Cabin fever? Enjoy these fun activities for you and your family. Share on social using #MLBatHome and tag @PlayBall to show off your masterpieces!
Major League Baseball has launched a baseball-themed, online education program for kids called Summer Slugger. This interactive, gamified course makes learning fun, and helps prevent the "summer slide" – the loss of critical math and literacy skills during the vacation months. The course is recommended for 4th-5th graders and is available to individual students, schools, and community organizations at no cost. Visit SummerSlugger.com/MLB to learn more and sign up today!
The MLB and Discovery Education partnership has looked to energize classrooms and leverage students' love of baseball with baseball-focused digital STEM, sustainability and career resources, and now we are hoping to make that same material available in your homes. Here you will find details around our Global Sustainability Challenge, which features green activities happening at our MLB Ballparks. Children can learn from staff and apply those learnings within their homes. Additionally, we have an exclusive collection of MLB STEM career videos where kids can discover a variety of STEM-focused baseball careers. Orioles, Mets, White Sox, Nationals Rangers, Dodgers Rays and MLB employees are highlighted as they give a behind the scenes look at how they demonstrate STEM skills and a love of baseball in their everyday work.
Major League Baseball, along with Scotts, wants our fans to know that there are still so many ways to engage and connect with the games of baseball & softball while staying at home. PLAY BALL at Home can mean following along with drill tutorials, using your creativity to find new and different ways to play, or simply viewing and engaging with content from MLB, our teams, and players. We encourage everyone to stay safe and #PLAYBALLatHome.
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is dedicated to the historical development of baseball and its impact on our culture, as well as honoring those who have made outstanding contributions to our National Pastime. K-12 students and teachers can take advantage of free programs that align with national learning standards and use baseball as the lens for interactive and meaningful learning experiences.