Innovative
Classroom

Center Focus

Dice Probability

  1. There will need to be enough dice at this center for each student to have their own set.
  2. Students will first need to predict what number will come up most often using two dice (from 2 to 12).
  3. They need to make a simple recording sheet where they can tally the results of 100 throws.
  4. Next they will perform the experiment by tossing the dice, adding them up, and tallying their results.
  5. Afterwards they should make a conclusion explaining the results. You may want to have questions prepared to help students with their theories.

More Center Focus Ideas

Scattergories
Irish Stained Glass Scene
Halloween Alphabetizing
Hieroglyphics
Thanksgiving Quilt
Easter Egg Contest
How Many Squares?
What’s the Stamp Worth?
Re-tell A Story
Depict an Event
Melting Ice
Matching Animals To Their Names
Olympic Rings
Millennium Mural
"Thanksgiving" Poem
Broken Ruler
What Happens to the Paper?
The Mayflower Voyage
Cinquain
Sand Separation
Dancin’ Raisins
Spring Into Science
Chalk Drawings
Crossword Trivia
Tile Probability
Word Association
U.S. Percentages
Know Your Presidents
Building Our Community
Aluminum Boat Contest
Compare the Cookies
Columbus Portraits
Area of a Shamrock
Decorative Vase
Number Relationships
Discover the Explorers
How Many Classrooms Fit?
Survey Says
Hero or Not?
Sand Painting
Sleepy Hollow
Money from Around the World
Bottle Flutes
Love Songs
Does Warm Water Rise Too?
How Much is 2000, Anyway?
The Color Mix-Up
Political Debate about Celebration of Columbus Day
Discover Music
Letter of Apology