Use this comprehensive pack of differentiated Print-n-Go Sheets to teach and reinforce conceptual knowledge of Chance and Probability. The hands-on interactive activities will also facilitate practical application and enable students to work with the concrete in order to understand the abstract. Moreover the activities are sure to make the teaching of Theoretical and Experimental probability not just easy but pure fun! ITEMS INCLUDED Cover pages for each section, if compiling sheets into a booklet. 1. The Probability Scale; Words Describing Chance: ♦ Definitions and given scenarios♦ Chance and Data (language of chance); class survey: favourite food; favourite sport2. Theoretical Probability: Manipulatives, spinner numbers, spinner names, spinner colours, marbles, dice numbers, playing cards3.Theoretical Probability: possible outcomes using Tree Diagrams and Grids ♦ two coins ♦ a coin and a dice ♦ a dice and a spinner 4. Theoretical and Experimental Probability: ♦ Rolling a six-sided dice a given number of times.♦ Tossing two coins a given number of times.♦ Spinning a spinner a given number of times.♦ Picking an M&M colour a given number of times.5. Experimental Probability: ♦ Dice roll to find the number of trials and relative frequency of the numbers rolled.♦ Group experiment to toss a coin a given number of times and record the total heads, total tails, total outcomes, and relative frequencies of heads and tails (fractions and decimals) for each group. This is to prove the law of large numbers that indicate that as the number of trials increase, the relative frequencies tend to get closer to the expected value (0.5) of tossing a coin.6. Word Problems for both theoretical and experimental probability outcomes: This section features ‘Work with Teacher’ and ‘Student Practice’ pages. The ‘Work with Teacher’ page will enable you to demonstrate the solution for each problem. I work on the PDF version of the file on the I-pad. This is projected on the interactive whiteboard (via a VGA cable) as I show annotations and working out of the problems. The ‘Student Practice’ pages will enable your students to practise the problem-solving strategies modelled by you in the ‘Work with Teacher’ pages. Problems are the same format with only a change in the numbers. Nature of Problems: ♦ Picking a favourable outcome from given possible outcomes.♦ Problems pertaining to coin tosses and dice rolls♦ Real-life problem: left-handed, right-handed people ♦ Problems involving possible combinations shown via a tree diagram ♦ Problems with Spinner spins→ Also included 18 colourful and meaningful vocabulary cards.