# 14 search results for "super bowl"

## 9 Super Bowl activities

As the Super Bowl approaches, engage your students with any or many of our football activities.

## Typical Super Bowl scores

Just updated! In this activity students study historical Super Bowl data to reflect on average (mean, median, and mode), losing scores, winning scores, and range of scores. They are asked to judge which of these central measurements seem the most meaningful and…

## Super Bowl Numerals

Introduce Roman numerals to your class.  In this activity students learn the rules for evaluating Roman numerals, decipher copyright dates, see how Roman numerals are used today, and do some strange looking arithmetic and surprisingly easy computation.

What will a 30-second Super Bowl ad cost this year? Next year? In the future? How would you describe this rise in cost?

## Super Bowl ads and scientific notation

Let your students revisit and reflect on the interesting commercials with this scientific notation activity.
Students practice using scientific notation as they calculate the cost of Super Bowl commercials. After working with these incredible costs, students get to express their opinions about the ads and decide who the marketing was geared towards.

## Super Bowl cheesy pretzel poppers

… A little more delicious work for the Super Bowl.  Students follow a recipe that involves “cutting the cheese” block, figuring how many servings, estimating how many times they need to multiply the recipe by to make enough pretzel bites, and…

## 15 NFL Math activities!

Do teams that spend a lot win a lot?  –  Students compare team wins with team salaries in the four major North American sports … the NBA, NFL, MLB and NHL.  Students use data from recent seasons to create scatter plots…

## Greasing light poles

The Philadelphia police were being proactive about keeping their enthusiastic Eagles fans from being reckless as they celebrated their 2018 Super Bowl win.  So, the police departments frosted the city light poles with Crisco shortening to help discourage fans from…

## NFL Math Activities

Home team advantage – In this activity students use an infographic to compare NFL team home and away wins. Students consider the best home team, the best away team and consider if NFL teams really do seem to have a home field…

## Best Sports City

My friend from Boston created this list of cities that had won championships (in the last 10 years) in the four major national leagues. What does this list make you wonder? Which city has the best teams?  How do you…

## How much should a World Series commercial cost?

Click on this picture to see it larger in a new window. We all know that a Super Bowl commercial costs a ton of money.  What about a World Series commercial?  If you were representing a company that wanted to…

## Thank You!

We are excited to share some recent blog posts about Yummymath.  Enjoy what people are saying and how they are using our website and materials. Yummymath has Yummy Ideas!  A one to one classroom teacher describes the impact of using yummymath…

## All Star Game 2012

The NBA All Star game is being held on February 26th.  Did you know that this was the third major professional sport all star game in the last month. The Pro Bowl and the NHL All Star Game were also…

## Deflategate

The deflated ball controversy makes an interesting segue into negative number line understanding.  A particular digital psi football gauge reads 0 when the ball is at a proper NFL inflation of 13 psi.  Footballs inflated under 13 psi produce negative psi readings…