September 6, 2016
Group Size: AnyAge Group: Good for all agesEquipment: Cones Development Goal(s): Self-control. Skills practiced include spatial awareness and freezing. Before You Start: Talk to students about what statues do: Do they move? Do they touch each other? Do they make a lot of noise? But we all know they come alive and move around the…
August 24, 2016
Teaching kids to resolving conflicts build confident, empowered youth.
August 15, 2016
The old playground favorite with a TWIST! Challenge your students minds by incorporating academic concepts while playing standard foursquare. Simple math problems, sight words, and even science terminology can be the focus as your students bounce the ball around the grid.
August 9, 2016
Help every child feel welcome back to school this fall
August 8, 2016
Jill Vialet on what districts can do to encourage learning through play
June 8, 2016
Don’t drop the ball on this one! Brace yourself as students put all their trust in you with Trust Falls. With no arms for bracing and eyes closed for intensity, your students can have fun falling (just a little) and relying on someone to catch them.
June 6, 2016
Game and activities to make each day fun all summer long.
May 5, 2016
What do the phrases, “Fee fi fo fum”, “Alakazam,” and “I like Candy” have in common? They are all part of the delightful and always hilarious game Giants, Wizards, Elves. Split the group in half and see which side can conquer the other with a funny phrase and butterfly fingers.
April 7, 2016
How to play Rainbow Run