Ball Games

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.

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Encourage your child to practice skip counting by turning number patterns into this fun and interactive game of catch.
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Use empty soda bottles to create a fun bowling set that helps your first grader practice addition skills!
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Gather the neighborhood children together and host an Olympic Games for Kids, right in your own backyard!
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Develop your child's hand-eye coordination in a fun and engaging way by challenging her to a game of Drop Catch.
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Take a beach ball, a marker, and a first grader. What do you get? An outdoor activity that works on reading comprehension, in the midst of a game of catch!
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Make your own volleyball net! This beach ball game is a great activity for kids of all ages to develop coordination and teamwork.
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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.
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Good for indoor and outdoor play, this patriotic tossing game uses lightweight pieces that can be found in almost any household.
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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.
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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".
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Improve your child's hand-eye coordination with this outdoor group ball game that's similar to Four Square.
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Use muffin tins to create a simple, affordable and fun game to help your kid practice his vocabulary!
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Kindergarteners are expected to master the alphabet. Get your child outside and exercising with this fun, move and shake alphabet game.
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Play this fun basketball game to help your third grader master his multiplication tables.
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Head out to the driveway, ball in hand, for a bouncing challenge. Then use those results to make a colorful graph that lets your child compare results.
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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.
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Help your third grader make the Scoop 'N Catch--a great choice for a fun and inexpensive afternoon.
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Improve your child's hand-eye coordination with these fun dribbling drills! Before you know it he'll be a ball-handling master.
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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.
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Prepare for some scary Halloween counting practice! This game encourages players to knock down cylinders and then subtract to determine their scores.

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