Probability Lesson for Kids: Examples & Definition - Quiz & Worksheet


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You have a total of 6 marbles in a bag and they are all blue. If you select one without looking, how likely is it that you will pick a blue one?

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1. If there are 3 green balls and 1 blue ball in a basket. How likely is it that you will pick a green one?

2. If there are 7 white chocolates on the table and you pick one without looking. How likely is it that you will pick a dark chocolate?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The worksheet and quiz will help test your familiarity with probability facts. Different probability questions are addressed on the quiz.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These tools help assess your knowledge of the following:

  • Meaning of probability
  • Examples of probability
  • Solving probability problems

Skills Practiced

Using these educational resources helps you practice the following skills:

  • Reading comprehension - make sure that you remember important details from the math lesson
  • Information recall - remember information you've learned about examples of probability
  • Problem solving - use what you have learned to solve probability practice problems

Additional Learning

Learn more about these math concepts using the lesson titled Probability Lesson for Kids: Examples & Definition. This lesson can help you cover these objectives:

  • Define probability
  • Identify important words to refer to probability
  • Writing out probability in number form