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Bio: Does your school have a nearby wooded area or forest? Use this space as an outdoor classroom to build fundamental movement skills. The best games for me are the ones with limited equipment and little setup. A quick setup means quick takedown which means faster transitions. Also, with less equipment, there is usually less explanation and rules. Ultimately, this is what8217;s best for students, more movement and less time sitting. Especially for my younger students, this holds true. Here are ten of my favorite games with limited equipment. My hope is that you can grab a few ideas from below and add them to your physical education repertoire. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. The name of this game speaks for itself! Following the rules of Simon Says, have students imitate a variety of movements and exercises, such as squats, jumping jacks, air punches, and so on. If anyone follows an action without hearing, ldquo;Simon Says,rdquo; theyrsquo;re out of the game. Continue playing until therersquo;s only one student standing! https://fullgamesnow.com/
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