Probability Activities with Snacks!
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Probability activities are fun and engaging when you add treats! This fun probability activity allows your students to experiment with their own bag of snacks. Students will use probability in this activity to predict, investigate, record data, and learn to use words to describe the chances of something happening.
The included lesson will take your students through steps of investigating probability by using your favorite goodies like fruit snacks, Skittles, M & Ms, etc.
- make predictions
- create graphs
- utilize tally charts to record data
- spinners to experiment with their data
Students will be asked deep, open-ended questions that really get them thinking! Your classroom won't be quiet, but you will love the level of engagement and the probability discussions you will hear going on.
Prep is quick and easy... Just print the student pages, get the materials listed, and you're ready for an engaging and exciting time in math class! Everything is a little more fun with food...especially probability!
See what teachers like you are saying:
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Suzanne K. says:
I saved this unit until the end of the year. It was engaging for the whole 2nd/3rd-grade class! My volunteer helper is quite a mathematician, and he said it was the best unit on probability he'd seen in quite a while.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Exceeding in Reading says:
Amazing ideas! I used fruit snacks because I have already used skittles and candy hearts. I love the thoroughness of the questions. Everything is asked in a way that my students will comprehend and have fun answering. Thanks!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Beth B. says:
This is not a boring booklet! My students loved the probability tasks and I loved how well thought out the package was. This was ready to use immediately.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Jacqueline R. says:
Well worth the money! The kids love the use of candy as manipulatives. The scaffolding aspect of this project/lesson is great.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Brooke B. says:
A valuable product that reinforces probability and graphing. I like that it was generic to use with a variety of different bags of goodies, so it can be repeated for extra exposure at different times throughout the year. :)
See how our probability activities went in my classroom on my blog .