- Understand the forces in softball
- Study the evolution of a softball glove
- Be a Hitter and understand the offensive side of the game
- Keeping score
Enhance students’ STEM skills with STEM softball activities and curriculum
Change up the way you pitch STEM learning by utilizing our STEM Softball supplemental curriculum. We’ve sacrificed nothing for teachers, after-school administrators, and camp personnel as they will windmill through the science behind this great game. Tag up and advance through lessons such as:
In each STEM SOFTBALL module, we put students in scoring position to see jobs and occupations lined out to each lesson’s objective. It’s what STEM is all about. Hit and run your way to STEM Softball today!
*Raspberries not included!
Module 1 – Softballs vs. Baseballs
Module 2 – Evolution of a Softball Glove
Module 3 – Forces in Softball
Module 4 – Is it a Ball or Strike?
Module 5 – The Field of Play
Module 6 – Be a Hitter
Module 7 – Keeping Score
Module 8 – Advancements in Softball
Each STEM Softball Kit comes with one (1) STEM Softball Supplemental Curriculum Manual, six (6) Rawlings softballs, one (1) Rawlings softball and one (1) Rawlings baseball each cut-in-half, one (1) Rawlings baseball, one (1) Bushnell radar gun, six (6) digital stopwatches, six (6) 25′ tape measures, and one (1) weight scale.
No experience or previous knowledge of golf is required to teach this curriculum. Our STEM Sports Softball manual includes all of the necessary information about the sport and the science behind it to properly implement the curriculum.
Each manual contains content for a minimum of 16 hours of instruction that includes healthy, physical activity. All of the supplies in the kit are non-perishable and are designed to last for several years. Some supplied items may need to be replaced over time.
STEM Softball includes activities and lessons surrounding forces in softball, the evolution of a softball glove, keeping score, and much more.
Yes, soccer lessons are designed for use in both indoor and outdoor settings. However, an outdoor environment (i.e. grass field, soccer field, etc.) is recommended for ease of implementation.
Yes, digital resources are available for all of our STEM Sports kits by visiting the digital tools link found in your curriculum manual.
Each curriculum has eight lessons aligned with Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and/or Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and/or National Standards for K-12 Physical Education.