The Baseball Game
There are not many of us who do not have some type of childhood memory that involves a favorite American sport.
Most of us have tidbits or snippets from our childhood memories intertwined with a baseball game or two. You may have been a baseball player, or you may have sat in the benches enjoying the game. You could have played under the bleachers with siblings or with childhood friends. We all remember those huge lights, the fence, the pitchers mound, the bases and the spitting.
We all remember the crack of the bat after someone hit a home run. But do you remember the audience responding in sighs or applauds after the umpire gave a call? Do you remember the roar of the crowd after a homerun or after a call was thought to be decided unfairly? These are some of the best days in our memories of the past, and, for those us who are die hard fans, we may have more recent images that dance about in our heads.
Baseball games today are awesome feats! We all love the way they whirl the camera around the stands looking for a cute couple to exploit in a fun way. Games today are great for anyone looking for summer family fun. The food, the fireworks, the songs, and singing are all a part of the ambiance surrounding this game.
Baseball is a sport that is good for lifelong entertainment and is awesome when it comes to creating family traditions. Introducing, or re-familiarizing, this sport to your classroom will prove to be both amusing and enjoyable.