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Jump into the March Madness tournament to apply probability concepts to a real-world application. Great for your sports-loving students. Students explore probability first by determining the probability that a team will win. Students, further, weight teams based on historical data and/or team sta
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Build interest in reading with a Tournament of Books! This is a book bracket with 16 books including The Lightening Thief, Tuck Everlasting, Because of Mr. Terupt, Out of My Mind, and Dear Dumb Diary. Use the bracket and let students vote on their favorite book to see which book wins the tournament
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Bring on the March Madness! I created these reading response, comprehension, and book report sheets to go along with the March Madness Tournament of Books activity I am doing in my classroom. Each of these basketball themed sheets can be used individually as well. They are not specific to any boo
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Looking for a fun way to celebrate March Madness and Reading in your classroom or library? Hosting a Tournament of Books is the perfect activity! I do a school wide Tournament of Books through my elementary library classes but this could easily be adapted to a classroom as well! Included: Display
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I created this activity to help my biology students pattern and differentiate the traits of various animals, mainly invertebrates. Students compare and contrast the presence of a backbone in round one, the symmetry of the animal in round two, whether or not the animal possess stinging cells in round
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This item is a great way to engage students and recognize the popular March Madness Tournament in your classroom through math! This activity is great before spring break or utilized as a testing review. All questions are 4th grade common core math aligned. The rigor of the problems increase in each
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This March Madness tournament features thirty-two blood-related vocabulary terms. This activity is reserved for advanced biology students or for human anatomy and physiology students who are studying a chapter on blood as a fluid tissue. First round winners of this tournament are not a cell or hormo
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Do more than educate your students for the next grade by giving them a fundamental understanding about the pathway to college! Many students in your class could be the first-generation college graduate in their family. Teaching the basics of college vocabulary, answering questions, calming fears and
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This will include all of the pieces needed to get your March Madness Tournament of Books bulletin board up and running! The first pages will have the spots for the sweet 16, the elite 8, the final four, the top two, and the top book that your class will vote on! The last page will include a page
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Looking for a fun way to incorporate content into the NCAA March Madness Tournament? This multi-day activity combines the fun of the 16 remaining teams with the skills students gather throughout the year. This project combines Math, Social Studies and Science with a dash of college and career planni
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Do your students need more reinforcement comparing and contrasting protists, fungi, and microbes? If so, then this taxonomy tournament bracket challenge then is for you! Contestants from three different kingdoms of life along with a few viruses have registered for this tournament and are ready to co
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This is an activity that has students use included data (thru 2015) to run a simulation of the Men's NCAA Basketball Tournament either using a random digit table or a graphing calculator. It is in a Word document so you can easily modify it to meet your needs. A blank bracket with seeds is include
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This file is designed to accompany the March Mathematical Madness Challenge. Both the 2017 men's and women's tournament fields are included in a bracketed format. The complete tournament bracket is part of this file, along with each region's brackets on a singular sheet of paper which can be used
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Do you want to incorporate math into your March Madness Tournament of Books? This graph will help you do just that! Students can actively participate, tallying votes as they are counted and helping find the winner.
