Little Feet, Big Change Living Streets
Aberdeen Park Nursery’s Nutrition Success with The Early Years Nutrition Partnership Early Years Nutrition Partnership
Product Review – The Five Minute Box Five Minute Box
Here for You – Exam Support from Start to Finish WJEC Eduqas
Why I Love…the Balance Reactive Classroom System Angel Solutions
Teach Early Years Magazine Subscribe today!
Teach Primary Magazine Subscribe today!
Teach Secondary Magazine Subscribe today!
Technology and Innovation Magazine Order now!
Teach Reading and Writing Magazine Order now!
Oxford University Press Courses
Not yet registered? Click here it takes seconds to sign up
already registered? Click here
Already a member? click here
In this lesson students get shown how a sample space can help when finding combinations of events. They then go onto using the diagram to calculate probabilities based on those events. The worksheet has a variety of difficulties of question and includes answers.
Record, describe and analyse the frequency of outcomes of simple probability experiments involving randomness, fairness, equally and unequally likely outcomes, using appropriate language and the 0-1 probability scale
Owen134866 is a TES Resource Contributor of the Year and blogger. You can find his resources on his website mathsfreeresourcelibrary.com and on his TES page Owen134866’s Shop.