We found 320 resources with the concept sports
Sports Word Work Literacy Pack
1st - 2nd CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewHockey, home runs, and helmets: your next sports-themed reading unit is here! Twelve tasks invite young readers to match unscramble sports words, create categories, count vowels and consonants, mark syllables, alphabetize words in the...
Math in Fencing: Distance as a Variable
2 mins 6th - 8th CCSS: Designed
Out lunge the opponent. Fencing uses math in determining distances between opponents. An installment of the Math at the Core: Ratios series shows how to use variables to write an expression to show the distance a fencer must cover to...
Sports Physiology and Statistics
9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
If I want to build up my heart, where should I start? Science scholars use statistics in a sports physiology setting during an insightful experiment. Groups measure resting and active heart rates and develop a scatter plot that shows the...
Give It All You’ve Got!: Challenge Activities (Theme 2)
5th CCSS: Adaptable
Explore ways to make research and writing more interesting. The first in a series of three challenge activities designed to accompany Theme 2: Give It All You've Got involve creating sports cards, designing cereal boxes, and using other...
Give It All You’ve Got!: Extra Support Lessons (Theme 2)
5th CCSS: Adaptable
Understanding word parts can play a crucial role in understanding a word in the context of a larger text. A series of extra support resources designed to accompany Theme 2: Give It All You've Got offers activities related to grammar and...
Does Height Matter in Sports?
7 mins 9th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
Are all gymnasts short and all basketball players tall? The comparison of strength and height does benefit some sports. A sporty video as part of a larger series on physics introduces allometry and the application to sports and medicine.
How To Curve A Baseball Or Swing A Cricket Ball
4 mins 9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Throwing a curve ball can make or break a sporting game, but what is the scientific process for throwing this way? The video explains the Magnus force, aerodynamics, and the axis of rotation, and relates the science to both baseball and...
What Happens When You Have a Concussion?
6 mins 6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Ever had a concussion? Watch a video that explains the complicated dangers of concussions and how brain neurons are damaged during a concussion. Discover ways to heal the brain after a concussion and the long term effects of head trauma.
Hall of Fame Lesson Module — Financial Football
11th - Higher Ed
Kick off an engaging review on personal finance with an online football game. Financial Football incorporates both football strategies and economic knowledge in an interactive format, allowing future CFOs to answer a variety of questions...
How Playing Sports Benefits Your Body ... and Your Brain
4 mins 7th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Exercising is undeniably beneficial for our brains and bodies. But how do these benefits compare to the participation and joining of a sports team? Watch an educational video to discover the psychological and health benefits of joining a...
Volleyball Practice Plans & Drill Bank
6th - 12th
Enhance volleyball lessons or team practice with a collection of videos that showcase a 14 and under beach volleyball team from Canada. The Volleyball Canada Beach Volleyball Drill Bank Series clearly demonstrates how to perform drills for warm ups, serves, blocks, passes, defense, as well as for setting and attacking.
The Victor's Virtue: A Cultural History of Sport
10th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
Pupils explore the meaning of the ancient Greek word aretê and the place of virtue in historical athletic competition and modern sports. They begin by reading an informational text on the goal of sports in education, and then evaluate...
Should Girls Be Allowed to Play High School Football?
5th - 6th CCSS: Adaptable
Combine text analysis with a prompt that is sure to spark interest and discussion with your class members. Pupils read a news article written in 2013 regarding an Alabama community's conversation on girls playing middle/high school...
The Physics of Sports: An 8th Grade Physical Science Project
6th - 12th CCSS: Designed
Explore the relationship between sports and physics in a cross-curricular lesson. Middle and high schoolers prepare a multimedia presentation based on a chosen sport. They answer five physics vocabulary questions about how the laws of...
Sports Equipment/Uniform Comparison 1900's v. Today
6th - 8th
Students compare sports uniforms from the past to modern day. In this sports equipment and uniform instructional activity, students view images of players and games from the 1900's to present day. Students observe, take notes, and draw...
Why Here? Why Not There? Origin of the Modern Olympic Games
6th - 8th
Students examine Olympic locales. In this geography skills lesson, students analyze map information regarding nations of the world and determine which nations have the physical geography, cultural philosophies, and economic strengths to...
Comparison of Two Different Gender Sports Teams - Part 1 of 3 Measures of Central Tendency
8th - 9th
Students gather and analyze data from sports teams. In this measures of central tendency lesson, students gather information from websites about sports team performance. Students analyze and draw conclusions from this data. This lesson...