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This file is designed to accompany the March Mathematical Madness Challenge. Both the 2018 men's and women's tournament fields are included in a bracketed format. The complete tournament bracket is part of this file, along with each region's brackets on a singular sheet of paper which can be used
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Easily run your own NCAA March Madness Tournament in your classroom using this Excel spreadsheet template. After entering in your student's information from their brackets, you simply select the winner of each game using the drop down menu, and the points will automatically calculate on their brack
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This March Basketball Tournament Math Project is Common Core aligned, and with it’s real world applications, your students will have a blast completing it! Students will follow the March Basketball Tournament to track statistics on certain teams, their favorite player, and more! Some of the ma
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*NOW EDITABLE Hello, friend! Thank you so much for your interest in this product! This original idea has been adapted from the wonderful Brown Bag Teacher. Her wonderfull idea focuses around students reading books and then collectively deciding which book deserves to be in the #1 spot. I took that
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Incorporate this exciting time of year with a very engaging math review packet utilizing a March Madness basketball tournament theme (targets the 5th grade level but also great for 6th grade review and 4th grade accelerated). Your students do not have to be interested in or have knowledge of the NC
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Note: If you buy this project once - it will be updated EVERY YEAR for the March Madness Tournament FOR FREE!!!! Currently Updated 3/11/18 for the 2018 NCAA Tournament!! Everyone loves this time of year, why you ask, because of MARCH MADNESS of course!!! Every year the best tournament in sports c
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Harness the excitement of NCAA March Madness with this huge project for secondary math teachers that follows all stages of the tournament! This Common Core aligned bundle comes with bonus parts not sold individually in my store so you can create a rich immersion in the tournament, practice probabil
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This fun-filled MARCH MADNESS Thematic Unit is perfect for your sports lovers! Use their interests during tournament time to spark their interest in learning! This product contains: March Madness Color Coded Close Read March Madness Flip Book Math Task Cards for 1-2: -PLACE VALUE PLAYS: 12 place
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The March Madness Tournament of Books is a fun way to get your kids excited about reading and listening to great books. The books are put into brackets and voted on during multiple weeks. It starts with the "Sweet 16". Over the next few weeks students vote and eliminate books until they reach the
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March Madness Articulation A College Basketball-Themed Speech and Language Activity. Great for students who love sports. Students will practice their articulation sounds in basketball-related words, as well as shoot some baskets of their own! This Packet Includes: --Basketball Articulation Word Li
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Play your own version of speech therapy march madness with these speech brackets. It's a great way to get over the "cold weather and no football to watch" blues! Activities in this set include: Championship Articulation Brackets: Each bracket is pre-filled with 16 words in the initial tournament
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Let the Madness begin!!! This resource enables students to participate in a variety of fun, engaging activities, sure to bring the excitement of March Madness to your classroom! This resource consists of three different segments. First, there are three mini-games in which students compete again
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March Madness is perfect for math! Why not ride on the coattails of the always exciting NCAA Basketball Tournament?? It's the perfect week-long theme to hook kiddos into learning/practicing those critical mid to late year concepts! Score With Common Core offers up oodles of math printables that
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Students will choose their own team in the March Madness tournament and find the data landmarks for the points that team scored throughout the year. Students will also be asked to create a histogram using the points the team scored throughout the year. *One modification - If you prefer you can giv
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This 5-page PDF document offers a fun activity to help students practice locating the NCAA tournament teams’ cities on maps in an atlas, using the atlas index and coordinates. Learning in disguise! The document includes activity directions, as well as activity vocabulary and possible discussion que
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March Madness Listening Comprehension A College Basketball-Themed Speech and Language Activity. Great for students who love sports. Students will hear interesting facts about college basketball over the years, as well as shoot some baskets of their own! This Packet Includes: --24 Question Cards (e
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**UPDATED 01/27/17 with 2017 dates** My students {love} sports and between rec teams and AAU teams, it seems they spend most of their afternoons and weekends involved in some type of athletic event. Additionally, being a Kentuckian, basketball is serious business. UK rules. No questions asked. This
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If your classroom is like mine during the month of March, there is a lot of talk about basketball! With the NCAA Men's Basketball tournament a big topic of interest, March Madness is a great opportunity to brings sports into the classroom. This activity focuses all that basketball excitement in a me
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March Madness math games . . . yes, please!!! Looking for a theme to help bridge that gap from St. Pat's to Easter?? March Madness is the perfect theme. Sports are always a no-brainer hook for kiddies!!! My goal with this packet was to create a series of common core flavored math games and activit
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Each year millions of Americans participate in filling out a bracket for the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship, otherwise known as "March Madness." I have tried to do brackets with my 3rd and 4th grade students in the past, but it is very difficult to manage. (Note: This product is a smaller ve
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Want a fun way to review multiplication and division in your classroom? How about having a classroom tournament? This pack is will help you implement March Madness Math. Included in this pack: instructions page, team scoreboards, tournament bracket, multiplication quizzes, and division quizzes. Th
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This project is designed for middle school students to show them how math can be used in real-life. This project uses the NCAA tournament to review data analysis and probability skills, such as bar graphs, experimental probability, and measures of central tendency. -Before starting this project, t
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March Madness is a great time for math in the classroom!! The NCAA tournament encompasses many opportunities for real world and math relationships. This product includes 12 task cards aligned with Common Core Standards and an answer sheet. These can be used for warm-ups, bell ringers, centers a
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Do you have students interested in the March Madness basketball tournament? Then this is the activity you need! Students will select a team in the NCAA March Madness tournament that they are interested in learning more about. Using select websites with detailed instructions, students will research
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Bring the excitement of March Madness to your classroom. Your students will select a team that makes the Sweet 16 in this year's NCAA men's basketball tournament. Students will do the following tasks: - Fill out a bracket for their team's region - Look up general information about their team.
