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The Use of Is and Are - Subject/Verb Agreement
In this grammar activity set, students answer 68 questions on 5 pages in which they identify the proper use of the verbs is and are. They ensure that there is subject/verb agreement in each sentence by either choosing is or are, or writing the correct word on the blank lines.
The Economics of Professional Sports: Underpaid Millionaires?
Pupils examine the salaries of professional sports players. Using the baseball strike, they identify the repercussions of the event to the sport. They complete an interactive activity to determine if baseball players are overpaid. They apply economic concepts to answer questions at the end of the activity.
Pronouns - Find the Match
In this pronouns instructional activity, students match the pronouns with the underlined noun in the sentence. Students match 10 pronouns to nouns.
Women in Baseball:Talk Show
Students explore the development of women's baseball during the 20th century. They "role play" women who participated in some form of baseball (amateur, semi-professional, or professional) as well as other advocates of women's sports as guests on a modern day talk show. Students will choose their roles by researching specific characters using examples and resources listed in the instructional activity.
Negro Leagues Baseball eMuseum: Lesson Plan FAQs
Learners obtain information that has meaningful to them and information that is new and different. Therefore, the more interesting the lesson, the higher the Students level of engagement there is. The themes of baseball and African American accomplishments in history are highly engaging, and provide powerful platforms from which to approach other historical lessons.
Students explore the change in values from the 1920's to the present. In groups, students use the internet to analyze Pete Rose and gambling in sports. The 1919 scandal of the World Series is explored and discussed by students. They compare and contrast the Black Sox and Pete Rose. Students discuss gambling on baseball games.
Young scholars set up four chairs in the shape of a baseball diamond. As the teacher claps a rhythm, the students repeat the rhythm. If right, they get to go to first base. If not, they're out. Let rhythm baseball begin.
Air Pollution Baseball
Students participate in a baseball game in which they answer questions related to air pollution. They answer true and false questions as well. They discuss the impact of air pollution on the environment.
Fantasy Baseball Team
Students create a database and use its ability to store, sort, and present information about their fantasy baseball team. They gather information and use their knowledge of statistics to accomplish their team.
In this interactive sports worksheet, students answer 14 multiple choice questions by selecting the answer from the drop down menu. This quiz is based on their knowledge of the sport of baseball.
New! Modified T-Ball
Baseball can be so entertaining! Here are a few great ideas you can use to get your learners with visual impairments out on the old ball field. A sound-enhanced pitching device or T-ball stand is used to alert players when it's time to swing the bat. Cones are used to help learners find their way to all four bases, and balls and bats of various sizes are used to make the game fully accessible.
Goofy "How To Play Baseball"
In this baseball worksheet, students answer questions about the game of baseball. Students follow a link to answer questions. Questions cover basic information about the game.
In this counting practice worksheet, students count the baseballs and write the total number on the line. Students count 3 baseballs.
The Handley Sports Problem
For this probability worksheet, 11th graders analyze how many students participate in four different sports using the probability of an event ocurring. There are 4 questions on this worksheet.
Subjects and Predicates
In this nouns and verbs worksheet, students underline the complete subject once and the complete predicate twice in 7 sentences. Kids identify the underlined words in 7 sentences as complete subject, complete predicate, simple subject or simple predicate. Students choose groups of words to make 5 fragments complete sentences.
History of Women in Sports
Young scholars examine online or hard copy timelines of athletics, discuss what they like and dislike about time tables they have reviewed, research in small groups history of basketball, baseball, gymnastics, or track and field, and create two-part timelines, depicting both men and women involved in sport.
Newton's 2nd Law
Fourth graders explore Newton's second law of motion, testing and identifying the characteristics of objects that makes them easier or harder to push. They identify what types of objects are the hardest to move, then test a variety of objects using a rubber band. In small groups they devise a test to demonstrate how heavy objects are harder than light objects to move.
Exploring Baseball Vocabulary with the Visual Thesaurus
In this baseball worksheet, students write the baseball vocabulary word that is defined for them and they provide the word. Students complete 10 problems.
Four Corner Running-Baseball
Students demonstrate how to run bases. In this baseball lesson, students are divided into four groups and line up behind a base. Students run the bases and tag the next person in line.
Baseball: Print and Color
In this word recognition instructional activity, students trace the word "baseball,"write the word independently, and color the picture of the baseball player.