Skittles probability

Skittles probability

A PPT and lesson plan that I used during inspection week which went really well! the children got to eat the Skittles at the end if they worked hard enough ;) There’s also a meme at the end that inspires some good thinking (and the children love!)
JessicaPearce
Russia World Cup Maths Activities

Russia World Cup Maths Activities

A beautifully presented set of Russia World Cup maths activities. The main activity is a World Cup simulation, which is predominantly based around probability - goals, shots on targets, etc. are determined by the role of a dice. A details PowerPoint is provided, as well as clear teacher instructions. Also included are activities that cover averages and a range of calculations. Separately from the simulation game is a stadiums activity. All super stuff - ideal for end of term.
kingpin1
Football World Cup - Probability

Football World Cup - Probability

Football World Cup - Probability Can your pupils beat the Animal to predict the World Cup Winners? Work provided as pdf files for easier printing and PowerPoint Show for presentations. Your pupils will need a coin per group. A final sheet is provided for the pupils to self assess the activity and possible errors in their predictions. A bonus penalty knockout game about Probability is also provided.
martinpk
GCSE Probability jigsaw

GCSE Probability jigsaw

Probability jigsaw. Students cut out the pieces from the output sheet and put together to create the hexagon. Solution is attached.
TenTors
World Cup Probability

World Cup Probability

Thank you to Oxfam for the layout. The probability of teams winning the world cup and how rankings play an effect. Use the ranking questions template I have added a probability codebreaker to use as well
nickvarley
World Cup Maths Puzzles!

World Cup Maths Puzzles!

These short and snappy puzzles are perfect for engaging all of the World Cup lovers in your class with a wide range of maths problems! Using real-life statistics from FIFA World Cups past and present, students approach a number of varied maths topics, whilst also gaining valuable information about their favourite teams and players. I have used these resources with a number of KS2 and KS3 classes, and have found that they work great for morning mental maths challenges or lesson starters/ fillers. Some of the maths topics covered include: statistics, percentages, charts and graphs, data handling, averages, ratios, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division, estimation and problem solving, critical thinking, and fractions. Some of the specific tasks involved include: working out the goals to games ratio of some of the best strikers, finding out which teams have the best goal difference, creating data to present performance, and comparing player statistics over different tournaments. There are 30 tasks in total, in which each the major World Cup nations are focused upon in at least one activity each. The tasks are also separated by difficulty into ‘Beginner’,‘Intermediate’, and ‘Difficult’ tasks (refer to the B, I, or D symbols in the top left of each activity). All images within this resource are licensed for commercial use, and images are cited on the final slide.
TandLGuru
World cup 2018 football based probability worksheet and dice simulation activity

World cup 2018 football based probability worksheet and dice simulation activity

4 word docs worksheets. The first is a simulation game that involves dice to determine the qualifiers from each group - based on their seeding, an average of 8 chances per match and a 1 in 6 chance of converting that into a goal. This can be played on the bbc world cup wallchart download indicated. 1 worksheet is to find all combinations of 2 qualifying teams from each World cup group, 1 to find all possible half time scores given final result and 1 to find all possible scores given the number of goals scored, with extension work to extend the results
martinplayle
Statistics: Interpreting Tables and Graphs Exam Questions (with Answers)

Statistics: Interpreting Tables and Graphs Exam Questions (with Answers)

These are exam questions on interpreting from basic tables and graphs, such as train timetables, with the main focus being the foundation tier or KS3. I predominantly use these for either homework or revision. Do view my excellent lessons on data handling. NOTE: Feel free to browse my shop for more excellent free and premium resources, and as always please rate and feedback, thank you.
ajf43
Interactive, Engaging Car Activity including Fractions, Decimals, Percentages and Probability,

Interactive, Engaging Car Activity including Fractions, Decimals, Percentages and Probability,

This is an engaging, and interactive 5 slide Powerpoint presentation which I made involving cars moving across a cartoon screen. You choose the slide you would like to test the students on and click ‘from current slide’, once the slideshow is full screen and the children are ready to view the animation you press the right arrow key and a ‘go’ symbol will drop from the top of the screen demonstrating the begininning of the process. Various cars will move from left to right, and right to left of the screen, with the aim for students to answer 5 questions such as: What is the sum of all the wheels in this animation? What is the difference in the number of cars going from left to right, in comparison to the cars going right to left What fraction of cars are yellow? What is the ratio of yellow, green and pink cars? What percentage of the cars are orange? To more challenging questions such as: If 10% of wheels get punctured during a journey, what is the expected numbers of wheels to get punctured in this animation? What is the expected probability of the car going from left to the right of the screen? If a customer wants to choose one of these cars at random what is the probability that the car is yellow, give as a fraction? What is the probability of a customer picking a yellow or a pink car, given as a percentage ? What’s the probability of a customer picking an orange car? The cars vary in colour, and starting time, which means the questions can be varied. Easy to edit the questions for yourself. If you found this resource useful please review. If you want more information see video!
skierkrowlands
Functional Skills Maths Revision Bundle both levels

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
jonesk5
Functional Skills Maths Level 2 Revision Pack

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
functionalskillsmaths1
Laurel vs. Yanny Lesson

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
KS2History
Year 6 Investigations - White Rose Maths - World Cup 2018 Themed

