YOU are invited to participate!

March Madness® is coming to Indiana! For the first time ever, fifth grade teachers can easily blend the NCAA® basketball championship with activities that meet Indiana Department of Education Academic Standards! We’ve curated a selection of fun lessons and ways to integrate basketball into your lesson plan. 

This virtual program is FREE and you can choose whether you want to incorporate the entire month into your class everyday with quick and easy activities or you want to find an engaging activity by subject matter – you decide.

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This new program is virtual and focused on creating easy access for fifth grade teachers to share fun and engaging lessons and activities with their classes. At the same time, the lessons align with the Indiana DOE Academic Standards.

The program is geared for fifth grade teachers with engaging content related to March Madness to share with their classes and downloadable worksheets.

Program Details:

• The programming is approximately 15-30 minutes daily during March Madness, but also available on-demand.

• Daily activities through March Madness.

• On-demand subjects available for teachers in order to meet their own schedules this Spring.

End Goal?

Give teachers and students a fun way to get in on the bracket with this March Madness Skills Challenge! Students will use knowledge of place value to compare numbers, and with a bit of luck hopefully advance to the National Championship game at the Final Four.

As a give-back, each participating teacher in Indiana will receive free access to the fieldXperience platform for additional career and personal upskilling with badges and a verified performance report.

March Madness Bracket Challenge

Teachers and students get ready for the Championship and learn to build their own NCAA Brackets:
NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship Bracket (learn important math skills to select your teams)
Favorite Book Bracket (select your books)

Sign Up for this FREE program TODAY!

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