Math by All Means: Probability, Grades 1-2
Through games and investigations using dice, cards, and spinners, students make predictions, collect data, and reflect on results. They learn what makes a game fair or unfair and that some games are based on chance, some on strategy, and some on both. The unit also helps children develop number sense and reinforce computational skills.
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