These math sports games and sports literacy centers are meant to be an engaging way for your students to practice math & literacy skills.
This set of math & literacy center practice activities might be just what you need to add a bit of themed fun into your math and reading plans.
You can download this free set of math sports games and sports reading centers at the bottom of this post. Please click on the bold title, Sports of all Sorts Printables
The following math activities are included:
- Sprint to the Finish – Addition, Subtraction & Multiplication Game Boards
- Soccer Ball & Baseball Multiplication Bump – 2 Game Boards (for different types of number cubes)
- Football Four in a Row – Addition & Multiplication Versions
- Shoot to the Top -Addition Game
- How Do You Measure Up? – Use the picture pages provided with inch/cm rulers OR bring in REAL sports equipment and use larger measurement tools!
The following literacy activities are included:
- Fry Word Game Boards – 10 Game Boards for the First 200 Words
- Fry Word Plural Plays – Print and laminate the Fry noun word cards and place them at a center. (These words are nouns taken from the first 300 to 400 words on the Fry list.) Students choose a card, write the word on the recording page and then make that word plural in the second column.
- Fry Word Past Tense Plays – This is the same concept as the noun activity above except verbs have been chosen from the Fry list. Students choose a verb card and then write the past tense of the verb in the second column.
- Three Cheers for Super Sentences! – Print and laminate the word pair cards. Students choose a card, read the two words and then write a sentence that contains both words. Students are required to write sentences with at least six words and encouraged to add details.
- What is Volleyball? – Informational Text Passage with Comprehension Questions and Facts & Opinion Organizer
- SCORE with Synonyms! Word Puzzles – Print and laminate the puzzle pieces. Cut apart and place them at a center. Students put together the synonym pairs. We have included a recording page in case you would like to students to write the pairs they find.
You can download this complete set of math sports games and sports reading centers here:
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