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The Negro Leagues: The People, Places and Experiences of Black Baseball
4th - 6th CCSS: Designed
Get out of the classroom and go for a walk, all while teaching students about the Negro baseball leagues of the early and mid-1900s. Based on a Walking Classroom podcast, this lesson explores the widespread impact of segregation on...
Baseball Player Comparing Unlike Fractions
4th CCSS: Designed
Hit unlike fractions out of the park in a comparing fractions color by number (symbol) worksheet. Young mathematicians place <, >, or = to make each comparing sentence true. Then, they use a key to color accordingly. When complete,...
Jackie Robinson, WWII, and the Integration of Baseball
8th - 12th
Students interpret historical evidence presented in primary and secondary resources. In this integration of baseball lesson, students examine sources regarding the Jim Crow laws, Jackie Robinson, and race relations during World War II....
How One Teenager Unearthed Baseball's Untold History
6 mins 6th - 12th
Discover how one young man made a major impact on a generation of individuals through simple dedication, consideration, and passion for something he loved. Cam Perron discusses how after writing letters to retired baseball players from...
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...
Bases Divided: Segregation And Discrimination in Baseball
7th - 10th
Young scholars view video and conduct research on how baseball has reflected the social context of American history. They work in groups to investigate outstanding minority baseball players, including racial minorities and women, and...
Baseball, Race and Ethnicity: Rounding the Bases
10th - Higher Ed
Pupils consider Race and Ethnicity in baseball. For this American history lesson, students examine primary source images of American baseball. They then develop an original argument, pose historical questions and conduct Internet research.