presentation that introduces Venn diagrams and extends to probability. Students have to sort numbers into Venn diagrams that are labeled ‘Factors of 12’, ‘Prime Numbers’, ‘Multiples of 3’ etc. Great for an introduction to the concept and to recap factors, multiples, primes and squares. The same idea then extends to probability where students must sort the numbers then give probabilities e.g. “What is the probability of choosing a number that is even but not prime.” Ideal for KS2, KS3 and low ability KS4 students.

Probability: These probability cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while they practice their skills with calculating probability. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.
Probability Cootie Catchers Contents:
There are 2 cootie catchers in this product, each one having 8 problems for a total of 16 problems. Students are given a word problem and are asked to determine the probability of the event happening. Answers are included for each question.
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Probability
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Why not give your class an introduction now...? It's something different that will stimulate their minds and develop thinking skills and team work.
This pack is designed to be a stand-alone lesson as an introduction to probability.
The pack contains everything you need to teach an introduction to probability. There is a comprehensive lesson plan, designed in Word format so that you can make changes to your planning as appropriate. There is also a colorful, engaging powerpoint slideshow to supplement your lesson. All activities and worksheets are included for you, so all you have to do is print and gather together your resources.
Full contents:
- Fully differentiated lesson plan
- Powerpoint slideshow
- Number cards
- Differentiated tally charts
- Differentiated activities
- Probability lines
- Homework

This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with probability.
Contents:
♦ Teacher Instructions and FAQ
♦ 3 Levels to decode: Multiple Choice, Message Decoder, and Maze
♦ Student Recording Sheet and Teacher Answer Key
♦ Link to an optional, but recommended, digital breakout room

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A powerpoint including examples, worksheets and solutions on probability of one or more events using lists, tables and tree diagrams. Also covers expectation, experimental probability and misconceptions relating to probability. Also includes some classics probability games, puzzles and surprising facts. Worksheets at bottom of presentation for printing.

Probability Bingo and Task Cards
Included in this product:
30 unique Probability bingo cards.
25 Probability calling cards (numbered to be used as task cards for independent or
small group work)
2 different task cards recording sheet
Answer Key

Bundle

19 Powerpoints covering KS4 Maths Topics in Statistics and Probability

Originally used for a GCSE Higher tier set.
Resources included:
1. SMART notebook lesson.
2. Worksheet containing the examples.
3. Worksheet containing practice questions.

This bingo game on basic probability would make a great starter for lessons on probability of multiple events and harder probability questions. Use a mastery approach and make sure your students have the prior knowledge in place to access your lesson.
No printing, copying or fussing - just a great starter to engage your students and get them ready to learn!
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This is a complete lesson on ‘Conditional Probability’ that is suitable for GCSE Higher Tier students. The lesson is designed for the new GCSE specification.
The pack contains a full lesson plan, along with accompanying resources, including a student worksheet and suggested support and extension activities.

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A powerpoint taking you from chance and probability lines, listing outcomes, the probabiliy of an event not happening and tree diagrams.

A series of lessons (2-4) on finding probabilities from a probability tree diagram. There are various tasks and problems in which probabilities remain the same and a diagram is draw and interpreted. There are also reverse problems and also algebraic problems in line with the new curriculum. The lesson then moves on to conditional probability and this is also linked to reverse problems and also algebraic problems to ensure all learners can access using and applying tree diagrams.
All tasks are differentiated to at least 3 levels. There are reasoning and problem solving tasks which are suitable for the new curriculum. All tasks have solutions so that it is easy for the pupils to mark their work. This has been used and allowed pupils to master the skill and for the more able to develop their understanding

This is a full lesson and homework for the year 1 statistics part of the course. It has a ppt covering significance and the 5% level of probability as well as how to do a sign test.
It includes 3 examples of sign test studies to practise on including one where the students carry out their own study and collate the data to show the whole process.
It also includes a homework sheet to practise sign tests, drawing conclusions and maths bits.
Answers/teacher copies are provided for the examples and homework.
A2 Stats lesson has also been uploaded and this can be bought as a bundle of all my first year lessons for RM.

This lesson is for middle to high ability KS4 students. It teaches them how to use algebra to solve probability problems where there is an unknown. There are worked solutions tot he questions on the worksheet.

A powerpoint and worksheet for teaching the new GCSE topic of Venn diagrams. The powerpoint builds up with clear examples and the worksheet has answers included.

11 pages include ...
Impossible or certain
Likely or unlikely
Throwing a fair regular dice
Alphabet probability
Jack of Diamonds is a hard card to find
Probability letters
Probability test - 25 marks
Extra worksheets ...

This is the first lesson in a series on Probability aimed at KS3 mainly, but also very apt for KS4. I have made the lessons on probability as a sequence into an excellent bundle. This first lesson is on the probability scale, looking to establish an excellent foundation in terms of understanding probability for future lessons. 17 slides + resources.
The lesson includes:
+ a starter
+ lesson objectives (differentiated)
+ keywords
+ Superb teaching slides
+ lots of different activities
+ Excellent worksheet with answers
+ plenary
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