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NEW! Expect the Unexpected With Math®

The Power of Probability HTML Lessons

Grades 6-8

Students will learn and reinforce skills for strategies to identify favorable and total outcomes; calculating simple and compound probability; sampling and proportions and using probability concepts to solve real-world problems.

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NEW! Expect the Unexpected With Math®
Shake Rattle, & Roll
HTML Lessons

Grades 7-8 and Gifted Grade 6

Students will learn and reinforce skills for creating and analyzing scatterplots and histograms; using cost-benefit analysis to

make predictions from data and using tree diagrams to understand outcomes of events.

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Math Academy: Are You Game? Explorations in ProbabilityMath Academy
Are You Game? Explorations in Probability

Grades 4-6

 

Students will understand and apply concepts

of probability while playing games to determine fairness.

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About Expect the Unexpected With Math®

 

The dynamic lessons and activities in the Expect the Unexpected With Math® series use story lines that students find interesting to show them the fun and relevance of math. Motivate your students to achieve math success in the classroom and in real-world situations outside of school!

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About Math Academy

 

Created by teachers for teachers, the Math Academy series features hands-on activities and a fun learning environment for the teaching of mathematics to students. Use these free printable lessons to enhance your classroom instruction while staying true to the academic rigor required by the state standards framework.

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All programs align with NCTM, Jump$tart and/or common core standards.