Batter’s Up Baseball Math Addition

1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (4 votes, average: 3.00 out of 5)
Loading...

Ages 9-12 Education Games Math jeffprongo 0

Batter’s Up Baseball Math Addition
GAME INFO

Batter's Up Baseball is a math game that is played like real Baseball. When the math game starts you will see the visitors score on the screen. Your goal is to beat the visitor's score and win the baseball game. How to Play Batter's Up Baseball Start the Batter's up baseball game, then select your math challenge, a single, double, or home run. single=easy double=medium homerun=hard After you select the pitchers' challenge, a screen will come up with a math problem. Get the answer right and you move your men around the bases. Get it wrong and you get a strike. Three strikes equal an out. If you get 3 outs the game is over. Correct answer single = you move one base double = you move two bases homerun = you get a homerun Wrong answer One wrong answer = One strike Two wrong answers = Two strikes Three wrong answers = Three strikes Three strikes = One out Three Outs = The Baseball Game is over after you get the right answer or 3 strikes (1 out) you are allowed to pick Single, Double, and Homerun again so you can change your levels. AdditionCheck out: Batter's up baseball -Multiplication

Batter's Up Baseball is a math game that is played like real Baseball. When the math game starts you will see the visitors score on the screen. Your goal is to beat the visitors score and win the baseball game. How to Play Batter's Up Baseball Start the Batter's up baseball game, then select your math challenge, a single, double, or homerun. single=easy double=medium homerun=hard After you select the pitchers' challenge, a screen will come up with a math problem. Get the answer right and you move your men around the bases. Get it wrong and you get a strike. Three strikes equals an out. If you get 3 outs the game is over. Correct answer single = you move one base double = you move two bases homerun = you get a homerun Wrong answer One wrong answer = One strike Two wrong answers = Two strikes Three wrong answers = Three strikes Three strikes = One out Three Outs = The Baseball Game is over after you get the right answer or 3 strikes (1 out) you are allowed to pick Single, Double, and Homerun again so you can change your levels.