Teaching Resource

Chance Worksheets - Year 5

PDF | 8 pages|Grade: 5

4 chance worksheets linked to the Australian Curriculum.

This teaching resource could be used in a variety of ways when teaching chance. Some suggestions include:

  • pre- and post-testing
  • independent classwork
  • revision
  • homework.

This teaching resource pack includes worksheets addressing the following concepts:

  • probability outcomes using fractions
  • probability range 0-1

Answer sheets are also provided.

Download options include:

  • the year level displayed at the top of the sheet
  • no year level displayed at the top of the sheet to use for differentiation.

  NSW Curriculum alignment

  Victorian Curriculum alignment

  Australian Curriculum alignment

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Jill (Teach Starter)

Hi Miss Jackman. My apologies, we had fixed the wording and then an old version was accidentally re-uploaded, so it wasn’t just your tired teacher brain! My apologies for the confusion. The correct file has been re-uploaded with clearer wording.

Jill (Teach Starter) · Oct 19th, 2019

Tristram Haley

Just thought I should point out, in the ‘Probability Using Fractions A’ activity, question one is what is the chance of the spinner landing on:

i) a b or a B.

Some students may be confused by the initial use of ‘a’ and think that it refers to the ‘a’ on the spinner.

Tristram Haley · Nov 18th, 2017

Jill (Teach Starter)

Hi Tristram,

That’s a good point! I can see what you mean. I have adjusted the wording to reflect your feedback.

Thanks for bringing that to our attention.

Kind regards

Jill (Teach Starter) · Nov 22nd, 2017


I think this edit is still confusing to read (as I marked it with my teacher tired brain). I read it to mean students were answering if the spinner would land on an a, b or B.
Perhaps if the capital letter B was offered first, i.e i) a B or a b?

MISS JACKMAN · Oct 17th, 2019

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