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Probability: 5 StudyJams! Interactive Math Activities

From finding probability to identifying outcomes and making predictions, students will learn about five important math concepts through these real-world examples and activities

Grades

3–5, 6–8

Activity Type

  • Interactive Whiteboard Activities

Probability as a Fraction

What are your chances of winning that contest you just entered? Probability is the way to find out.

Finding Probability

Will it rain today? The meteorologist uses probability to help you decide whether to wear a raincoat to school. Now you can use probability, too!

Combinations

You have three shirts, two pairs of pants, and a jacket. How many different outfits can you make? That is the secret of combinations, and we have the answers!

Tree Diagrams

Sometimes you need a visual to help you figure out probability. A tree diagram will help you see the answer.

Identifying Outcomes and Making Predictions

Outcomes are the results of an experiment or trial. Identifying possible outcomes is one way to make predictions.

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