This world is has 3 activities built into it to get students exploring probability. The first activity students are to use the dispensers to randomly pick 9 colours to dye their sheep. This data is recorded on the linked google doc. Students then use a random number generator to pick 9 colours to dye a different set of sheep, this data is also recorded and then compared with the dispenser trial to being a discussion regarding the rumour that dispensers are not truly random in the way they decide which slot gets chosen to dispense from.
The second activity involved students looking at the expected results from breeding pairs of different coloured sheep and using this information to decide which colour they will breed their mystery coloured sheep with to try and correctly determine the colour of the mystery sheep in the least amount of experiments.
The third activity is a 'free build' area where students are tasked with building their own probability experiment in Minecraft and reflect on the differences between the theoretical and experimental probabilities.