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# Physical Education World Cup Worksheets

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• Match the participating country to the continent; match the country to the region; answer the questions about the participating regions; label the pie graph.
• Practice completing and understanding graphs. Record the scores for the 2007 Women's World Cup, and then fill in the graphs. This is fun math, and a great way to enjoy the Women's World Cup! Directions are included.
• Practice completing and reading graphs. Use your research skills to discover the scores for the 2003 World Cup, and then fill in the graphs to understand the scoring system. Finally, complete the fractions charts based on the information. This is a good project for practicing reading a chart and "translating" the information. Answers and directions are included.
• [created with abctools] Find the words, from FIFA to score, in this soccer-player shaped word search.
• Practice completing and reading a graph. Use your research skills to discover the scores for one group from the 2010 World Cup. Complete the graph and answer the questions. This is an easier version for younger students. Directions are included.

• Perfect for the World Cup. Use these patterns to design uniforms, balls and flags for an imaginary soccer team.
• Match countries to flags, countries to locations, and teams to regions. Fill in the pie chart to identify teams by regions, and answer questions based on the information you find. This geography unit combines research skills and FUN! for the World Cup. Wide range of activities for all abilities.
• Match the country participating in the World Cup to its continent or region. Color in the pie graph.
• Match the countries participating in the 2010 World Cup soccer games with the correct continent or region. Color in the pie graph.
• Match countries to flags, countries to locations, and teams to regions. Fill in the pie chart to identify teams by regions, and answer questions based on the information you find. This geography unit combines research skills and fun for the World Cup. Wide range of activities for all abilities.

• Our World Cup word search, crossword puzzle, word unscramble, and vocabulary matching game are all combined here, with Learning Center directions for use.
• Two writing prompts, Soccer Story and Competition, with a World Cup theme.
• Practice completing and reading graphs. Use your research skills to discover the scores for the 2002 World Cups, and then fill in the graphs to understand the scoring system. This is fun math, and a great way to prepare for the next World Cup! Answers and directions are included.
• Practice completing and understanding graphs with information on the 2006 World Cup. Color in graph and answer math comprehension questions. This is fun math, and a great way to teach about the current World Cup! Directions and answers included.
• Practice completing and understanding graphs. Record the scores for the 2010 World Cup games, and then fill in the graphs. This is fun math, and a great way to enjoy the 2010 World Cup. 10 pages.
• Practice completing and reading graphs. Use your research skills to discover the scores for the 2002 World Cup, and then fill in the graphs to understand the scoring system. Finally, complete the fractions charts based on the information. This is a good project for practicing reading a chart and "translating" the information. Answers and directions are included.
• Answer the targeted questions to help organize thoughts for a report on a World Cup participating country. Includes directions.

• Answer the targeted questions to help organize thoughts for a report on a World Cup participating country. Includes directions.
• [created with abctools] Thirty-five vocabulary words, from FIFA to YELLOW CARD.