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Category Archives: Games

“X” Marks the Spot Relay reinforces eye/feet coordination and team work.

Procedure: Two teams are selected with masking tape make an “X” on the floor for each team.  Have a starting line at the teacher’s signal “go,” the team leaders run to the “X,” step on it with one foot and then with the other foot, and race back to tag the next team member.  This continues until all the team members competed.

Pong Roll develops quickness and overall fitness.

Procedure:  One child rolls a ping pong ball towards a wall.  The other child is standing next to the other child and as soon as it is rolled, the child standing runs and tries to beat the ping pong ball to the wall.

More Game Ideas Found in this Activity Booklet #BJ08-Icebreaker Games for Chldren at www.welearnbydoing.com website.

Volleyball Balloon Game


1.  Volleyball Balloon Games

Two chairs are placed about ten feet from each other and a string is tied from one chair to the 
other.  Boys are on one side of the string and girls on the other side.  The boys cannot use their arms or hands as they are placed behind their backs but the girls can use their arms and hands.
The object is to hit the balloon over the string and not let the balloon touch the ground.  It is a point for the other team when the balloon hits the ground.  Three points wins the game.

2.  Balloon Relay Race

This activity works well in an opened area.  Two teams are selected (not more than 6 per team)  
The object of this game is to bat the balloon from one side of the room and back to the other side.
(It is difficult sometimes to move the balloon forward because the air blows the balloons in different directions.)  Once the first child makes it back towards the second child, the second child in line, too, must complete the task until all six members of the team have finished this competition race. 

These are just 2 ideas found in “We L
earn By Doing Activities” booklet (BJ01) on www.welearnbydoing.com website.  Check out the website to see other booklets. 

The Time is Activity

This activity tells time as a group.  The class is divided into two groups and each group forms a large circle.  A leader is assigned to call out different times like 10:00am or 2:30pm.  The group must form that time before the other group forms it.  This is done several times and can add points for each time a group wins.  

You can also use a clock and let the leader show the time the group should form.