Hit a home run with words. You can be a baseball All-Star even if you can't hit, pitch, or throw. Because in this version of the game, you round the bases just by spelling words correctly.
What You'll Need:
- Baseball field (optional)
- Chalk (optional)
- Pebbles (optional)
In this game, it's your pitcher's job to toss out tough (but not impossible) words. It's the batter's job to take a swing at spelling the word right. And it's up to your umpire to check the spellings in the dictionary.
Just like in regular baseball, if you miss three times in a row, you're out. Three outs, and the other team is up.
Don't feel like running around the bases? Draw a baseball diamond on the sidewalk and use pebbles as players.
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ABOUT THE ACTIVITY DESIGNERS
The following activities were designed by Maria Birmingham, Karen E. Bledsoe, and Kelly Milner Halls.