Probability Activities & Games for Kids

Looking for cool probability activities and probability games for kids? Check out these cool ways to teach probability from Education.com! These probability projects express probability visually, helping to make this difficult concept more intuitive. Try testing out the classic Monty Hall Problem or learning about probability with a deck of cards. Not only are these probability activities and probability games designed with fun in mind, but they're written to help students truly grasp the reasoning behind what can otherwise feel like a totally abstract concept. Check them out!

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Want to ensure that your child's math knowledge stays sharp? This mean, median, and mode game is the perfect way to reinforce these essential math concepts.
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Being able to guess the likelihood of an event is a useful skill. Discuss probability with your kid as you play this fun math card game!
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Check out this dice game perfect for teaching your savvy kid the fundamentals of probability.
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This high school activity uses dice to explore probability and prepare for SAT questions.
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Probability problems are often among the hardest math concepts to wrap your head around. Here's a classic example: the Monty Hall problem!
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Practice probability as well as negative and positive numbers in this fun math card game designed for fourth graders.
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Improve critical thinking and logic skills as you compete to win in this fun, educational card game.
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Analyze this simple betting game with your fourth grade student in order to discuss probability.
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Explore the math concept of probability with your fifth grader on "lucky" St. Patrick's day this year!
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Which do you prefer: real or artificial? Try this sweet little taste experiment to help your kids develop a better awareness of the food they consume.
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Great estimators are made, not born. Here's a Fermi Questions activity to make your child an estimation master.
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By tracking nutritional information from candy wrappers, your teen can use statistics to find which treats offer the fewest tricks on Halloween!
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This activity will further your child's ability to interpret graphs and let her apply math skills in a real-world situation.
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Work on finding means and medians in this fifth grade math card game.
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Does your middle school teenager have good reflexes? Gauge his reaction time in this science and math activity that requires only a yardstick and a friend.
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For some math concepts, doing the math itself is easy. The hard part is helping your child remember which formula to use for which term!
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Help your 4th grader master the art of reading and analyzing bar graphs while following the Winter Olympics with this fun math activity.

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