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Probability Games

Pick the Winning Key
Contestants try to pick the winning key. Does order matter?

Monty Hall Puzzle
A contestant picks a door which may hide a car or a goat. The host offers a switch. Would you take it?

 Marbles

Two Colors

What's in Santa's Sack

Plinko Probability

Rabbits and Wolves

Card Flip

Bitesize Probability

Number Cube

Compound Events

Probability Trees

Balloon Bonanza
HMH School Publishers
What color balloon are you most likely to pick?

Probability Circus
HMH School Publishers
Choose the Spinner that Matches the Probability

More Probability Games

Fish Tank

Pythagoras takes a dive in his fish tank.  Can you work out the probability of him catching a red fish?


Counting Cards

 Learn to beat the odds with this card game.


Chase Me! 

The Tortoise and the Hare


Probability Fair


Coco the Parrot

 Find the probability of simple and independent events


Pull Objects from a Bag

Harcourt- Identify events are possible, certain or impossible


 What are your Chances?

Our dice game allows you to see how increasing or decreasing the number of dice rolls affects an outcome. So give it a try, choose the number of rolls you would like to make......and roll the dice!


 

Coins

Heads or Tails
Actis Ltd.

Coins and Dice
Subtangent

Coin Flip
Between Waters

Coin Game
Between Waters

Virtual Coin Toss

 PBS CyberChase

Coin Probability

Heads or Tails
James P. Dildine

Coin Toss
Think Central


Dice


Dice Roll

Dice
Roll 1, 2, or 3 dice

Virtual Dice










Spinners

Five Section Adjustable Spinner
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives

Five Section Adjustable Spinner
Math Playground

 Interactive Experimental Spinner
The Computer Science Education Reference Desk

Interactive Spinner
The Computer Science Reference Desk

Spinning Spinners
Actis Ltd.
Two Spinners are spun up to 1,000,000 times.  The results are counted and a bar graph is created.

Spinner
Think Central




Printable

 Data Analysis and Probability
Math Wire

Probability Experiments
HMH Schools


YouTube


Probability 101