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That's right this is racing!! Students pull each other on scooters collecting tennis balls to determine which team can collect the most, by completing the most laps. You have not seen fun and had kids experience a great workout until you’ve tried this oneBy: Larry M Johnson| On: Feb 04, 2010 2:38 AM| Views: 5224
Fun All inclusive chase game with multiple roles that require cooperation and strategy. Adapted from Quidditch from Harry Potter books this game is similar to “capture the flag” with a moving flag. Students can run anywhere within defined boundaries, and can be played inside and out. The equipment needed for this game are vests to identify teams, foam balls, flag belts, and a 3-4’ length of rope. Recommended for grade 6-8. Can also work with high school aged students if teams are smaller orBy: Larry M Johnson| On: Feb 03, 2010 7:19 AM| Views: 9124
This is a Physical Education homework program. Basically it is a fitness journal in which students log the activities they do outside of school. Categories mentioned in the video refer to 4 of the 5 fitness related components: Cardiovascular Endurance, Muscular Strength, Muscular Endurance, and FlexibilityBy: Larry M Johnson| On: Feb 03, 2010 5:20 AM| Views: 3924
This is safe and strategic dodgeball type game with controlled overhand and underhand throwing. The objective is to knock down the opponents’ Pins. A team protects their pins by getting opponents "out" and using their hands to knock balls away. Each team has two medics that save players that are "out" so they can get back into the game. Adding objects for “cover” adds strategy and excitement. In a full size gym this can accommodate up to 50 studentsBy: Larry M Johnson| On: Feb 03, 2010 4:53 AM| Views: 6096