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Football Math and Literacy Worksheets ~ I have included a few Super Bowl Activities (Worksheets) as well.
Are you ready for some football? I love this time of year! My students really seem to enjoy themed activities. I like to take advantage of that and I have tied in Common Core skills to a lot of the pages. Several sheets are interactive and could be used in your interactive notebook.
Here’s what’s included:
**Which Football Fan? (Probablility)
**KWL Chart about Football
**3 booklets (What I Know About Football, What I Want to Know, and What I learned) ~ 6 pages (2 per booklet)
**2 pages of ABC Order (football words)
**Football Players “Can, Have, Are” ~ Write information in a paragraph (2 pages)
**Brainstorm (Web) football words ~ Write info in 4 complete sentences (2 pages)
**Football Nouns (Person, Place, or Thing) cut and paste
**Syllable Sort (1, 2, or 3) pictures – cut and paste
**Syllable Sort (1, 2, or 3) words – cut and paste
**Venn Diagram (compare football and soccer) – Write About It! Write info in at least 4 complete sentences.
**Decorate a banner for your favorite team
**My “Little Football” Words Mini Booklet (4 pages) A picture is given. Write the word twice and then write it in a complete sentence.
**It Time for Some Football – Write the time that is shown on the clock.
**It’s a Touchdown! ~ Use the chart to answer the questions (Math skills)
**Spin and Graph! (football pictures)
**Spin and Graph! (football words)
**Word Search (football words)
**Finish the Sentence ~ Cut and Paste
**Football Facts (2 pages) 1 of 2 Digit Addition, 1 of 3 Digit Addition
**Odd or Even (3 digits) ~ color code
**Proper or Common Noun ~ color code
**How Many Words Can You Make from:
Super Bowl Sunday?
**Who’s Going to Win? (take a poll) ~ tally, then graph
**Create a Commercial
Many people tune into the Super Bowl just to watch the commercials. If you could create your own commercial, what would it be? Describe it and illustrate it below.
**2 Pages of Roll, Add, and Color (2 dice)
**2 Pages of Roll, Add, and Color (3 dice)
**2 Pages of Roll, Double, Add, and Color (1 die)
**2 Page of Roll, Double, +1, Add, and Color (1 die)