- Poetry: Have students pit their favorite poems against one another. They can create brackets. It can be a fun segue into National Poetry Month in April (see also NCTE’s lesson).
- Writing: TeachHub has writing prompts related to basketball and March Madness for students in grades K-12.
- Math: Probability activities and more math-related March Madness.
- Multiple disciplines: This New York Times activity allows students to use brackets to debate academic questions.
ESPN has tournament brackets available as GIF’s or PDF’s.
Do you have a March Madness idea? Share please!