# Simulations for Compound Events Pixel Art | Probability for Compound Events

## Overview

Looking for fun, digital probability for compound events activities?

## Why you'll love this

This Simulations and Probability for Compound Events Pixel Art resource contains 2 pixel art activities with 24 questions total to practice design a simulation to generate frequencies for compound events and to calculate probability of compound events. Level 1 involves design simulations for simple and compound events. Level 2 involves finding the probability of compound events.

These self-checking Google Sheets give students instant feedback. Incorrect answers are highlighted in red, and correct answers turn green and unlock parts of a mystery picture. They’re easy to assign, keep students engaged, and free up your time for differentiation.

CCSS Standards: 7.SP.C.8, 7.SP.C.8b, 7.SP.C.8c

Want to practice theoretical and experimental probability instead?

What's included:

1. Instructions. Know how to assign both with and without Google Classroom.

2. Pixel Art Google Sheet #1: Design Simulations for Simple and Compound Events

3. Pixel Art Google Sheet #2: Probability of Compound Events.

4. Work Space. Optional PDF worksheets that students can use to solve math problems on paper first before typing them in.

5. Answer Keys. Included for all activities.

What teachers say about my digital pixel art:

• ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “This is one of the best resources I have ever purchased. My students absolutely love pixel art activities. This is a great way for students to practice what we are learning in class and have fun while doing so. They love the mystery involved in solving these activities.” - Cassandra G.

• ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “These resources are great! They are coded in a way that students cannot easily look up answers. Highly recommend them!.” - Abbey A.

• ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “My students LOVE this pixel art!!! To have them complete them was great!! Never saw the kids so quiet.” - MrsPs Schoolyard

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