Showing posts with label NFL. Show all posts
Showing posts with label NFL. Show all posts

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Take Your Class On a NFL Virtual Field Trip

The Super Bowl is happening this weekend. If your students have an interest in football, you might be interested in a virtual field trip that the NFL and Discovery Education are hosting tomorrow.

NFL Play 60 Kids Day Live is happening tomorrow at 12pm Eastern Time. The free virtual event will take kids on a tour of the field where the Super Bowl will be played. Throughout the tour there will be appearances from NFL players and cheerleaders who will share tips for staying physically active and healthy. You can register for the virtual field trip right here.

For those who cannot attend tomorrow, the virtual field trip will be available on-demand at a later date. And there are lots of related lesson plans that you can download and other videos that you can view on-demand on the NFL Play 60 Teachers' page. There are lesson plans that can be used in elementary school and middle school physical education, science, math, and language arts.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

From Oxford to the NFL

Today's episode of CNN Student News has a story that every high school athlete should watch. In today's episode there is a segment about Myron Rolle. Rolle was a highly talented college football player who accepted a Rhodes Scholarship instead of heading directly to the NFL after college. Now Rolle is getting ready for the NFL draft. Hear from Rolle in the video below.