America's big game takes place in February. This activity gives students an opportunity to use measures of central tendency, stem and leaf plots, box and whiskers plot, and their knowledge of probability to analyze the history of the Super Bowl.
Students will determine the typical score of a Super Bowl game, compare recent games to those in the past, and make predictions as to what is likely to happen this year.
The activity may be used in its entirety or broken down into smaller activities. No matter how you use it, though, your students can be engaged in mathematics in a Super way!