Rolling the Dice
Have fun with adding and probability in a dice activity. After you roll a pair of dice 100 times and tallying which numbers each roll produces, answer questions about how many ways you can roll for certain totals.
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- Complete the activity in groups, as partners, or individually
- Finish the questions before or after rolling the dice, depending on skill level (answer as hypothesis or conclusion)
- Lesson requires 100 rolls to record the data, but younger kids could roll it fewer times if necessary
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