My favorite photo of Mom and me is now a coloring page. Just in time for Mother's Day! Use the link to download and don't forget to stay between the lines!
From math puzzles to coloring pages, here are some fun ways to keep kids (and adults) entertained at home.
The first era of the A’s in Oakland, known as the “Swingin’ A’s,” won three consecutive World Series championships in the early 1970s. This dynasty had bright uniforms, white shoes, and unique facial hair with Hall of Famers like Rollie Fingers, Dennis Eckersley, Catfish Hunter, Reggie Jackson, and Dick Williams.
The A's encourage families to read together and earn free A's prizes as a reward for doing so! Join us in hitting reading "home runs" with Stomper with Home Run Readers - Home Edition presented by Ross Dress For Less. For every four (4) books your student reads, they will earn A's swag!
Download the Home Run Readers reading tracker for your child, then return here to enter information about the books they read!
We've also compiled a list of Stomper's favorite baseball-themed books to add to your family's reading list. View Here
Summer Slugger, an Oakland A's education initiative, helps prevent the 'summer slide' by offering kids ages 8-12 years old baseball-themed games that reinforce key math and literacy skills. Have your child create their own customized avatar to guide them through the games and help them earn points and progress-based rewards, including A's tickets.
Registration is now open. Go to summerslugger.com/athletics to get started.
Explore USA Baseball’s free gym curriculum that provides fun, easy bat and ball activities for young athletes and their families to participate in while at home.