• 1.

    With an adult, choose a large outdoor paved area that is clean, safe, and free from traffic. Use Chalk ‘n Roll and Sidewalk Chalk to create a large rectangle that defines the boundaries of the playing area.

  • 2.

    Draw a baseball diamond inside the play area with first, second, and third bases, a pitching area, and a kick box at home plate.

  • 3.

    Decide how many innings to play. Players divide into equal teams and determine who kicks first. Each team designates a pitcher and a catcher, which other positions on the field each player will take, and a kicking order.

  • 4.

    First player up stands at the kick box for the pitch, and tries to kick the ball into the field. A miss counts as a strike. A high bouncing or wide pitch counts as a ball. Four balls and the kicker advances to first base. Three strikes is an out, and the

  • 5.

    A player who kicks the ball attempts to run the bases. If the ball is caught in the air by a member of the other team, the kicker is out. If not, the other players try to tag the runner out by throwing the ball to a teammate at the base before the runner reaches the base. The opposing player must touch the runner with the ball before the runner touches base to be out. Players can also throw the ball at the runner to try for an out. If the ball hits the runner’s head or neck, however, the runner is safe, and takes the base.

  • 6.

    A run is counted when a player completes the bases and gets home. The winning team is the one with the most runs scored.


  • Embellish the designated areas with designs made with a Crayola Super Brush or Chalk Tools.
  • Create team uniforms by decorating T-shirts with Crayola Fabric Markers.