By Teachers, For Teachers
Who will win the Super Bowl on Sunday? Remember to provide specific reasons to support your pick.
Who is performing at this year’s Super Bowl. Who would be a better choice for a half-time performer? Remember to provide specific reasons why your pick would appeal to more
Commercials that air during the Super Bowl have more viewers than any other TV event.
1. If you were going to run a Super Bowl commercial, what would you be promoting?
2. Brainstorm different ways you could get people’s attention and promote your product and/or cause.
3. In groups, choose one idea and produce a 30 second commercial to perform for the class.
The competing teams will be migrating South for the Super Bowl. Just like birds that migrate south for the winter, the teams seem to be doing much better in their new warm climate. ~Lesson on bird migration
Pittsburgh is known for steel production while the Packers are known as cheeseheads.
~Try lessons that tap into minerals, farming or other natural resources that help people survive.
United States Culture:
The Super Bowl has been an American tradition for 44 years. What other sports traditions are there in the United States, in your school and in your family?
As we witnessed with the Olympics, sports are an international tradition.
What sports are popular in other countries?
What do all sports fans and/or athletes have in common?
Make your lesson on measurements SUPER with this activity touchdown.
Super Bowl Pool
Let students pick squares on the pool chart.
Remind them of the standard scores for football. They want to pick a square that is the likely sum of the final scores, so they’ll have to work out potential scores before picking.
Touchdowns – 6
Extra point – 1
Field goal – 3
Safety - 2
Students will be tracking numbers and working out potential scores while they watch. The winner can get extra credit or a homework pass.
Is your class doing anything for the Super Bowl? Share you lessons in the comments section!