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Tag, you're it! A tag game to use as a warm-up before launching into the daily unit activity. Two players lie side by side, all of these pairs forming a rather large circle. The Ace is running from the Chaser and lies down next to a pair...
Students discuss Batman and Robin. They discuss the rivals (Penguin, Cat Woman, and Joker). Three students are selected to be the rivals, they each receive a pool noodle. Two other students are selected to be Batman and Robin. Rivals...
Students are given the opportunity to play a tag game while studing geographical sites in the U.S.A. (relative to the Mississippi River or to other geographic features you may choose).
Learners participate in a game of chase and learn about healthy food choices. In this physical activity and healthy diet lesson, students play a game of chase by role playing as sugar and fat examples Learners name examples of fruits and...
Students role play their favorite judge and chase the other students to try to take their flag football flags away. Then they travel around the gym freely trying not to lose their flags. Students who lose their flags help the judges to...
Students play a chasing tag game called "Duck, Duck, Goose. They partner up and touch one other saying either duck or goose. The one who calls goose chases the other across a predetermined line.
Students to use their chasing, fleeing, and dodging skills in a fun holiday environment as well as become acquainted with Santa and his 8 reindeer!(i.e., Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, or Blitzen).
Students find a partner. After they are with a partner have them find a good self space in the playing area. Identify one student as the chaser and the other as the dodger. After the dodger is tagged, students switch roles.