11. Pool Noodle Tag. Put a social distancing spin on tag by introducing foam pool noodles. To play, simply gather your class outside - or in the gymnasium if it’s a bad weather day - and give each of your students a pool noodle. Anyone who gets tagged with another player’s pool noodle has to leave the game.
Equipment needed: A play parachute large enough to accommodate your group. At 20 feet across and nearly 63 feet around, this parachute is suitable for 10 or so people. Go the social distance: Until COVID-19 abates, avoid games that involve tenting the parachute over players, which could raise the risk of transmission by creating an enclosed space.
In this video, we will review (1) our ready, explain, play strategy for organizing recess, (2) tips on how to lead a game, and (3) conflict resolution strategies. View our task tent activities designed for kids to play independently. All task tents are ideal for students in kindergarten through fifth grade and can be played in almost any space ...
But things have changed and I can definitely add a list of some outdoor games that can be played during social distancing. There aren’t a whole lot of games that involve no physical contact, nothing players touch, and only standing six feet apart. But I found a few and I’ll add them to make the post more useful. Thanks for the feedback!
Summer doesn't have to be ruined due to continued COVID-19 restrictions. These genius indoor and outdoor social distancing games keep kids 6 feet apart from friends while they play.
Social Distancing Friendly Indoor & Outdoor Games. These are some of the many games that incorporate social distancing prepared by the New York non-profit sports and fitness organization Asphalt ...
Outdoor Races. Children can get cardiovascular exercise by walking, jogging, or running, but races add excitement and help increase their speed and agility. With some advance planning, both relay and timed races can be safe options for family physical education. When setting up safe social distance races, keep teams and teammates six feet apart.
Physical, Social and Arty Outdoor No Contact Games and Activities Ideas - Primary Here are 50 ideas for physical, social and arty outdoor games and activities. They are divided into Physical, Social, and Arty sections to reflect their main theme, although they might cover two or three of the areas.
As it turned out, we didn’t need any of that equipment and were plenty busy without it. For the next time I plan a picnic, camping trip, or other outdoor gathering where kids and active adults are involved, I’ve been compiling a list of games and activities that can be played with no equipment whatsoever.
Running relay races are one of the simplest PE games needing no equipment. Take the class outside and divide them into groups of 3 or 4 people each. Have them run 100 to 200 metres each before moving on to the next person in the relay. The mix-it-up relay race is fun variation of a normal relay running race. In a mix-it-up race, each person in ...