This has students answer language arts questions while simultaneously playing a fun game. It has hundreds of questions with answers in the categories of
Conjugations Of Verbs;
Punctuation And Symbols
Parts Of Speech
Authors And Their Works
Latin And Greek Affixes
Figures Of Speech (similes, metaphors, hyperbole, imagery, personification etc)
Homonyms, Antonyms, Synonyms
Rhetoric or composition
You and your students can play it similar to real-life baseball although, for example, the corners of your classroom are the bases (or you may draw bases on a blackboard). To “hit” a ball, a student answers a 1 point (simple) question correctly and thus advances one base. For a two points question answered correctly, that advances the player by two bases, etc. A missed question is a strike. Three strikes and the "batter" is out.
It’s handy for anytime of the school year including end and start of the school year, around holidays, spring fever time, and also helpful for many test situations involving languages arts. It’s a great teaching and review tool you can use for years into the future, keeping classes happily learning like busy bees at the hive of knowledge.