Probability Worksheets and Printables

Our probability worksheets offer targeted extra practice for kids learning about concepts such as coin probability, probability graphs, and mean, median, mode. These skills are crucial to master in fifth grade before kids move on to higher level math skills in middle school. Browse all of our fifth grade math worksheets for more resources.
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Grid Basics: Help the Mayor Grid Basics: Help the Mayor Oh no! The mayor finally finished building the city, but all the signs got mixed up!
Math Table Math Table How many chicks on Mr. Smith's farm? Help your second grader learn how to read a math table by using thisfarm math table to answer a set of questions.
Grid Basics: Let's Build a Community Grid Basics: Let's Build a Community If your child has ever played Battleship, chances are he's familiar with grids.
Pictogram: Get Into Graphs Pictogram: Get Into Graphs Jump into graphs! Kids read the school supply pictograph and answer a handful of questions.
Juice Time: Practice Reading a Bar Graph Juice Time: Practice Reading a Bar Graph In this math worksheet, your child will practice reading a bar graph about juice sales and interpreting its information to answer a set of questions.
Practice Graphs Practice Graphs Once your second grader understands how to read a graph, it's time to try making one!
Graphing Data: Colors Graphing Data: Colors Help the concept of graphing really sink in by challenging your second grader to graph kids' favorite colors using a table, tally mark table, and grid.
Graph Practice Graph Practice Don't let your second grader forget graphs!
Doing Data: Finding Range #2 Doing Data: Finding Range #2 Need some more practice finding range? This worksheet sets your second grader up with a few word problems that ask her to find the ranges of sets of data.
Finding the Range Finding the Range This worksheet gives your second grader practice finding the largest and smallest values of these sets of data, and then setting up subtraction problems to determine the ranges.
Heads or Tails? Heads or Tails? This worksheet will get your student up to speed on probability, and also give him a head start on fractions!
Go Runners! Practice Reading a Bar Graph Go Runners! Practice Reading a Bar Graph Give your child's logical and analytical thinking skills a boost with this math worksheet that requires her to use information contained in a bar graph to answer a set of questions.
Spring Math: Jelly Bean Probability Spring Math: Jelly Bean Probability Spring into spring with some probability practice.
Reading Pictographs: Drink Your Milk! Reading Pictographs: Drink Your Milk! Can your child help Tommy figure out how much milk he drinks?
Flip a Coin: Learning Probability Flip a Coin: Learning Probability Is your second grader ready to learn probability?
Find the Mean, Median and Mode Find the Mean, Median and Mode Challenge your math whiz to calculate the mean, median and mode of a number set.
Our probability worksheets offer targeted extra practice for kids learning about concepts such as coin probability, probability graphs, and mean, median, mode. These skills are crucial to master in fifth grade before kids move on to higher level math skills in middle school. Browse all of our fifth grade math worksheets for more resources.

Tips for Teaching Probability

Because probability has lots of real-life applications, it can be a fun math concept to explore with your child. Download and print some of the worksheets above with themes that your child would enjoy. Here are some additional strategies for helping your child develop her probability skills:

  • Start out by explaining to your child that probability helps determine how likely something is to happen. Then, think of an event that would be fun to predict together.
  • For your event determine the number of ways an event can happen and the total number of outcomes. For example, when flipping a coin, it will land on either heads or tails, so there is only 1 "event" that can happen. However there are two possible outcomes. So, the probability of the coin landing on heads is 1/2.
  • Once you have determined the probability of your event, map it out on a probability line with 0 being "impossible" and 10 being "certain".
  • For kids wanting to learn more about how to present data in a visual way, check out our graphing and data worksheets.