Simple Probability Knockout Game

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This is a game to play with the whole class to practice simple probability. It is a great way to review for a test and it does not include compound situations. This resource includes: -Game board for IWB or any projector -Student scorecard -16 questions

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This fun, interactive game is a great way to get all students practicing. For this game, each student has their own score card where they show their work and the answers they choose. Each character in the game is in one of the boxes, so students’ work can be quickly checked regardless of the order questions are presented in the game. How to play- Open the presentation to slide 5 in Presentation Mode. This is the main game board. After each question the presentation will return to this screen when you click on the back button. Choose a student to a) choose the character for the next question or b) if you have an interactive whiteboard, students can tap their choice (or gently throw a soft ball onto the screen) to reveal the next question. Clicking on the character will bring up the question. Each student answers the question on their score card. Each slide contains a point value. After students have responded, click on the presentation again and the answer will appear. If a student gets the answer correct, they gain the point. Student can keep track of their points on the back of their score sheet. All students answer every question, and each student keeps track of his/her own points. Click the “Back” button to return to the game board and choose the next character/question. The questions that have already been seen will disappear from the game board. This is a game to play with the whole class to practice simple probability. It is a great way to review for a test and it does not include compound situations. This resource includes: -Game board for IWB or any projector -Student scorecard -16 questions -When the game is finished, collecting student score cards can serve as a formative assessment. -To start the game over within PowerPoint, hit “escape”, and then return to slide 4 in presentation mode. All characters should again be visible.

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When you are rolling a dice what are the chances you will roll a 4? The chances of rolling a 4 on a dice are 1 in 6.

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If you randomly draw one card from these 5 cards what is the probability you will draw a heart or a diamond? You have a 3 out of 5 chance of drawing a heart or diamond.

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What is the probability of landing on heads when you flip a penny? You have a 1 out of 2 chance of landing on heads.

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What is the probability of landing on an even number when you spin this spinner? You have a 1 out of 2 chance of landing on an even number.

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If you are randomly selecting these marbles how many total outcomes are there? There are 7 total outcomes.

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If you are randomly selecting these marbles what are the chances you will select one that is clear or purple? The chances are 5 out of 7.

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When you roll a dice what are the chance you will roll a number that has a dot in the center. There is a 1 out of 2 chance.

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If you are randomly selecting these marbles what are the chances of choosing one without stripes? There is a 3 out of 5 chance.

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When you roll a dice do you have a better chance of rolling a 1 or a 6. Neither, they both have a 1 in 6 chance.

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When randomly selecting a card from these cards do you have a better chance of choosing a red or number less than 6? You have a better chance of choosing a number less than 6.

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When randomly selecting a card from these cards do you have a better chance of choosing a black card or an odd number? You have a better chance of choosing a black card.

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Click Here for a BONUS You choose a card and replace it back into this set 8 times. What is a good prediction for how many times you will draw the 4 of hearts? 2 times

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Click Here for a BONUS If you spin this spinner 40 times about how many times should you land on “A”? 5 times

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Click Here for a BONUS If you spin this spinner 100 times about how many times should you land on “C” or “G”? 25 times

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If you roll a 6 sided dice 1000 times. How many times can you expect to land on 5? About 167 times

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You pick a marble, from this set of marbles, out of a bag 75 times. How many times can you expect to pick a black or yellow marble? You can to pick a black or yellow marble 50 times.

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Choose a Picture

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YOU GET 500 POINTS

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YOU LOSE 500 POINTS

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YOUR GROUP GETS 500 POINTS

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Choose a Donut

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THE PERSON NEAREST YOU GETS 1000 POINTS

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ALL BOYS LOSE 500 POINTS

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ALL GIRLS LOSE 500 POINTS

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Choose a Tasty Treat

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ALL GIRLS GET 500 POINTS

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ALL BOYS GET 500 POINTS

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CHOOSE ONE PERSON TO GET 500 POINTS

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