Tennis balls with numbers on them as played in Think Ball

Think Ball

Thought-provoking variation of traditional baseball.

  • Active
  • Promotes critical thinking
  • Fosters collaboration
  • Many variations

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Comments (1)

  1. David Piang-Nee

    This sounds like a wonderful wide game. I can see this running for at least a good 45mins without any problems. This is also great for those not too familiar with Baseball and doesn’t require the actual batting or pitching skills making it much more accessible.

    Depending on your numbers and the size of the field, you could even have people on each bases from the fielding team to make the action even quicker and similar to Baseball.

    Could be a great way of introducing the concepts of Baseball before incorporating the actual batting and pitching aspect.

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