Here are some home baseball activities for kids

May 4th, 2020

Have kids who need something fun to do while they're at home? Your favorite baseball teams have you covered.

Lots of MLB teams are posting games, coloring pages and more to help keep young baseball fans busy.

Check out these baseball-themed activities from MLB and teams around the league.

MLB: Got cabin fever? Enjoy these fun activities for you and your family, and share on social using #MLBatHome and tag @PlayBall to show off your masterpieces. More >>

Angels: Try out Joe Maddon mad-libs, color in a Mike Trout page or recreate some Angel Stadium staples with these recipes. All that and more on the Angels at-home page. More >>

Astros: Go to the Astros' fan activities page for coloring pages of all your favorite star players, as well as games like connect the dots, mazes, word searches and more. More >>

Athletics: Earn A's swag via the Home Run Readers program, submit your drawings of mascot Stomper and more. More >>

Blue Jays: The Jays have several coloring pages to print out, and they want fans to show them their best work. More >>

Braves: The Braves have creative activities for kids featuring mascot Blooper. More >>

Cardinals: There are plenty of Fredbird activities available, from coloring to crosswords to the Cardinals Kids show. More >>

Cubs: Clark the Cub has coloring and activity sheets available on the Cubs' site. More >>

D-backs: The D-backs' fan site has coloring pages, crosswords and word searches to download. More >>

Dodgers: LA Reads and the Dodgers Reading Champions are designed to motivate youth to read and help them build a lifelong love of reading. More >>

Giants: Find "Summer Slugger" -- a free digital education course -- and activities like games and puzzles, with new entries every Monday and Thursday. More >>

Marlins: For fun at home, go to Billy the Marlin's activity zone. Tag @Marlins on social media with your best artwork. More >>

Mets: Goodbye, germs! The Mets have a coloring book about staying safe and clean. More >>

Nationals: The World Series champs are challenging young fans to print their coloring book and send in their best artistic renderings of the 2019 National League Wild Card Game. Plus, there are fun, short activities and baseball-themed tutorials focused on reading, STEM, being physically active and more. More >>

Orioles: Inspired by the interactive play center at Oriole Park, the Digital Kids Corner features crafts, games and educational as well as fitness activities for children to keep them engaged and entertained while at home. More >>

Padres: Compadres Kids daily activities include coloring pages, crossword puzzles, baseball-themed math problems and more to download. More >>

Pirates: Color the Pirate Parrot and learn more about the Pittsburgh mascot. More >>

Rangers: There are several Captain coloring pages available on the Rangers' site. More >>

Rays: Raymond, DJ Kitty and Stinger have games and activities for kids to play in their downtime. More >>

Red Sox: Wally's fun and games include posters, coloring pages, crosswords and word searches. More >>

Reds: Lots of Reds mascot coloring pages are available for download. More >>

Rockies: Color a Charlie Blackmon walk-up song page, solve a baseball sudoku and more. There's fun for the whole family. More >>

Royals: It's story time, with outfielder Brett Phillips. More >>

Tigers: Spend some downtime with Paws, who wants to play some of his favorite games with you. More >>

Twins: Twins Kids has daily drawing challenges, activity sheets and coloring pages for fans. More >>

Yankees: The Yankees have launched a Kids Corner to provide Yankees-themed activities for young fans, like word finds and other puzzles. More >>

Other baseball learning resources

Baseball Hall of Fame: Want to learn about baseball history and the game's greatest players? Check out the Baseball Hall of Fame's website. More >>

Jackie Robinson Day: In parallel with the Jackie Robinson Foundation educational initiative, MLB has several activities aimed at keeping at-home kids busy while educating them on Jackie’s life. More >>

Topps: With the help of baseball cards, Topp has lessons and activities on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram that teachers and parents can use to teach their children at home. More >>

USA Baseball: The “Fun At Bat At Home” program is part of MLB's PLAY BALL At Home campaign. The free program takes the principles of the Fun At Bat program and modifies the curriculum into fun, easy activities for young athletes and their families to participate in while at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. More >>

Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center: The Yogi Berra Museum has lesson plans for middle school and high school students. More >>