Put a new, action-filled spin on a classic game with Star Wars® Dodge Ball. Scholars turn into Jedis and lightsabers are used to save peers from sitting on the sidelines, all the while a bombardment of balls fly towards moving targets.
There's more to this game than just dodging! Here you'll find loads of activities and practice exercises for teaching your young athletes a variety of overarm/underarm throws, catches, dodges, and tactics.
Set up two teams, one in the field throwing the ball, and the other who will be running through the field to try to score a run. The running team forms two lines behind an endline and the first player in line must run across the field...
Learners, on signal, get up and do a designated locomotor movement. Students with foam balls try to tag other learners with the ball. When tagged, students go to a designated area and do a specified exercise. When finished they come back...
Students participate in a team game where they are attempting to pull as many flags as possible from the opposing teams. They work on their dodging, fleeing, tagging, and agility throughout the game.
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).
Learners 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).
Young scholars 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 young scholars are selected to be Batman and...
Students examine what makes people be responsible. In this responsibility lesson, students chart the good and bad things that happen if you take responsibility and if you don't.
Prowl like a dinosaur! Choose several students to be the dinosaurs. The dinosaurs with dodge balls are the taggers, and the Triceratops on the scooters are the freers. As the other players are tagged with balls, the Triceratops scoot...
Students explore responsibility. In this character education lesson, students review the definition of responsibility and brainstorm possible consequences of taking responsibility and not taking responsibility. Student's thoughts are...
Second graders work on dodging in a game situation. Have boundary cones away from walls if playing inside. Have students walk instead of running if they are unable to move safely. Stop the game if students are unable to move safely.
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