No baseball today? OFA saves the day

Old Farmer's Almanac for Kids provides free stories and fun activities

It doesn’t look like we’ll be taking the kids to Fenway anytime soon. Blogbaseball

Today was supposed to mark the opening day of Major League Baseball’s 2020 season. Since that’s not going to happen, why not scratch that itch by reading The True Story of Casey and the Mudville Nine?

It comes straight from The Old Farmer’s Almanac for Kids. Inspired by the wit and wisdom of North America’s favorite “Old” friend, the Almanac for Kids features a treasure trove of fun facts, creative activities, and great ideas that will keep kids of all ages loving learning through our current isolation/self quarantine period. It’s filled with fascinating facts and fun activities on subjects such as weather, sports, astronomy, history, nature, pets and much more. All of the activities and topics in this award-winning series are specially selected and developed for kids—and people who are kids at heart.

From Yankee’s senior digital editor Catherine Boeckmann:
“To all of our families with kids stuck at home, you can now explore stories and cool projects from The Old Farmer’s Almanac for Kids right from your computer! We’ve made many wonderful articles and engaging activities available to encourage learning and fun at home during these trying times. Find them all at: Almanac.com/kids-stuck-home.”

It looks amazing – the layout, the art and the content. And you can read through it all for free.

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