Batter up! Make learning extra fun with this baseball theme math and literacy pack! It's full of language, literacy and math skills and perfect for pre-k, TK, kindergarten, and special education/language students.
Here's what's included:
Baseball Math and Literacy Pack
• Baseball Color Match Activity: Print, laminate, and cut apart pictures. Students match baseball objects to field according to color. A black and white version is provided to allow you to run on construction paper or color paper, saving on ink.
• Baseball Shapes: Students match baseball shapes to bats. Print, laminate and cut apart.
• Grand Slam Shapes Student Sheet: Students cut out and match baseball shapes to bat. Two versions are included. One has a shape symbol by for an easier activity. The other requires the learner to read the shape sight word.
• Baseball Rhyming Activity: Students match rhyming words to the correct picture. Print, laminate, and cut apart.
• Baseball Rhyming Student Sheet: Students cut out pictures and glue to the correct rhyming word.
• “Play Ball” Game: Print the field, scoreboard, question cards, laminate, and cut out the question cards. Divide the students into teams. There are 190 question cards to choose from. Choose the cards that best suits the level of your learners. I keep my cards sorted by level and choose from a particular pile according to which student is “at bat”. If a student answers the question correctly his token goes to first base (I use Unifix cubes). With each correct answer, the pieces (player) move over a base. When the player reaches home, a run is scored. If the player answers the question incorrectly, an out is recorded. When a team gets three outs, it is the other teams turn to answer questions. You can decide to play a certain number of innings or by time. Categories of questions include: colors, shapes, tally mark counting, number recognition, uppercase letter recognition, rhyming words, what doesn’t belong, what’s that category, syllables, and personal information, and popcorn words.
• Slammin’ Syllables: Print on cardstock, laminate, and cut apart cards. Students determine the number of syllables that are in each word. A student-recording sheet is also included.
• Baseball Write the Room Activity: Baseball vocabulary is displayed throughout the room. Students walk around the room and write the words on a recording sheet.
• What’s the score? Bat Tally Marks Activity: Students count the bat tally marks and glue the correct number next to the tally marks. Two student sheets to choose from: tally marks from 1-6 or 7-12. Choose the sheet that is most appropriate for the level of your learner.
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