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In this word recognition activity, students trace the word "football," write the word independently, and color the picture of the football.
For this word recognition worksheet, students trace the words "helmet and football," write the words independently, and color the picture of a helmet and football.
In this football learning exercise, students match football terms with their definitions. Students complete 20 matches total on this learning exercise.
In this football worksheet, students color a picture of a football and helmet and trace words "My favorite team is" and continue the sentence with their favorite team. Students trace, color, and write 1 time each.
Students participate in two minute drills throwing and catching a football. In this football instructional activity, the students are divided into teams and pass the football at various distances. The students may rotate their team roles after each drill.
In this word search about football worksheet, students read the football related words in the word bank and find them in the word search. Students find 19 words.
In this London activity and progress test worksheet, students respond to a total of 16 short answer, multiple choice, matching, and fill in the blank questions pertaining to London.
In this Welsh history instructional activity, students identify the names of four famous Welsh people based on the descriptions given. Students also take an eight question multiple choice quiz based on their knowledge of Wales. Students participate in a jigsaw reading activity and learn several Welsh words that are listed on a chart.
In this football word search learning exercise, learners will find and circle 17 football related words on a puzzle that is in the shape of a football.
For this word search worksheet, students complete the word search puzzle about football. Students find the 32 NFL teams in the puzzle.
In this word recognition activity, students trace the words "football players", write the words independently, and color the picture of 3 football players.
In this football worksheet, students define and discuss thirty-three key terms associated with football and circle each one in a word search puzzle.
For this football worksheet, students use creative writing skills to design their own football kit. There are five sentences to complete.
In this interactive worksheet, students will answer 10 general questions or comments by selecting the best answer (out of 4) from a drop-down box.
Students research Earth science by participating in a food preparation activity. In this agriculture lesson, students discuss where corn comes from, how it used in modern day recipes and what the health benefits of the plant are. Students read text regarding the history of the plant and soak kernels overnight before they examine the food.
Students complete a unit of lessons on a variety of types of American music. They record their impressions of music samples on a worksheet, identify types of instruments, and choose a musical selection for their family to respond to.
For this American Life activity and progress test worksheet, students respond to a total of 23 short answer, true/false, multiple choice, matching, crossword puzzle, and fill in the blank questions pertaining to American Life.
In this free fall kinematics instructional activity, students solve a variety of problems using given equations to find velocities of objects dropped at rest, position of objects dropped from rest and velocities of objects thrown upwards.
Invite your learners to consider how technological advancements and increased trade and travel have affected the development of our world community, and the drastic shifts in culture and lifestyle that have occurred as a result of globalization. Green discusses the benefits of this cultural phenomenon and specifically delves into the concept of free trade and governmental regulations, the history of industry, domestic and international production, and global access to diverse cultural histories and improved wages.
Students read an article about the football game between the Indianapolis Colts and the Chicago Bears for the Super Bowl title. As a class, they discuss if the Sunday the Superbowl is played should be a holiday. Individually, they write a response to what American culture is like and how it has changed. In groups, they analyze how the rules of the game have changed over time and share their favorite commericals.

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