Something interesting happens to my husband and I around mid-March. We go just a little bit crazy. But what would the NCAA college basketball tournament be if we didn’t go a little mad about it? I mean, we’re talking about almost three straight weeks of college basketball with over 60 teams from all the conferences!
This year, we’re going to get the kids involved by adding a few educational activities. And I’m sharingthese free college basketball worksheets for kids with you!
Read on to see how to get your set free! And for more fun with hoops, check out our free basketball skip counting flashcards and our easy coffee filter basketball craft too!
Free College Basketball Worksheets for Kids
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This pack includes three different worksheets.
There’s no specified grade level for these, but they would work best for elementary-aged students.
A history of basketball worksheet features questions about the first college basketball tournament. (The kids can find the answers here.)
Use the college basketball geography worksheet to help kids learn about the cities where the tournament regional finals will be held this year. (Find the list of region locations here.)
Plus, there’s a college basketball math worksheet that helps kids practice skip-counting in reverse from 68 down to 2 – just like the tournament! (Our basketball skip counting flashcards would be helpful here.)
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Prey Species says
This is adorable – I think you may have just managed to get my husband excited about homeschooling….lol He is literally reading over my shoulder!
Very cool! Sports and homeschooling are a great match! 🙂
Awesome activity to get kids interested Math! I can’t wait to share this with a boy in my Preschool. He is in love with Basket ball and probably knows more than I do!
Yay! I hope he likes it!
Done! Thanks for the invite! 🙂
My middle schooler loved this as a unit study. I didn’t know where to start. Thank you for the inspiration.
You’re welcome! Glad you liked the post! 🙂