Here is a one-page handout/scoresheet with directions to play "Cap Flick Baseball". Students pair up in a cooperative activity that's perfect for recess or as an incentive game, especially if you've got substitute coverage. Instructions are included on the sheet-all you need is a cap/penny and a target area (preferably a square tile or such). Students take turns flicking a cap/penny into the determined target zone-the farther the distance the more points you receive if the cap/penny lands in the target zone. Outside the target zone is an out-just like real baseball, 3 outs and your partner is "at bat". Players also try to predict a coin flip to multiply your total runs for each inning-correctly predict the coin flip and double your score. Flip again for 4x your score. Flip a third time for 8x your score. Be careful, though, if you predict wrong there is no multiplier effect. Lots of math involved in playing-recording scores, adding scores, multiplying scores, and probability scenarios. Let your students give this game a try-I'm sure they'll love it as much as mine!