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In this picture of baseballs worksheet, learners color and count how many baseballs they see on the worksheet. Students write their answer on the line provided.
In this picture of a baseball worksheet, students color and count how many baseballs they see on the worksheet. Students write their answer on the line provided.
Students play trivia baseball where they answer trivia questions about the Constitution and elections. In this social studies lesson plan, students research facts about the Constitution and elections while playing the game.
Titanic Baseball Cards
Fifth graders research the passengers of the Titanic. For this language arts lesson, 5th graders create baseball cards about the passengers aboard the Titanic.
Baseball Hall of Fame Players
For this word search worksheet, students solve a word search by locating thirty baseball Hall of Fame players. The word list includes Aaron Hank and Ford Whitney.
Baseball Player Nicknames
In this word search worksheet, students solve a word search by locating thirty baseball player nicknames. The word list includes hawk and oil can.
In this word search about baseball learning exercise, students use the words in the word bank to discover the words in the word search. Students find 29 answers.
So You Want to Hit a Home Run?
Students determine the center of percussion and the center of mass for a baseball bat. In this projective motion lesson students demonstrate the relationship between the position of the baseball bat and when its in the position in the appropriate hitting field.
Learners calculate baseball statistics and ball field dimensions. In this Pythagorean Theorem, percentages and metric conversion lesson, students are given formulas to find earned run and batting averages for White Sox baseball players. They also find the distance from bases using the Pythagorean Theorem and convert the answers to metric units.
Mysteries of Vernacular: Yankee
An American? Someone from New England? Anyone who lives north of the Mason-Dixon line? A New York baseball player? A dandy? A short video doodles around with the etymology of all an American word and how its meaning has evolved from 1601 to the present, from the Dutch work Janke to a pejorative term for all Americans in 1758, from to a label of national honor during and after the Revolutionary War in 1783, to a mocking reference to Union soldiers during the Civil War. Create your own list of words and set young etymologists off on their own voyage of discovery.
Past, Present, and Future
The past, present, and future are waiting to be uncovered as learners practice expressing verb tense with a game. In pairs, or as a group, they assess each sentence and sort it into past, present, or future piles. The cards can be printed and laminated for continuous use at a learning station, learning activity time, or for whole-group instruction. The activity could also be used with your ELL pupils.
Teach your young players the basic fundamentals of throwing overhand. Fundamental skills like these can be applied to throwing a baseball, softball, or football Show them proper foot position, weight distribution, and arm position. Discuss throwing for accuracy, as well as throwing for distance. There are several activities included that are designed to practice these beginning throwing skills.
Antonyms - Multiple Choice
For this antonyms worksheet, students choose the correct antonyms for words that represent baseball. Students complete 10 multiple choice questions.
Synonyms: multiple choice
In this synonyms learning exercise, students choose the correct synonym for the given words about baseball. Students complete 10 multiple choice questions.
Misplaced modifiers can alter the meaning of a sentence, and take away from a writer's intended message. Use the reference sheet and activity to show middle schoolers how to edit confusing sentences with misplaced modifiers. A great addition to your grammar lesson, or within a proofreading activity.
Spanish: Interpreting Mexican Baseball
Students apply computer skills to research Mexican baseball. They complete worksheets about baseball terms specific to both the American and Mexican game. Students also practice verb conjugation skills.
Baseball Word Search
In this language arts and sports learning exercise, learners analyze 20 words in a word bank that pertain to the game of baseball. Students find these in a word search puzzle.
Ninth graders identify all of the positions of the baseball field and their responsibilities. They are taught the correct placement of the fielders. Students use the VR model of a baseball field, which shows the correct location of all of the fielders.
In this counting practice worksheet, students count the number of baseballs and write the number on the line. Students count 2 baseballs.
Negro Leagues Baseball: Its Rise and Demise
Students identify the various Negro Leagues from 1920-1948 researching the Negro Leagues through the Internet, textbooks, novels, and historical documents. They then identify inception dates, elements contributing to failure, and the date the league ceased to exist.