Here are a variety of probability experiments, from throwing coins, throwing dice, choosing playing cards and spinning spinners.
Drawing playing cards
Here is another cool website for rolling 1, 2 or 3 dice:
A flipchart on the vertex form of a quadratic function and its graph.
For ActivStudio software. Doo-dahs are a wonderful way to bring information into a classroom discussion in a controlled manner. A Doo-Dah can contain text, annotations or images, even those added or created on the fly. A picture is worth a thousand words, so download the file and have a play. You will soon learn the power of doodahs!
If you have group competitions in your class, this is a neat way to keep a running score (up to a maximum of 30 points per team).
A wonderful collection of clocks. The time comes from your computer's system clock, so if that is correct, these clocks are as well.
Five 10-second timers, each of which culminates in a bomb. And you can even have more timers if you wish by first choosing 'Disable Actions' in the upper right corner and copying and pasting one of the bombs.
This ActivBoard flipchart keeps the scores for up to six competing teams.
A 60 second timer with a difference!
A sure-fire way of getting your students' attention in 10 seconds.
A highly interactive Promethean ActivBoard flipchart where students discover the prime numbers, factors of numbers and the Highest Common Factor using a game based on Eratosthenes Sieve. Three thumbs up!
The flipchart can be found here:
If you are not yet a member of Promethean Planet, you will first have to register here:
If you want to view the activities and have some interactivity with them, but you don't have the ActivStudio software, you can download the free Viewer from here: