Multiplication Math Facts Baseball helps to make practicing/learning the multiplication facts (1-10) more fun by making it part of a familiar game. Using just a deck of cards (with J, Q, K taken out) and maybe a math fact chart, students can play baseball.
Flip over two cards, figure out the product, see what baseball game event that results in, and keep score. It's simple and fun.
Students need a rudimentary understanding of how baseball is played i.e. three outs, runners going around bases, single/double/triple/HR. Or have it explained or demonstrated briefly.
Knowing the multiplication facts was the most critical factor I saw in a student's self-esteem and confidence contributing to if they had a positive attitude and belief themselves in math. Help them learn these while making it fun.