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Get ready for baseball season with this daily math activities lesson! Four ideas offer quick activities related to your local team's wins and losses. Do all or some with your learners, and incorporate the current season into your classroom. The activities include tallying wins and losses, writing equations of the tallies, keeping track of patterns, and using ten frames to visualize results. For the second activity, consider using a calendar instead of a hundred board for further analysis.
Students explore language arts by reading a classic book in class. In this story vocabulary lesson, students read the book Into the A, B, Sea and identify the use of specific vocabulary words. Students define the story vocabulary words and utilize them in a word play activity.
Students become aware of how Japanese Americans lived during World War II. In this lesson about baseball and how it affected Japanese Americans, students analyze the lives of these people. The lesson is divided into three parts where students activate background knowledge, look at images, read a story, and write about what they have learned. Students will understand through the activities the events that happened during this time period.
What happens when we have problems? Have your youngsters read a book to discover how a boy solved his very own baseball problem. Using Here Comes the Strikeout, they will draw parallels between themselves and the book's characters. Discussion questions guide your instruction, and the writing connection asks what your learners like to play. Practice basic problem solving by reading this story.