Sportsmanship Video Writing Prompts

 

 

 

K-2: Cheering on Kindness

Those nice players deserve congratulations for being such good sports. Draw a sign that shows how proud you are of their actions. Include adjectives that describe their good deed.

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3-5: Are You a Good Sport?

Think of a time that you lost at a sport or contest. Describe that experience and how you reacted. Did you demonstrate good sportsmanship?


6-8: Put Yourself in Their Cleats

Imagine that you are on the opposing team in a similar situation during an important playoff game. If that home run is the difference between winning and going to the state championship or ending your season, what would you do?


9-12: Big League Sportsmanship

If this were a professional sports event, would you support the same action and result? Why or why not?


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