Predictions (pages 3-13 )
Have your students make predictions about who they think will win the Super Bowl. There are different options for you to choose how you would like to do it in your class.
--In my class I print out page 3 as a poster (four pages that I have to line up and tape together). Then I have the students decorate a helmet with their name on it. When everyone is finished decorating, I have them come up and place the helmet underneath the team they think is going to win.
--You can also cut out the large logos and put them onto chart paper and make the big chart that way.
--I have included sheets of smaller helmets, depending on how big your chart will be.
--I have also included footballs in case you would rather have the students make the predictions on them instead.
Side note: I tell the students that aren’t into football that they can pick it based on what state they like better, what team colors they like better, etc.
Create a Super Bowl Ticket (pages 14-16)
--There are different options for how you may want to do this and I have included a few in the packet.
--You can have them create a Super Bowl ticket for this particular Super Bowl.
--In my class, I tell them to pretend the Super Bowl was taking place in our town. How would they create the ticket to represent what our town has to offer? They come up with very creative ideas. Another idea would be to create it for your state.
Super Bowl Scavenger Hunt (page 17-18)
This is always a favorite in my class. I obviously do not make it mandatory, but it does get students excited to watch. I tell them they do not have to stay up for the entire game. Most questions they can answer the next morning, or even have a family member help them with!
Unfortunately, I can’t provide an answer key to this until the game is over…which I will upload the following morning!
Acrostic Poem (page 19)
Teamwork Writing (pages 20-22)
Super Bowl Math Problems (pages 23-24)
All About Roman Numerals (pages 25-26)
Word Search with Answer Key (pages 27-28)