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Spot 100 game setup. A bean bag critter inside a hula hoop for each time along the sideline. Poly floor spots randomly placed inside the basketball court area with buckets and crates as targets in the middle area.

The Spot Game

Scatter poly spots around targets such a buckets, crates, laundry baskets or free standing baskets. Create teams of 2-4 players. Each team is given a game object such as a small foam ball, a bean bag, or a stuffed critter. One player from each team takes the game object and finds a floor spot. With […]

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Have You Ever?

Give each a player a floor spot. Have the players place the floor spot on the floor at least 6′ away from another player and form a large circle. Establish the rules. Players must walk. The teacher will ask a question that has a yes or no answer. Each player determines if the answer is

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Point Rally

peteacher.com uses affiliate links. For more information click here. Scatter floor spots around the goal. Start a timer.  Players attempt to make as many goals as possible from any floor spot until a stop signal is given.  One point is awarded for each goal.  Repeat for each player.  The round is over when all players

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Ship to Shore

Calling games are fun and easy to implement. No equipment except a playing area and a loud voice are needed. The instructor yells out a random command and players must complete the task associated with that command. There are many calling game themes. The theme for Ship to Shore is boats. Demonstrate, explain, and practice

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4 Corners

Label each corner as a 1, 2, 3, or 4. One person is a caller and must look away from the playing area. Each player moves to a corner of his/her choice. The caller will randomly call 1, 2, 3, or 4. Players in that corner are out and step out of the playing area.

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