This is an action-packed throwing game where strategy, accuracy, and teamwork are important. This is not dodgeball! It is a fun game used to help students become proficient at throwing and communicating with each other.
Work on passing and team cooperation with this great indoor “ultimate style” game.
This a a perfect soccer striking activity developed by 6th grader Brittany Hunter of Herkimer Elem School, New York.
This lesson was developed as a fun way to incorporate more fitness into our high school program. By rotating clockwise and counterclockwise (explained below), our students workout with varying skill level partners. Using this design has pro- vided increased fitness levels by all of our students!
By Rob Enloe
Practice what you teach! What better way to educate your students on recycling than to turn yesterday’s old newspaper into today’s fitness props. Turn “old news” into a new game! By Carlos Masis.
An extremely simple, but challenging game that can be played by students in elementary to high school.
A volleyball lead-up game for grades 4-5. Submitted by Sue Mason, Kirksville, Missouri.