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Darts are a very popular way to incorporate physical elements into games of chance in a carnival.

OK, instead of throwing darts, what if each balloon had a clue of some sort & the kids popped them for clues? We could come up with some game to go with this.every kid loves popping balloons!

Bingo is another popular game of luck. It combines strategy(number placement) with chance, something that I wish to do in my game also.

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Poker is another game where huge bets are placed on improbable combinations of cards. It is one of the most high-stakes card games ever played.

Poker is another game where huge bets are placed on improbable combinations of cards. It is one of the most high-stakes card games ever played.

Roulette is a very simple betting system on which category the number belongs to; could develop more to expand probable outcomes

My game might include spinners.

Yahtzee - a game that combines luck(dice) with strategy(deciding which dice to roll)

For yard Yahtzee: Here are some printable Yahtzee score sheets that you can print, use, and distribute for free. Yahtzee is a fun brain game that trains strategic thinking.

Playing cards = very useful tool for probability

Playing cards = very useful tool for probability

Stop or Dare: A probability math game

While you play the game, think about strategies that will increase your chances of winning.

The Game of SKUNK; a card game involving pure probability using dice.

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Card Pick Up: each team of 2 uses one suit of cards layed out in ascending value; each player can take 1 or 2 cards in ascending order; last one to take a card is the winner.)

Probability & Statistics Activity Card Game (each team of 2 uses one suit of cards layed out in ascending value; each player can take 1 or 2 cards in ascending order; last one to take a card is the winner.