# S1-3: Investigate situations that involve elements of chance, acknowledging and anticipating possible outcomes.

This means students will consider the possible outcomes of events. Possible outcomes can be listed, for example when tossing a coin the outcomes are heads and tails. The possible outcomes should be the basis for predictions rather than perceptions of luck.

## No way Jose

- Units of Work
- Statistics
- Level One

In this unit we develop the language of probability by considering events which are likely or unlikely. We do this using the context of children's stories.

## Lonely Pig

- Units of Work
- Statistics
- Level One

In this unit we have a first look at uncertainty and chance. We begin to develop an intuitive sense of what chance and possibilities are about through games that involve following rules, making predictions and seeing what happens.

## Who plays what?

- Problem solving activities
- Statistics
- Level One

## Strawberry Milk

- Problem solving activities
- Geometry and Measurement
- Level One

This activity has a logic and reasoning focus.

## Strawberry Milk

- Problem solving activities
- Geometry and Measurement
- Level One

This activity has a logic and reasoning focus.

## Strawberry and Chocolate Milk

- Problem solving activities
- Geometry and Measurement
- Level One

This activity has a logic and reasoning focus.

## Probably Pistachio

- Picture book activities
- Statistics
- Level One

This is an activity based on the picture book *Probably Pistachio*

## What's next?

- Rich learning activities
- Statistics
- Level One

The purpose of this activity is to engage students in identifying possible outcomes in a given situation and describing the chance of an outcome occurring in broad terms.

## Odd socks

- Statistics
- Level One

The purpose of this activity is to engage students in identifying possible outcomes in a given situation.