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Phillies Educational Programs

Education and literacy are at the forefront of the Phillies' community efforts. Using baseball to teach in fun and innovative ways, the Phillies have developed programs and partnered with various organizations to provide teachers, students and parents exciting ways to enhance the learning experience.

Learn below how you can take advantage of a variety of free Phillies educational programs.

Phanatic About Reading

Phillies Phitness

Teacher Appreciation Night

Science Festival Day

Phillies Phundamentals

Phillies Explorers

Weather Education Day

Phillies Mural

Breaking Barriers

Breaking Barriers: In Sports, In Life is a baseball-themed character education program developed by Sharon Robinson, the daughter of baseball great Jackie Robinson, in conjunction with Major League Baseball and Scholastic Inc. Using America's sport, baseball, as the metaphor for life, the curriculum is based on the values demonstrated by barrier breaker Jackie Robinson: Citizenship, Commitment, Courage, Determination, Excellence, Integrity, Justice, Persistence, Teamwork.

Teacher Workshop

On Monday, May 15, the Phillies hosted the annual Teacher Workshop powered by ENGIE at Citizens Bank Park from 4:30-6:00 p.m. The Workshop was designed to help teachers integrate the 2017 Educational Pamphlet into their classroom.

Lesson Plan Contest

The Phillies asked area educators to share their Phillies-themed lesson plans. Five winners (one Grand Prize Winner and four First Prize winners) were selected to present at the May 15, 2017 Teacher Workshop powered by ENGIE and received tickets to a future Phillies game.