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# Probability (Constitution Day Themed) Math Worksheets

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## Who are these worksheets for?

This pack is suitable for learners aged 10 to 13 years old or 6th to 8th grades. The content covers fact files and relevant basic and advanced activities of probability topics that aim to develop and strengthen the learners’ analytical skills.

## Celebrating Constitution Day!

Celebrated every year on September 17, Constitution Day in the United States remembers the day of the official signing of the 1787 US Constitution in Philadelphia. It is also called Citizenship Day because those who have become citizens are officially recognized.

## Understanding Probability!

Have you ever wondered about the chances for something to happen? Like how likely it would rain heavily today, or how likely you’d win the lottery?

People use their personal experience and intuition to answer these kinds of questions. Still, there are some cases where it is possible to give a numerical measure of chance, also known as probability.

Probability is the quantitative description of the likelihood of an event occurring.

This is a fantastic bundle which includes everything you need to know about Probability across 25 in-depth pages. These are ready-to-use Common core aligned 6th to 8th Grade Math worksheets.

Each ready to use worksheet collection includes 10 activities and an answer guide. Not teaching common core standards? Don’t worry! All our worksheets are completely editable so can be tailored for your curriculum and target audience.

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## Worksheets Activities Included

Age 10-12 (Basic) 6th to 7th Grade

• Citizenship Test
• Preamble Recitation I
• Color the Constitution
• The Legislative, Executive, and Judiciary
• Preamble Recitation II