On go, the first person from each team will run down to the tic tac toe board and place their marker in one of the hula hoops. After they place the marker, they will race back to their line to high five the next student in line. The next student will then place their marker in an open hoop.Read More
High Activity Games
These high activity camp games keep everyone moving! Play these camp games with those children who love to run, run, run! Adapt many of these games to embrace our "Everybody Wins" philosophy.
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Set an empty bottle in the middle of a circle of people holding hands. The group then begins to move in a circle, while pulling and pushing each other. Whoever knocks the bottle over will then get out of the circle. The game continues until there is one winner.Read More
One person is “it.” Every other player tries to avoid being tagged. If they get tagged, they become frozen until they are tagged by another player. To avoid being tagged, players can lay down on their backs with their hands and feet in the air (like a tortoise who has rolled over on its back) Players are only safe in …Read More
Tell the kids something to run to and touch — like something blue, a tree, someone’s elbow. Keep the touchables coming fast and see who can keep up.Read More
A field or flat area with easily accessible trees. One person is “it” and tries to tag everyone else. Players are only safe if they are touching a tree.Read More
To begin, make groups of four to five people. One person will be it and will stand off to the side. The others will join hands and form a circle. While the “it” is off to the side, they will select someone in their circle to protect. When play begins, the person who is “it” will try to identify and …Read More
-8 cones -Ideally, 1 softball-sized foam ball (or any available ball) To score a point by passing the ball to a teammate within the square goal area. Using cones, make two square-shaped goals approximately 5 feet to a side. Space goals about 10-15 yards apart. Form two teams and choose which team gets the ball first. Like Ultimate Frisbee, move …Read More
-a sturdy softball-sized foam ball -8 cones To pass the ball to a teammate standing within the square goal. Choose two teams. Using cones, make two square-shaped goals (sides=about 4 feet) about 20 yards from each other. Each team wants to pass the ball to a teammate standing within its respective goal for a point. PASSING: Like Ultimate Frisbee, the …Read More
The great thing about the game is that you can play it with four players (two on two), sixteen (eight on eight), or thirty (fifteen on fifteen). Also, you can use one ball for small groups or multiple balls for larger groups. It goes by the same basic principle as the traditional keep away game, but it’s so much better. …Read More
Mr. Fox starts out at one end of a field, room, or designated area with his back to the group. The group at the other end then yells out ÛÏWhat time is it Mr. Fox?Û Mr. Fox then calls out a time that is on the even hour (1 o’clock – 12 o’clock). The group then takes that many steps. …Read More