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UPDATED with 2021 Men's and Women's March Madness brackets. March Madness is the perfect time to have students use the computer to research colleges! Have your Elementary School students research colleges of their choice using online tools and graphic organizers. You can do this activity any time of
Much like college basketball teams are trying to carve out their path to the Final Four, our students are trying to figure out their path after high school. This March Madness themed college research project instructs students to research three colleges ( two from the NCAA tournament and one from th
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9th - 12th
To complete this activity, assign your students the name of a college or university. Your students will then need to go online to the school’s homepage to attempt to answer the following questions about the college or university. This is a great way to engage your students beyond just the sports dur
In the March Madness: College Research Activity, students will learn about what to consider when deciding on where to go to college. Students will learn about factors in the college decision process such as cost, size, location, programs of study, admission requirements, and student activities. Stud
In this project, students are given the opportunity to simultaneously bolster their US geography knowledge, while learning about our nations great higher education institutions. Framed around the March Madness basketball tournament, students choose a participating school, conduct research, and prese
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6th - 9th
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All the necessary information (instructions and worksheets) to lead your students on a college research unit. Best used after teaching about college vocabulary, this unit asks students to identify information about a college of their choice and create a presentation. It includes several presentation
Students research and find out all the general and specific information over a college. This helps students get an idea of what it takes to get accepted into college. I like to complete during the March Madness Basketball Tournament. You could even administer a college fair type of event after. H
Your students will enjoy reading and researching about the history of March Madness. I primarily use this as a gifted and talented as well as high achievers enrichment activity - for when students finish his/her work.In this activity your students will read online web information, summarize it. Then
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4th - 8th
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If you enjoyed my Super Bowl packet, you will love this. This product is a must have for any elementary teacher that loves to teach Language Arts and math skills in themes. With March Madness about to begin, this packet is a fun way to practice various skills. Included are the following games: -
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2nd - 5th
This unit is filled with different March Madness activities. This is current for the 2021 NCAA tournament. Included is a win percentage activity, state college look up, and college research project. Also brackets can be printed out for a fun classroom competition.
Get your students even more excited about the March Madness basketball tournament! Included in this resource are discussion questions/task cards all related to the NCAA tournament, a blank bracket, a college research project, and a fun extension activity. Students can answer the discussion question
Grades:
2nd - 5th
Are you ready for March Madness?I hope you are -- because it is upon us! This packet has the students finding the states on a map, finding fractions and decimals. Locating the distance between several pointsYou will need to upload the NCAA 2019 bracket if you want but it is not necessary for this
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3rd - 5th
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Intended for use by intermediate and advanced ESL students.Included:•Pre-reading activity•Vocabulary list of uncommon words/ phrases•Reading passage•Reading comprehension•2 Research pages about colleges•Comparative & Superlative explanation•Comparative & Superlative exercises•Conversation &a
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7th - 12th, Adult Education
If you love basketball and March Madness, this is the project for you. It has real world application as the students get to research colleges on topics like location, mascot, famous alumni, etc. At the end of the project, you can watch March Madness in class (muted of course). A previous principal,
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7th - 12th
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This is a two-three week project that involves the students in the NCAA March Madness Basketball Tournament. Allow the students to choose or pick at random a school that is participating in the tournament. There is a math section and a written essay that accompanies this project. The math portion
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6th - 8th
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This research project allows students to have some fun with the NCAA March Madness Tournaments while working on research and writing skills. Students first complete a bracket. Next, they select a team from that bracket and research information about their selected college/university. They will cr
Grades:
4th - 7th
This is a two-three week project that involves the students in the NCAA March Madness Basketball Tournament. Allow the students to choose or pick at random a school that is participating in the tournament. There is a math section and a written essay that accompanies this project. The math portion
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6th - 8th
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This is a bundle of four activities that will engage history students by relating it to the annual college basketball tournament in a fun learning experience. Include in this bundle are: (1) March Madness: History’s Mad Monarchs (2) March Madness on the High Seas: Who were history’s most notori
Print this poster on 8.5x11 or 11x17 and display in your classroom, hall, office, show to your atheletes, or send home as a homework assignment for students to research. Perfect for students of all ages. Over 80% of high school seniors change their college major at least once. Give your students th
The NCAA college basketball championship games are in March! You will be amazed at how much math, geography, and reading are involved in this one sport! These activities can be done in school or by researching at home. Learn new basketball vocabulary, study college locations on a map and informati
This is a summary lesson that will engage history students who are relating to the annual college basketball tournament in a fun learning experience. So much of history is presented in the form of “success” rather than “failure.” Alexander the Great successfully carved out the greatest empire o
This is a summary lesson that will engage history students in an enjoyable learning experience by using the format of the annual college basketball tournament. Either individually or in small groups students research and make from one to four brief presentations in an effort to have their assigned
This is a summary lesson that will engage history students who are relating to the annual college basketball tournament in a fun learning experience. In this activity students are divided into either four or eight “teams” charged with researching the lives and actions of some of history’s most n
This is activity that will engage history students by relating it to the annual college basketball tournament in a fun learning experience. History is littered with rulers whose crazy, erratic, self-serving, often cruel and capricious behavior have caused suffering for their own citizens and the

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