We found 87 resources with the concept football
Science of NFL Football: Projectile Motion and Parabolas
4 mins 5th - 12th
Punt, pass, or kick your way to learning physics! An engaging lesson breaks down the mechanics of punting a football through an analysis of vectors. The ninth lesson of a video series explains the horizontal and vertical velocity...
Science of NFL Football: Newton's Third Law of Motion
4 mins 5th - 12th
A football tackle is just a transfer of momentum, Learners discover the principles of Newton's Third Law by analyzing football tackling. The third lesson in a series of 10 videos shows how the mass and velocity of a defensive player lead...
Super Bowl: History and Anthology
6th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
The educational opportunities are overwhelming with this (almost) complete anthology and history of every Super Bowl since 1968. Excite your football enthusiasts with information that can be used to create cross-curricular activities in...
Deducting Relationships: Floodlight Shadows
9th - 12th CCSS: Designed
Try to figure out what happens with shadows as a person moves between two light sources. A formative assessment lesson has individuals work on an assessment task based on similar triangles, then groups them based on their assessment...
Should Girls Be Allowed to Play High School Football?
5th - 6th CCSS: Adaptable
Combine text analysis with a prompt that is sure to spark interest and discussion with your class members. Pupils read a news article written in 2013 regarding an Alabama community's conversation on girls playing middle/high school...
The Sporting Life: Individual Sports in the 19th Century
6th - 8th
Middle schoolers use the internet and other sources to investigate the beginning of their favorite sport. They create a PowerPoint presentation, video or other means of media to explore the history of the sport, demonstrate how the...
Words in the News: Blatter Blasts Football's New Money Men
6th - 12th
Students discuss an article headline about Sepp Blatter, the international football league president. In groups, they work together to match new vocabulary words to their definition. They read an article and answer questions about Blatter.