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Ball games are tons of fun, and there are so many possibilities! Foam ball, rubber ball, beach ball, tennis ball...we could go on and on, but I think you get the idea. Especially if you've got a kinesthetic learner on your hands, hands-on activities that incorporate physical movement can make all the difference in helping your kid learn key skills and master fundamental concepts. Check out our selection of ball games and find a few for your kid today.

For more educational fun, check out our printable games or our cool online educational games.

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Encourage your child to practice skip counting by turning number patterns into this fun and interactive game of catch.
Ball Games
Second Grade
Kids put their geography knowledge to the test in this balloon volley game inspired by the Dr. Seuss book 'Oh the Places You'll Go'.
Ball Games
Fourth Grade
Play this fun basketball game to help your third grader master his multiplication tables.
Ball Games
Third Grade
Kindergarteners are expected to master the alphabet. Get your child outside and exercising with this fun, move and shake alphabet game.
Ball Games
Kindergarten
Here's an entertaining ball game filled with spins, jumps, and claps to keep your child having fun while you get a moment to yourself.
Ball Games
Second Grade
The next time you're trapped indoors on a dreary day, try this take on dodgeball. All you need are a group of kids, an open area and a soft, spongy ball.
Ball Games
Second Grade
Use muffin tins to create a simple, affordable and fun game to help your kid practice his vocabulary!
Ball Games
Fourth Grade
Invite your child and a few friends to get crabby in this game of soccer with a twist: Instead of running, players 'crab crawl' around the playing field.
Ball Games
Fourth Grade
Improve your child's hand-eye coordination with this outdoor group ball game that's similar to Four Square.
Ball Games
First Grade
Here's a game your child is sure to love playing with her friends: French Cricket. Just grab a baseball bat and a tennis ball, and you're set.
Ball Games
Fifth Grade
Use empty soda bottles to create a fun bowling set that helps your first grader practice addition skills!
Ball Games
First Grade
Good for indoor and outdoor play, this patriotic tossing game uses lightweight pieces that can be found in almost any household.
Ball Games
Preschool
Develop your child's hand-eye coordination in a fun and engaging way by challenging her to a game of Drop Catch.
Ball Games
Fourth Grade

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