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In March, the NCAA basketball tournament begins, and so does the book tournament! Choose your own books, and create a bracket using these posters. Let your students fill out their own, predict a winner, and enjoy reading new books to your students! I had a different mystery reader come in to read ea
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The end of the college basketball season comes, and March Madness takes over. Millions of people tackle the challenge of creating the perfect bracket by attempting to predict the winner of all 63 games in the tournament. How difficult can that be? (wink, wink) This slide show first deliver
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Let's get ready to rumble! It's March Madness time, which means, you guessed it - Basketball! Basketball is not only a sport filled with excitement and unbelievable athletes; it also is full of mathematical concepts, as you will find in this challenge! In this challenge, you will look at many diffe
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I made this product in recognition of College Basketball's Annual March Madness. It is a simple file folder game asking word problems using addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. It is the PERFECT word problem practice! Players take turns drawing cards and answering the questions. If
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Bring March Madness into your classroom with these hands on learning opportunities to understand fractions, decimals, percentages, mean, median, and mode. In addition, students become marketing agents for state universities playing in the NCAA Tournament. The unit culminates into a Tourney Day on th
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This product is perfect for incorporating March Madness fun into your Social Studies classroom! This product includes THREE separate activities! The latitude and longitude activities requires students to find the coordinates for different teams playing in the tournament. The timeline asks students t
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This Microsoft Word document contains an overview page and all handouts/worksheets my March Madness Statistics Unit. It uses some data from the 2013 men's basketball season, but can be altered for future seasons. Each lesson is specifically tied to each round of the NCAA Men's Basketball tournament
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Contents: -One March Madness Bracket (2 pages to be taped/glued together and laminated) -1 page of cards that tell students to move ahead or backwards- print as many as needed -1 page of cards for students to collect as they reach the championship- print as many as needed -Word Lists for /r/, /s,z/,
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In this project, student will use their data analysis skills to research each teams' chance of winning the NCAA Tournament. Students will also use probability to fill in their own brackets for the tournament. This lesson is a fun way to incorporate March Madness into the math classroom.
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If you are looking for a way to introduce your students to the madness surrounding the NCAA men's basketball tournament then look no further. This product contains a reading comprehension story that begins with the creation of the tournament and continues all of the way to its current grandeur. Stud
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Our students have been SO EXCITED about our book tournament we just started. This product includes a picture and pages to get you started creating the same excitement in your classroom! We chose books across several different genres and several that are part of a series hoping to help them find a ne
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Each year, the NCAA basketball tournament captures the attention of many students and adults alike. Need a little something to keep students engaged while enriching them at the same time? Basketball Wordplay Fun offers anagrams, words-within-words, a basketball webquest, and links to online fun.
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It's time to make World History fun!!! This is the March Madness of World History! The students will make predictions about who the most influential figure is in World History. They will fill out their bracket at the beginning of the year, and then as they study these individuals throughout the y
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