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It’s Groundhog Day this week! I have always thought this was such a silly day that we continue to celebrate, but it is fun for the kids! I made a little Groundhog Day probability game to play on this fun holiday with your kids or students. It is easy to put together & has very few supplies making it great for the last minute.
How to Play the Groundhog Day Probability Game:
Print the game (It is available in my Subscriber Freebie Library).
You will need a game piece for each of the 2 players and a penny to flip.
Players start in the center of the game board on the sun. Each player flips a coin on their turn. If it is heads, they move to the side that says Spring. If it is Tails, they move to the side that says Winter. The first player to make it to one side wins.
Easy and fun! It is a great lesson on the probability of the groundhog seeing his shadow.
Want to download this Groundhog Day Probability game? It is in the Subscriber Library for Free (for a limited time)!
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