Game Library

Need a group game for 30 kindergarteners, indoors, in a pinch? Trying to convince 5th grader boys to stop hogging the ball? We have you covered.

Explore hundreds of games by group size, available space and equipment, appropriate ages, and developmental skills. Our games are designed to keep all kids playing. You will see lots of games where everyone is “it”, ground-rules that keep games manageable for recess supervisors, skill-building variations on students’ favorite sports, and other adaptations that make games fun and inclusive for everyone.

  • Small Group (1-10)

  • Grades 1-2

  • None

  • Under 10 minutes

  1. Tag Games

Triangle Tag ›

girl playing with dodgeball
girl playing with dodgeball
  • Small Group (1-10)

  • Grades 1-2

  • Balls

  • Under 10 minutes

  1. Ball Games
  2. Recess Games

Wall Ball ›

  • Any Size

  • Grades 3-5

  • None

  • Under 10 minutes

  1. Flexible Games
  2. Icebreaker
  3. Indoor Game

Zip, Zap, Pop ›

In this sequencing game, students will develop comfort with their peers and strengthen their concentration skills. To begin, teach the students a hand gesture to go with the words “Zip,” “Zap,” and “Pop.” The leader will begin by “passing” a zip to a neighbor. The neighbor follows with a “zap,” and passes it to another…