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12 COOLEST HOLIDAY SCHOOL PARTY GAMES — PART 4

How are you going to keep all those little elves entertained? Don't worry, with these 12 Coolest Holiday School Party Games — Part 4, your preschoolers through 6th graders will all be entertained!!

Players are safe on their own side. The goal is for players to capture the other team’s cones and bring them to their own side. If a player goes onto the opponent’s side to capture a cone and is tagged they must sit down where they were tagged. A player can be rescued if a teammate tags them. Once a player is rescued, both players may walk back to their own side safely. If a player is tagged holding a cone, a teammate can rescue the cone or the player, but not both.

Players are safe on their own side. The goal is for players to capture the other team’s cones and bring them to their own side. If a player goes onto the opponent’s side to capture a cone and is tagged they must sit down where they were tagged. A player can be rescued if a teammate tags them. Once a player is rescued, both players may walk back to their own side safely. If a player is tagged holding a cone, a teammate can rescue the cone or the player, but not both.

PE Teacher Kalie Schult shares her activity called Strikerball, a continuous game that works on many aspects including moving, striking, reaction time, and strategic play. #physed

My name is Kalie Schult and I am a PE teacher from Winterse, Iowa. I posted a video of my students playing Strikerball on Twitter for my striking unit in PE and it was a hit! Below I have shared … Read More

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Laurie's Little Monkeys: Large Group Hula Hoop games for ages prek and up!

Do you work with children at a church? Are you a Christian Educator? check out some of the other blogs I've written specifically for Christian Educators, my Religious escape rooms, and over 50 faith-based games I've created! FOR AGES PRESCHOOL AND UP!!! Ok. So the hubby is planning a retreat for our church and he put the two of us down to lead an hour of recreation. To help him out I said I'd take this on (I love doing this kind of thing anyway, but lets just say I did it out of love ;)…

PE Teacher Mike Ginicola shares this activity called Race to the Galaxy, a cooperative game for both PE and Active Play. Perfect timing for the new #StarWars movie coming out soon!

I came up with the idea for Race to the Galaxy (originally named Space Colonies) after reviewing games on the PhysEdGames YouTube channel. Since I’m a huge Sci-Fi fan, I really wanted to add a space-themed activity to my cooperative … Read More

LEGO Copycat Challenge – A TOTALLY Fun Cooperative Game. Perfect for a birthday party or a LEGO club or a classroom STEM challenge.

Use LEGO® bricks to play a fun and competitive cooperative game that kids will love! This is perfect for a LEGO® birthday party or club, or really any venue in which you need to keep a group of kids busy. We’ll call it LEGO® Copycat or Duplicate the LEGO® Model… or choose your own name! […]

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