March madness is upon us in more ways than one! We have the basketball play-offs going on, but also March sometimes feels like the LONGEST month. So, I compiled a list of some of my favorite March Activities for you to take a look at – Maybe it will give you some inspiration for this long month!
This is an awesome review game. I remember playing this when I was in school. Of course, back then it was the low-tech version, which is still doable. However, I really like the set up of this game. It is an investment, but worth it because it is editable and you can use it again and again. So, if you are in the basketball mood and need some review – try out this cool game.
If you are in need of a good freebie and quick activity. Try out this stem challenge. It is quick and inexpensive to do. Plus the resources are free on TpT. Click the picture above to download.
When I was looking for more neat ideas – I came across this website. If you click the picture above it will take you to the four lessons listed. I have used the bouncing balls of energy in my physical science class. These are some pretty solid resources and they are free!
Of course, the simplest way to have fun this march is to try and make your own bracket!! I started doing this when I first taught in China. One of our math teachers had an optional bracket competition – we would win a Snickers bar if our bracket was the closest (I never got close). It was all in good fun and the students could participate as well. It is great for building some relationships with your students! I highly recommend it!
What ideas do you have for March Madness?