Want to hit a home run in your classroom with some exciting math and literacy baseball activities? Who else is excited about the Baseball World Series?! In this resource, you'll find some super fun ways to incorporate the Baseball World Series and learning with your students!
Here is what is included in this Baseball World Series resource:
Play Ball Game Board- Use with spelling words or math facts. Students roll dice and move around the game board turning over and answering one of their “baseball” spelling words or math facts! How many home runs will they score?
Baseball Word or Math Facts- These are editable or print the blank ones for students to write their own spelling words or math facts (Use with the Play Ball Game Board).
Bat Spelling Paper- Take a fun spelling test with this paper!
What Makes a Good Sport- This helps aid in a great discussion and students can write and/or draw their answers.
Mini Play Ball Writing Book- Copy these two pages back to back for a mini writing/drawing book about the World Series!
World Series Graphing- Have students practice graphing and tally marks to help decide who the class thinks will win the world series!
Take Me Out to the Ball game song- Have students practice the 7th inning stretch by reading/singing the words to this famous baseball song!
Book Summary Form- Have students summarize a book they are reading with this “hit” form!
My Baseball Card- Have students create their own baseball cards!
Baseball Math Fact Practice- Students color the ball that goes with the right glove! This is editable, so add your own facts and answers!
Telling Time Mini Math Book- Students practice telling time with a Baseball theme!
Positive Sticky Notes- Write your own positive sticky notes to your students about something they did that was a “Home Run!” This is editable, but once you write a message in the first box- it will duplicate the message across the page to save you time!