This website allows you to set-up user accounts for individual students. Then they can take quizzes and play simple games.

Deal or No Deal Game

Day 3 – Simple Probability – one event
Fish Tank - Simple Probability
First earn tickets by choosing the best probability. Then play games based on probability. Decide which games you feel are the most “fair” and have the highest probability of winning tickets.

Adjustable Spinner
Create a game spinner with variable sized sectors to look at experimental and theoretical probabilities. Parameters: Sizes of sectors, number of sectors, number of trials.

Simple Probability – two events
Three marbles, with or without replacement, experimental

One Independent Event & Two Independent Events Game
Frog Game with quiz questions and an interactive exploratory piece
Online probability manipulatives:
Probability I: switch between spinners and dice, tally marks used for data recording
Probability II: compare experimental and theoretical probabilities
Probability III: fast moving spinner, multiple spins, data recorded and displayed in a histogram

Is the game fair?
Use what you know about probability to determine if the game is fair.

Other websites:

Probability – where order matters

Does Hamlet Happen