World Cup 2014
Bring football fever to your classroom as teams from across the globe compete in Brazil to win the 2014 FIFA World Cup. These free teaching resources will help you and your students to explore the countries, host nation and wider issues surrounding the beautiful game.
Harness the energy around the football World Cup in Brazil 2014, and use these activities from CAFOD with pupils to explore global justice issues through the lens of sport and football.
Test your students’ history, geography and sports knowledge with this board game based on the 2014 Brazil World Cup.
This booklet of word searches, crosswords and grammar worksheets is ideal for ESL students.
Create a World Cup display in your classroom with this set of posters and other materials.
An assembly PowerPoint presentation to introduce the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
An activity booklet based around the World Cup in Brazil. Includes research tasks, design activities and other lesson ideas.
A set of football-themed lined paper and page borders for a variety of uses in different subjects.
Blank outlines of the flags for each of the countries in the 2014 World Cup – ideal for displays and themed activities.
Differentiated symmetry worksheets featuring some of the flags of the countries from the 2014 World Cup.
Ten activities from CAFOD to explore the global issues surrounding the World Cup in Brazil.
A World Cup quiz to challenge students’ geographical knowledge and practise the names of countries in Spanish.
Spanish activities based on the 2014 World Cup and its mascot, Fuleco.
Brazil 2014 World Cup scheme of work
A differentiated, two-part scheme of work that asks ‘Should it really be called the ‘World’ Cup?’
Go beyond the game and explore global issues, citizenship, education and poverty with this set of activities and resources.
Investigation to compare different climatic regions in Brazil, linked to the World Cup 2014.
Use these resources on the geography and features of Brazil as part of a wider topic on the World Cup.
In this maths activity, students analyse goal data based on a simulation of the World Cup.
Students match up a table of countries in this French and Spanish activity.
In this lesson, students calculate averages based on data on the team in the 2014 World Cup.
Are professional footballers good role models? Consider the evidence and build arguments with this activity.