Summer SPORTS Activities | STEM

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Teacher's Brain - Cindy Martin
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Be the teacher they remember with these engaging Summer Sports Activities! ***UPDATED 2021*** You will have plenty to do in writing, reading, math, and science! Kids will have a blast learning about summer sports, traditions, and symbols! This download is full of "EXTRAS"! Check it out!


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•Pg. 1 Cover

•Pg. 2 Table of Contents

•Pg. 3 Suggested Lesson Plan

•Pg. 4 Standards K-2

•Pg. 5 Materials Needed

•Pg. 6 Home Connection (Send Home to Parents)

•Pg. 7 KWL Chart

•Pg. 8-10 Shadow Puppets (Students guess the shadow game)

•Pg. 11 Venn diagram comparing summer and winter games

•Pg. 12 Summer Sports Mini Book (primary)

•Pg. 13 Summer Sports Mini Book (intermediate lines)

•Pg. 14-19 Primary Lined and Intermediate Lined Writing Paper with Summer Sports-related Prompts (Opinion, Persuade)

•Pg. 20 Ask a Friend If they want to play Summer Sports one day and GRAPH

•Pg. 21 Graph and Count the Summer Sports

•Pg. 22 Design Medals Printable

•Pg. 23 History of Rings - Color and meaning

•Pg. 24 The History of the Flame

•Pg. 25 Example of the Craft Torch

•Pg. 26 Printable to make a Craft Torch

•Pg. 27 Label the Winter Sport

•Pg. 28 Design a t-shirts for a winter sport

•Pg. 29 Design your own Sports Hat/headband

•Pg. 30 Headband to go with the Hat

•Pg. 31 -63 POSTERS (sports, archery, badminton, basketball, beach volleyball, boxing, canoe / kayak, cycling, diving, equestrian, fencing, field hockey, golf, gymnastics, handball, judo, modern pentathlon, rowing, rugby, sailing, shooting, soccer / football, swimming, synchronized swimming, table tennis, taekwondo, tennis, track and field, triathlon, volleyball (indoor), water polo, weightlifting, wrestling)

•Pg. 64 Cover to a Summer Sports Journal

•Pg. 65 Word Bank for Journal

•Pg. 66-70 Pages to Write in the Journal

•Pg. 71 Rubric for Journal

•Pg. 72 2021 Summer Sports Glasses

•Pg. 73 – 84 STEM Field Hockey Activity (Design, Build, Play, Rubric Included)

•Pg 85-89 Write The Room Activity

•Pg. 90 Credits

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Total Pages
90 pages
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Teaching Duration
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