The Baseball seasonal pages will provide you with excellent learning opportunities to celebrate this "Great American Past Time". Ideas within the baseball pages include: math activities, baseball history, journal activities, and lesson plans.
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Baseball Almanac Grades Various
Learn about various aspects of the game.
Little League Baseball
An article that focuses on what baseball and softball can teach us.
Printable Worksheets Grades Elementary
Baseball Shape Books, Coloring Pages, and Activities
The Science of Baseball
A great resource to help you and your students learn about the science aspects of baseball.
Fact or Fiction
Students compare prior knowledge about baseball before the lesson to learned knowledge after researching information about baseball. Students improve research skills and knowledge of baseball history.
The Game and Beyond
" . . .Have you ever wondered why a curveball curves, or how ERA is calculated? Well in this site we try to answer those questions along with many more. You can learn how to score a game and study the physics behind baseball."
Grades Intermediate - Middle School
Students will study a thematic unit based on the game of baseball to investigate number and number relations.
From Baseball Grades Any
There are activities that teach how baseball is related to science, math, writing, and American History.
Negro Leagues Baseball
Two lesson plans that explore the development of African American baseball. Students make a timeline, and research players to design a baseball card. Designed for use with Foosteps magazine, but adaptable.
Baseball in Your Classroom Grades Any
A flexible, adaptable game to motivate your students.
Them Out to the Ball Game
When baseball fever strikes, these activities from Education World can be the perfect antidote. Included: A stadium full of activities and links to team sites, baseball math sites, cross-curricular projects -- and even the famous Abbott and Costello "Who's On First?" script!
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