Checklist for After Games
Baseball Checklist for Players
After a long tournament, hot game, or grueling practice, your kids just want to come home, throw their equipment and uniforms in a corner, and eat dinner. Who can blame them? The problem is that sometimes uniform and equipment doesn’t end up where we need it to be. We could follow our kids around, make sure they put their uniforms and equipment away. Or we can help them take responsibility for their uniforms and equipment.
Baseball Moms – do any of the below apply to you?
- Your kids return home from practice and games only to leave their uniforms in a sweaty, dirty ball at the bottom of their closet.
- Your kid has lost a uniform piece (hat, cup, etc.) somewhere in the house or car.
- You’ve opened up a water jug only to find out that water was left inside and everything mildewed.
- You’re frustrated with the amount of time you spend tracking down uniform pieces.
- You think your kids are at the age where they can take more responsibility for their uniforms and equipment.
Baseball Moms – If you said yes to any of the above statements, I have the solution for you. Our Checklist for After Games and Practices walks your kids through simple steps to care for their own uniforms and equipment after every game and practice. By following our baseball checklist to Clean Out, Put Away, and care for their uniforms, they can take responsibility for their own equipment and ensure it’s ready to go for the next game or practice.
Download our FREE printable baseball checklist that your kids can use after baseball games and practices, then print, laminate and post in a prominent location in your garage or mudroom.
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