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This pack is suitable for learners aged 11 to 12 years old or 7th grade. The content covers fact files and relevant basic and advanced activities of probability line topics that aim to develop and strengthen the learners’ data analysis skills.
What is April Fool’s Day?
April Fool’s Day or All Fools’ Day is celebrated every 1st of April by playing practical jokes or hoaxes to other people. When it is revealed, the phrase “April Fools!” is being exclaimed to the recipient.
Understanding Data Analysis?
Data analysis is the process of examining gathered data used to support decision-making. This skill will help us come up with the right decisions and solutions. It also allows the analysis of chance events that can be supported using the probability line to understand better.
Download Probability Line (April Fool’s Day Themed) Math Worksheets
This is a fantastic bundle that includes everything you need to know about Probability Line across 24 in-depth pages. These are ready-to-use worksheets suitable for students aged 11-12 years old.
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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Resources & Worksheets Included
Ages 11-12 (Basic) 7th Grade
- Pranks and Hoaxes
- Stick a Paper Fish
- Fake Candies in a Jar
- Preparing My Prank
- Hunting the Gowk
Ages 11-12 (Advanced) 7th Grade
- Hilaria Festival
- Pin a Tail on Tailie Day
- Weather Prediction on the Equinox
- Gregorian Calendar
- Pranked or Not?