Two players are at each crate (train), one pulls train & another player collects presents. Presents are cut pool noodles & only four can be picked up at a time. Other players are a grinch & try to take one present out of the crate at a time. Must alternate between trains. The remaining players toss soft volleyballs (snowballs) into the crates or roll them to hit the foot of the player pulling the train. If player’s foot is hit, then players at the train switch positions. If snowball lands in the crate, then all presents are dumped out.
Two players are at each crate (train), one pulls train & another player collects presents. Presents are cut pool noodles & only four can be…
Setting a goal is not the main thing. It is deciding how you will go about achieving it and staying with the plan. “Tom Landry”
Setting a goal and achieving a goal are two very different concepts. If done correctly, goal setting can motivate students and athletes to maximize their performance. In many cases, however, goals are set and then left alone. Teachers, managers and coaches may have the best of intentions when they ask their students, athletes, and teams to set goals, but then the “full speed ahead” mentality kicks in and goals are often neglected or forgotten.
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