Mathlete Sports Tasks are hypothetical situations geared to a sports fan that require them to step inside the white lines! Millions of students and teachers enjoy sports and these tasks leverage the vast math applications and layer them critical thinking skills. Students must analyze data, perform calculations, construct multiple arguments with the data, AND make a decision. All with sports! Ideal as a small group activity.
The items that are included are:
Mathlete - Adding Decimals - Baseball - OPS
Mathlete - Adding Three Digit Numbers - Football - Rushing Totals
Mathlete - Comparing Fractions - Soccer - Completed Passes
Mathlete - Decimal Word Names - Football - Combine WR Speed
Mathlete - Estimating Angle Measurements - Olympic - Javelin Throw
Mathlete - Fraction of a Number - Basketball - Shooting
Mathlete - Fractions in Lowest Terms - Softball - Batting Stats
Mathlete - Fractions on a Number Line - Football - Field Goals
Mathlete - Input-Output Tables (Add & Sub) - Golf - Iron Length
Mathlete - Multiplication by 2, 3, 4, 5 - Olympics - Medal Count
Mathlete - Ordering Decimals to the Thousandths - Hockey - Vezina Trophy
Mathlete - Subtracting 3 Digit Numbers - Golf - Short Game
*Note the contents of this bundle may overlap with other bundles
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