Sportsmanship Choice Cards: Improve sportsmanship in your class by using these choice cards. Students will see examples of good sportsmanship and poor sportsmanship and they will learn the difference.
There are 13 posters that are examples of good sportsmanship, 10 examples of poor sportsmanship and 2 editable posters. The editable documents will be in a PowerPoint and it will be easy to add your touch to the lesson or focus on a particular aspect of sportsmanship, which a class needs to focus on. Or you can write on the blank template with a marker.
These posters help students develop into good sports. They will learn about showing respect for opponents, teachers, referees and teammates. They will empathize with others and learn how to both win and loose graciously while channeling the positive or negative emotions in a constructive direction. Using the choice cards is a good way to start the year and outline the expectations in physical education and sportsmanship in physed. It is great as a back to school activity.
These posters are great for role-playing games, having a talk about sportsmanship or as a writing prop. It is great to use these as preparation for field days. Also, the examples of good sportsmanship can be used as posters and placed around the gymnasium.
Common Core Standard SL.3.1, SL.4.1, SL.5.1, SL.6.1