A great time to practice and work on skills with not that many kids around!!!
Nice weather? Have it outside… Bad weather? Hold it inside in a gym or large space! Create and decorate paper-airplanes. Come up with categories for the fun.
see Can anyone fly it through a hula hoop? Do loops? The objective is to keep the ball in the air using any part of the body. Once one ball is up, get two or three balls going at the same time. Keep count of the number of times the ball or balls is kept up in the air before it hits the ground.
Kids try and better the number next time around. A ping pong ball is placed onto the sheet. The sheet is then raised or lowered. Start your own Guinness Book of Records!!! This one is a surefire winner! Keep your own SAC book of records and have the kids try to set records for things such as:.
Be sure to make this a yearly ongoing event—NEW records can be set each year!!! Each player must race to the turning point and back, stepping only on his newspapers. He steps on one, lays the other in front of him steps on it, moves the first forward, and steps on it and so on. Example: Simon Says touch your nose while touching your cheek! The pairs will sit on the floor, back pressed to back and arms interlocked. They must stand up without using their hands.
It can end here…OR… After a pair stands up, have them find another pair and all 4 must sit down and stand up. Go on as such until the entire group is together and have everyone try to stand up. This is a good game to promote friendliness and is fun when you have an exceptionally large group. BUZZ The players start counting substituting buzz for the number seven and multiples of seven. If a player makes a mistake he must drop out or the whole group must start again. Play music as each child walks around balancing the object on their head.
If the object falls off the child is frozen until another comes and places the object back on the head. Everyone stops and resets their object when the music stops. Game starts over when the music again starts. Just for the fun of it! The most points of course going to the individual or team who correctly guesses with the least amount of puzzle pieces removed! Have two equal teams with a center line. Each team starts with the same amount of items. At the signal each team throws whatever it can get their hands on from their side of the line to the other side. Players continue to throw until the signal to stop or if music is used when you play and the music stops 5.
To play more rounds divide the garbage evenly again and continue. Keep score of whoever has the most wins! You can add interest by having the losing team pick up all garbage or have both teams pick up garbage but the losing team has to do what the winning teams directs—such as accomplish a certain amount of push-ups- sit-ups, etc.
Divide the group into two teams. Give each team a blanket. Have one player from each team lie down on the blanket. The teams must drag the body on the blanket from one end of the gym or yard to the other. Whoever crosses the finish line first, wins. Other versions in Gym Games category.
The player in square 4 serves the ball by bouncing it in his square and tapping the ball into another square. The player who misses the ball steps out and the remaining players rotate up through the numbered squares. If you are playing with more than four players, a new player enters the game at square 1.
The player who is out waits in line to re-enter the game once square 1 is open again.
Whoever is now in square 4 serves the ball to resume play. When two pieces of popcorn meet, they stick together. Once stuck together, they continue to pop around together, sticking to even more pieces, until they end up in a big popcorn ball. The first one to the end of the track and back wins.
The contestant who holds the note the longest wins. The player that gets the most wins. Source: allthedaze. Give each child a feather.
Misha Airplane Toy Set of 1 - And dolls need a place to stay. Email address. Why we like it: Perfect pretend play complete makeup set for little girls. You will enjoy watching your little one make hotdogs and hamburgers and serving you.
This game can also be played in teams. Tape the lids onto the boxes, then cut a one-inch-wide and four-inch long slit in each top.
Have the contestants slip their feet into the slits in the boxes and race… The race can be individual—with all youth racing together in a horizontal line—or done as a relay. On the signal, advance to the turning point where they change positions and return to the starting line. After cotton balls are stuck to their nose,they crawl over to the empty bowl.
Kids then take cotton balls off their nose with their hands and put them in the bowl. If you play with TEAMS set a time limit, and see who moves the most cotton balls from one bowl to the next. Players may stand or sit. Each team is given a balloon to keep in the air for as long as possible. They can only bat or tap the balloon to keep it afloat—no throwing or catching is allowed.
Some one needs to keep score. The team with the lowest score is the winner. The person who can keep it in the air longest without using anything but their head is the winner. All players inflate their balloon. Some players may need help. Score 5 points for the closest balloon and 15 points for a direct hit. This game works well with teams — each team gets their own colored balloons; red, blue, green etc. Or, you do not need to keep score at all and just have fun playing the game several times.
Another great idea is to make paddles simply taping tongue depressor sticks to the back of paper plates. Images by KidActivites. It is often played to improve shooting skills. In this game, a series of shots must be made in and around the key, allowing a player to advance to the next position. The first player to make a shot at each position advances until he reaches the end where he wins the match.
Play typically starts at the edge of the key on one side of the basket. If the shot is made, the player advances to the next position mark on the key.