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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.

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These three presentations cover lessons from the basics of probability of one event up to the probability of more than one event represented on tree diagrams or on a sample space.

Teacher input, pupil questions & 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

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.

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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: 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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♦ Grades 1-3:
Addition
Arrays
Balancing Equations
Coins
Estimating Sums
Expanded Form
Fact Families
Greater Than Less Than
Long Division
Missing Addends
Multiplication Word Problems
Number Bonds Word Problems
Skip Counting
Subtraction
Telling Time
♦ Grades 3-5:
Balancing Equations
Capacity
Comparing Decimals
Decimals
Elapsed Time
Expanded Form
Exponents
Fact Families
Factors & Multiples
Fractions
Fractions on a Number Line
Greater Than Less Than
Greatest Common Factors
Least Common Multiple
Long Division
Mean, Median, Mode, & Range
Metric Measurement
Mixed Numbers
Multiplication
Number Patterns
Order of Operations
Percents
Place Value
Prime & Composite Numbers
Prime Factorization
Probability
Properties of Mult.
Rounding
Word Problems
♦ Grades 6-8:
Customary Measurements
Fractions: Add & Sub, Decimals, & Percents
Fractions: Equivalent & Reducing Fractions
Greater Than Less Than
Improper Fractions & Mixed Numbers
Integers
Operations with Fractions
Rational Numbers
Ratios
Simple Interest
♦ Geometry:
3D Shapes
Angle Pair Relationships
Area of a Circle & Composite Figures
Circumference of a Circle
Missing Angles
Perimeter
Polygons
Pythagorean Theorem
Quadrilaterals
Surface Area of Rectangular Prisms
Volume & Surface Area of Cylinders
Volume of Cones, Rectangular Prisms, & Triangular Prisms
♦ Algebra:
Absolute Value
Combining Like Terms
Distributive Property
Equations
Evaluating Expressions
Inequalities
Linear Equations
Polynomials
Proportions
Quadratic Equations
Scientific Notation
Simplifying Expressions
Slope
System of Equations
Two Step & Multi Step Equations
Writing Expressions

This is a full lesson that I used for an interview. It has progress ladder to do at the start then learning is consolidated and you redo the progress ladder midway through the lesson in purple to show progress made. It is then followed by questions to do in books and an exam style plenary question

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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.

Full lesson on Promethean software, for teaching the introduction to probability and the probability scale , including:
-differentiated learning objectives
-key words
-slides containing examples for use when teaching the content
- differentiated questioning

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 ...

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

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

In this Maths tutorial from Davitily we learn about basic probability.

looking at the language of probability

Great probability plenary. Assesses the understanding of the topic probability. Aimed at year 8 students.

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This bundle puts together lessons on the probability from the basics of a single event up to the probability of more than one event found through a tree diagram

Sample Space Probability Homework

Presentation for teaching Probability
Covers:
Meaning of probability
Calculating a Single probability
Fractions, Decimals and Percentage expressions
Drawing and labeling probability lines
Constructing a probability tree
Calculating a two step probability using fractions
Created for teaching Maths Functional Skill (Level 1 and Level 2) to adults. Suitable for lower ability KS3 and KS4 (especially for GCSE exam revision).

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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