Math by All Means: Probability, Grades 3-4
From experiences with a variety of games, experiments, and investigations, students predict outcomes and then test their predictions. They learn that some events are more likely than others, that some events are equally likely, that it is possible to measure the likelihood of events, that sample sets of data help in predicting outcomes, and more.
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