We made a tally chart to track how many times each side of the coin won.
In the end, we noticed that both sides won about the same number of times. We decided that both sides were equally likely to be flipped. We think this is because both sides of the coin are the same size and shape.
We also discussed how we could use our probability terms to discuss the likelihood of events when rolling a dice. For example:
It is certain we will roll a number between one and six.
It is impossible to roll the number seven or twenty.
After, students used their spinners to test their theories and see if their probability predicts were right.