Year 6 Investigations - White Rose Maths - 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. Worksheets and Activities Set 1 Calculation of the mean age of England’s football squad. Selection of a team from each of the 8 football groups in the World Cup to track performance and complete performance tables. Calculation of percentages on selected statistics of England squad Selection of 5 players from England’s football squad to follow and assess performance in the World Cup. Compilation of data and statistics on players’ performance in tabular form. Pictorial representation of the data in the form of bar charts and pie graphs. Completion of results tables for selected teams and players. Set 2 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. Set 3 Tasks on a number of time and number World Cup themed time and number problems. Cost of World Cup match tickets and investigating the best deals. Investigation into the driving and flying distances and times to travel to Moscow. Investigation of the dimensions of football pitches - perimeter and area, length of diagonal, drawing to scale. World Cup players goal statistics comparison card game. Set 4 An investigation into, and comparison of, the statistics for the top 8 World Cup goal scorers involving the calculation of conversion rates for shots at goal and the mean. Investigation into the seating capacity of the stadiums being used for the World Cup matches. Calculating currency exchange from pounds to rubles and vice versa. from pounds to rubles. Calculating the cost of a trip to the World Cup including accommodation costs, cost of match tickets, flights, meals in pounds and rubles. Calculation of the weight of clothing to pack for the trip in order not to exceed the 20 kilogram baggage allowance The comparison of the number of goals scored and the size of spectators at the last five World Cup tournaments and pictorial representation of this data in the form of pie charts and bar graphs. World Cup Dice game and World Cup Penalty Shoot Out game 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
Krazikas
Year 6 Investigations (White Rose) Set 2 - Week 9 - 2018 Football World Cup Themed Resource

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</p> 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.
Krazikas
Experimental Probability using Revels Sweets

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!
prescott72
9-1 Maths GCSE Exam Paper - 2C

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
Kazmo1429
Probability

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
thesubteacher
Shakespeare starter tasks for every subject!

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

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 =]
stephigittins
7th Grade Math Probability Guided Notes

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
micsigaran
Evaluating Racial Bias in Traffic Stops

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.
eli17
Post SATS Maths Bundle

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
rich4ruth
Listing Outcomes using lego men

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”.
DurhamPotter
Football World Cup 2018 Problem Solving activity (Great to engage boys)

Football World Cup 2018 Problem Solving activity (Great to engage boys)

This is a great problem solving activity for groups to work through in small groups to plan the fixtures for the 2018 World Cup. It is great for engaging boys who maybe struggle to become integrated in group work and problem solving activities. When I used this in a class we spent 90 mins planning and the another hour in the computer lab producing a document and posters for the World Cup.
jrblack1996
4th Grade Math Assessments | Data Tracking | Common Core Math

4th Grade Math Assessments | Data Tracking | Common Core Math

4th Grade Math Assessments | Data Tracking | Common Core Math. These 4th Grade Math Assessments will enable you to assess 4th Grade Common Core Math Standards, and make it very easy to collect data on your student’s abilities in fourth grade math. These 4th Grade Math Assessments can be used in the classroom or at home. These 4th Grade Math Assessments include: #1 - Test 1 - 45 questions #2 - Test 2 - 45 questions #3 - Test 3 - 45 questions #4 - student answer sheet #5 - classroom scoring chart #6 - student scoring chart #7 - answer keys included in this resource Please see the thumbnails and preview for this resource before purchasing this product. @Little Tots Learning This is intended for use by one teacher in one classroom. It is not to be redistributed to an entire school or district. It may not be redistributed or sold online. Enjoy! Thanks for taking the time to stop by my store! Ms. Blajic Follow Little Tots Learning
Little_Tots_Learning
Mathonym generator

Mathonym generator

Mathonyms are a great way of ‘writing your name in maths’. Here is a link to the mathonym generator that I developed along with one of my students who wrote the code. It is offered FREE! We launched the App on Pi day at our annual celebrations. If you enjoy them and wish to add a letter to our database, please e mail me at
awrigley
Probability in the Melbourne Cup

Probability in the Melbourne Cup

This is a fantastic sequence of lessons that gets kids to understand probability through handicapping using the Melbourne cup as the learning stimulus. Takes about 4 sessions to complete properly and get students actively involved!
mrcarron
9-1 Maths GCSE Exam Paper -1B

9-1 Maths GCSE Exam Paper -1B

Foundation Tier Exam Paper- Non-Calculator Target Grades 1-5 (1B-F) Mark-scheme Provided… The Practice Paper meets all the requirements of the new specification of Maths Gcse 9-1
Kazmo1429
9-1 Maths GCSE Exam Paper -2A

9-1 Maths GCSE Exam Paper -2A

Foundation Tier Exam Paper- Calculator - Target Grades 5-9 (2A-F) Mark-scheme Provided… The Practice Paper meets all the requirements of the new specification of Maths Gcse 9-1
Kazmo1429
9-1 Maths GCSE  Exam Paper -1A

9-1 Maths GCSE Exam Paper -1A

Foundation Tier Exam Paper- Non-Calculator Target Grades 1-5 (1A-F) Mark-scheme Provided… The Practice Paper meets all the requirements of the new specification of Maths Gcse 9-1
Kazmo1429