Compound Probability can be a tricky concept to grasp. However, it may help to find activities that are engaging and easy to understand. I always find that explaining the reason behind why a concept is important to learn goes a long way. Students may be more eager to learn about compound probability if the material is relevant to their lives. The options on this list present a host of learning possibilities for your learners so start reading to discover more!

**1. Khan Academy Practice**

This resource is very helpful. You can use these videos to explain compound probability in an appealing way to students. It provides an activity for practice in which students can enter their answers, or it can be used within Google Classroom.

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**2. Dice Game**

Learners will explore the chances of rolling multiple combinations of dice with this interactive learning activity. The goal is to learn more about the probabilities of compound events using dice. Students will practice counting outcomes with every roll.

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**3. Probability Bingo**

This probability bingo activity is sure to be a hit! Each die has 3 green, 2 blue, and 1 red colored sticker. When students roll the die, the outcome will be one call of bingo. Students will mark their bingo cards as they match each outcome.

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**4. Scavenger Hunt**

Everyone loves a good scavenger hunt- even in math class! Students will follow the clues and use compound probability to solve the puzzles along the way. I would recommend students work together to complete this entertaining and educational activity.

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**5. Color by Answer**

Color-by-answer is similar to the concept of color-by-number. Students will use compound probability strategies to solve each question. Once they have the answer, they will use the key to color each box and reveal a mystery image.

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**6. Menu Toss-Up**

Did you know that you’re using probability when placing a food order? This activity will encourage students to investigate menu combinations. It’s an excellent activity for students to learn how compound probability skills are utilized in real-world scenarios.

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**7. Worksheet Practice**

These free probability worksheets will require students to think critically. They will strengthen their basic probability skills and learn even more as they work through this worksheet bundle.

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**8. Practice Worksheets**

These are traditional worksheets that students will find beneficial. You can easily print these for the traditional classroom or use an online format. Students will be able to practice using compound probability to figure out each problem. Students can work together or independently.

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**9. Online Practice Games**

These game-based learning experiences are aligned with the common core national math standards. Students will be challenged as their knowledge of compound probability is put to the test.

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**10. Interactive Quiz**

Quizziz contains teacher-made materials that are free to use. You can create your own quiz activity based on compound probability or use this already-made one.

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**11. Study Jams**

Study Jams are comprised of instructions, practice, and games to enhance student engagement. These activities are all online for students to complete independently. Key vocabulary words are provided for students to use throughout their experience.

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**12. Compound Events Practice**

This BrainPop activity is the perfect addition to probability lessons. It reinforces the concepts taught in any basic probability course. It also prepares students for the next level of probability.

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**13. Compound Experiments**

Compound experiments involving probability must include at least one independent activity, such as drawing a playing card and using a spinner. These actions do not affect one another. Students will be required to use a chart to keep track of the activities.

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**14. Independent Events Challenge**

Students need to understand independent events before mastering compound probability. This activity allows students to learn more about independent events to prepare them for learning more complex concepts.

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**15. Discovery Lab**

Discovery Lab is a productive method of learning the probability of compound events. This activity is great for a 7th-grade math lesson or small group activity. Learners will be tasked with figuring out each scenario in the lab. Students will apply what they learned from basic probability.

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**16. Probability Digital Escape Room**

Digital escape rooms are very appealing to students. They are web-based, so they can use any electronic device to access them. This escape room requires students to solve probability questions and apply concepts to different scenarios. I would recommend students work in teams.

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**17. Fact Find**

This resource includes wonderful explanations of compound probability. I would recommend using this website as an exploration fact find. Students will write down at least 10-15 facts about the compound probability they didn’t know prior. Then, they can share what they learned with the class or a partner.

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**18. Compound Probability with Jellybeans**

For this activity, you have two options. Students can observe the video or follow along and conduct their own experiments. Jellybeans make a great teaching tool for probability because they are colorful and easy to manipulate. Don’t forget to include extra for students to eat!

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**19. Compound Probability Game**

This absorbing activity proves that compound probability can be fun! Your kids are sure to enjoy this game of deduction where you’ll challenge them to use their knowledge of compound probability to match various situations with their probability.

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**20. Probabilities Tour Simulation**

This game-based scenario guides your learners on how to schedule a tour for the band called “The Probabilities”. This activity is super engaging and will guide students through practicing their probability skills as they learn and practice math.

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**21. Probability Word Problems**

This video resource guides students through probability practice using word problems. Word problems are beneficial because students can relate to the situations described. They provide a real-world application to the concepts being taught. It also makes learning a little more fun!

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**22. Task Cards**

Compound probability task cards are perfect for math centers or small group work. Students can work through the task cards and solve them collaboratively.

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