# PROBABILITY LIKELIHOOD

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This activity introduces students to probability through a spinner game. Which result is more likely—red or blue? Students answer this question by gathering and analyzing class data and then apply what they've learned to consider the likelihood of other chance experiments. French translation courtesy of Jocelyn Dagenais: https://teacher.desmos.com/activitybuilder/custom/5a2d8608929ae53df278df06

This is a visual aid designed to be projected onto a whiteboard for whole class discussion before doing the Probability Washing Line activity.

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Ten statements are presented and they are to be put in order according to the probability (Likelihood) of them happening.

Learn about probablity with this fun math game.

Probability KS2 game using number spinners

Have a go with the amazing ball-picking machine. How likely is it that a blue or red ball will be picked? Good for demonstrating probability on an interactive whiteboard.