Definition of kickball
: a game for children that resembles baseball but that is played with an inflated ball which is kicked instead of being hit with a bat
Recent Examples of kickball from the Web
The amenities include a clubhouse, pool, tennis court and whiffle ball/kickball field.
In fact, this might be the only dish that gets the kids to come back to the table from their game of kickball or tag.
Also enjoy campground jams, a free-for-all acoustic stage, yoga classes and kickball games at sunrise.
Outside meant friends and kickball and walking along the railroad tracks.
Registration for basketball and kickball opens July 1, and flag football registration begins on Aug. 1.
Activities may include arts and crafts projects, games, an obstacle course, kickball or more.
At Newton’s recent kickball tournament, former Panthers corner Josh Norman wanted to know which defenders challenge Newton in Norman’s absence.
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was at the center of the Cam Newton Foundation Charity Weekend in Charlotte, North Carolina, with the Kicking It with Cam kickball event on Friday and the Kids Rock Gala on Saturday.
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First Known Use of kickball
KICKBALL Defined for Kids
Definition of kickball for Students
: a game similar to baseball played with a large rubber ball that is kicked instead of hit with a bat
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