This can be played with just you and a single grand or with multiple
kids. Younger children might do better with a wiffle ball and bat, but
older kids will probably want to show off their Little League skills.
To play: Pitch to the batter, who’s allowed to keep hitting until someone has fielded three pop-flies or six ground balls. It’s a great way to teach hand-eye coordination, and it keeps fielders on their toes as they run to scoop up a rolling ball or to position themselves under a fly. Eventually everyone gets a turn at bat and there’s no pressure to win or lose. It’s all about fun.
Oh, and try this old riddle on your grandkids:
What has 18 legs and catches flies? A baseball team!