We looked at teams adding coloring book pages to engage students and kids at home yesterday (Color Me Up), today we look at the next level of this education connection.
Every year the Richmond Flying Squirrels host an Education Game with kids from local schools fill the game for an afternoon of fun and learning through examples from the game.
This year with no game, the team has repurposed and shared their great deck of educational material directly to fans. These lessons are broken up by grade and offer interesting questions on topics ranging from sound waves to algebra. Really interesting information for fans and kids, and a huge POWER UP from the coloring sheet.
Take your kids on a "digital field trip" to The Diamond and learn while having FUNN! ⚾️
We're excited to share our Education Day curriculum while schools are closed. Activities & exercises for grades K-5.
— Richmond Flying Squirrels (@GoSquirrels) March 23, 2020
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