Talking about baseball brings me joy that stems back to my childhood. If you have baseball fans at home, then grab these free printables and worksheets for baseball fans.
Baseball was actually one of the better memories I have as a child. It wasn’t a great childhood, but my family members were huge baseball fans – New York Yankee fans to be honest.
I lived in the Bronx, New York and obviously, that meant, as a Puerto Rican family, we were automatically Yankee fans.
It was almost in our blood it seems. A few times a year, the Yankees would have a game that was totally free for locals and that gave away free gifts to the attendees.
Every year, we would get on the train to 161st Street in the Bronx and have the very best time. We would set off on a journey to get our free plastic Yankee bowl hat or free Yankee wrist band.
I truly will never forget it. Then when my sisters (twins) got older, one had a boyfriend who lived 159th Street, a few blocks away from the stadium.
This brought another great memory as onlookers only need a pair of binoculars to watch the game from the rooftop of the building. Sorry, NY Yankees – yes – we totally watched from our rooftops.
So, yes. Even though my husband isn’t fond of baseball, I still love it, and at least he will watch the World Series with me every year.
Is baseball a part of your family’s life as well?
If your family loves baseball and you homeschool, then using resources with a baseball theme or teaching around a baseball-themed unit will help motivate your kids to learn.
Check out these free printables and worksheets for baseball fans:
Baseball Preschool FREE Printable Pack | Blessed Beyond a Doubt
Baseball Unit~Days 3 & 4 | Little Kinder Warriors
FREE Baseball Notebooking Pages | In All You Do
Baseball FREE Word Search | Puzzles-to-Print
FREE Printable Bookmarks: Baseball Quotes | CJO Photo
Mini Baseball Puzzle Unit 26 pages FREE | In All You Do
Baseball Field Diagram FREE Worksheet | Education.com
Notebooking Pages Baseball Heroes FREE (3 Different Levels) | Blessed Beyond a Doubt
Baseball History FREE Quiz | Help teaching
FREE Baseball Diamond Labeling Worksheet | Homeschool Helper Online
Baseball Vocabulary FREE Sheet | EN.iSLCOLLECTIVE
Baseball Unit: Choice Board FREE | Let’s Teach Teacher
Math Baseball-Themed Resources:
Math Facts Baseball (An Awesome Way to Practice Math!) | Frugal Fun for Boys and Girls
Multiplication Color by Number Worksheet – Baseball | K12 Math Worksheets
FREE Baseball Counting Pack (Instant Download) | Free Homeschool Deals
Count the Baseballs FREE Printable | Twisty Noodle
Let’s Go Count and Color Baseball FREE Printable Booklet | Teach with Me
Converting Number Forms Worksheet Fourth Grade FREE – Baseball Themed | Home Run Homeroom
Baseball Base Ten FREEBIE! | Nicole O’Connor – Teach from the Soul
FREE Baseball & Gloves Counting Game | The Teaching Scene by Maureen
Prime and Composite Numbers Worksheet Fourth Grade – Baseball Themed FREE | Home Run Homeroom
FREE Fraction Baseball Preview Game | Madison’s Math Shop
Precalculus Unit 1.5 Activity A Three Act Task: Baseball (FREE Download) (1 day) | MountainWorks Education
Addition Word Problems – Baseball Themed FREE | Home Run Homeroom
Baseball-Themed Reading Resources:
Spring Skills: Baseball Flavored FREEBIE – Endings (ING) | Kelley Dolling – Teacher Idea Factory
Little League Baseball – FREE Social Story | Denise Wilson
Silly Baseball Story Close Read FREEBIE! | Nancy Pierce Teaches
FREE Baseball Plot Graph – Sue Corbett | Novels and Stories and Books Oh My
Baseball STEM Activities:
Baseball Stem Challenge | Lancaster Barn Stormers
STEM Baseball-Themed Lessons | MLB.com
Baseball Stem & Leaf Plot VIDEO | k2wake
Science With a Baseball Theme:
FREE Download – Science Project – Throwing a Baseball | Education.com
Science Projects about Baseball Bats | ACS.PSU.edu
The Physics of Baseball: How Far Can You Throw? | Scientific American
Baseball Science Kid Experiments | E is for Explore
Books for Kids About Baseball to Check Out at the Library:
Baseball Books | Fantastic Fun and Learning
Top 10: Best Baseball Chapter Books (ages 7-16) | Pragmatic Mom
22 Winning Baseball Books for Kids | We Are Teachers
Batter Up! 30 Of The Best Baseball Books | Book Riot
Great Baseball Books for Kids | Filter Joe
Baseball Books for Kids | Imagination Soup
Baseball Writing Prompts and Handwriting:
Baseball Handwriting FREE Worksheet | Paging Supermom
FREE Baseball Writing Activities (76 pages) | In All You Do
Baseball No-Prep Open-Ended FREEBIE | Panda Speech
Baseball Cause and Effect Writing Prompt – MILESTONE FREEBIE! | The Zoo Librarian
Literature and Grammar with a Baseball Theme:
Baseball Sight Word Match Games (FREE) | The Teaching Scene by Maureen
FREE Baseball Blending Cards | ALL THE WAY FROM K
Simple, Compound, or Complex Sentence? Baseball Themed FREEBIE! | Owl About Learning
Baseball Sight Word Match Games FREE | Teaching Scene by Maureen
Vowel Teams Baseball (FREE) | Heather J
Arts and Crafts All About Baseball:
FREE Printable Baseball Color Pages | Life is Sweet
Baseball FREE Coloring Pages | The Trophy Wife Lifestyle
Fingerprint Baseball Craft for Kids | Crafty Morning
Handprint Baseball Craft for Kids | The Simple Parent
Coffee Filter Baseball Craft | Look! We’re Learning!
Activities to Explore a Baseball Unit with Kids:
Amazing Baseball Crafts & Activities for Kids | The Simple Parent
Baseball Lacing Activity for Kids | Little Family Fun
Music Baseball Game | Elementary Music Methods
Batter Up! 20 Grand Slam Baseball Activities and Crafts for Kids | We Are Teachers
DIY Baseball Projects to Help You Celebrate the Playoffs! | Creek Line House
Rice Krispie Treats Baseball Treats and FREE Printable Baseball Gloves | Sandy Toes and Popsicles
Montessori-Inspired Activities for Casey At The Bat | Living Montessori Now
Famous Baseball Player Studies:
Babe Ruth Facts & FREE Worksheets | KidsKonnect
Roger Clemens Facts for Kids | Kids.Kiddle
9 Facts About Aaron You May Not Know | MLB.com
Baseball holds a special place in my heart. If your family enjoys baseball, then they will really enjoy using baseball-themed resources for learning at home.
Using a child’s interests to promote learning is intentional teaching through a positive learning experience.
Jeannette is a wife, mother and homeschooling mom. She has been mightily, saved by grace and is grateful for God’s sovereignty throughout her life’s journey. She has a Bachelor in English Education and her MBA. Jeannette is bi-lingual and currently lives in the Tongan Islands of the South Pacific. She posts daily freebies for homeschoolers!
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