More ideas from Diana
Probability anchor chart. I would change it slightly by using the same colour in the image for the writing (eg., "more likely" would be in blue because the pie chart shows blue is more likely).

Probability anchor chart - only I'd put more likely and less likely on the same circle, to show the relationship - same with certain and impossible

Probability anchor chart. I would change it slightly by using the same colour in the image for the writing (eg., "more likely" would be in blue because the pie chart shows blue is more likely).

Probability anchor chart - only I'd put more likely and less likely on the same circle, to show the relationship - same with certain and impossible

A cute shape game...use a die with the shapes on them and graph how often you roll that particular shape

Dice Shape Graph Game - if the labels on the graph were changed to the shapes' names it would enhance shape recognition

A cute shape game...use a die with the shapes on them and graph how often you roll that particular shape

Dice Shape Graph Game - if the labels on the graph were changed to the shapes' names it would enhance shape recognition

Anchor chart we use in my class to refer to the language, fractions, and decimals that describe the likelihood of an event. Helps so much to see it all together and gets all the kids using the same language and we just keep adding to it!

Probability -Anchor chart we use in my class to refer to the language, fractions, and decimals that describe the likelihood of an event. Helps so much to see it all together and gets all the kids using the same language and we just keep adding to it!

Anchor chart we use in my class to refer to the language, fractions, and decimals that describe the likelihood of an event. Helps so much to see it all together and gets all the kids using the same language and we just keep adding to it!

Probability -Anchor chart we use in my class to refer to the language, fractions, and decimals that describe the likelihood of an event. Helps so much to see it all together and gets all the kids using the same language and we just keep adding to it!

Research shows that to master fractions, students need multiple opportunities to practice with many varied representations of fractions. You can find loads of hands-on fraction activities on this page.

research shows that to master fractions, students need multiple opportunities to practice with many varied representations of fractions. By all means, cut up chocolate bars, pizzas, and pies. And add even more activities such as the ones featured here.