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- Write each letter of the alphabet on a piece of paper. Do the same thing with numbers on the back of each paper 1-26.
- NOTE: Do not put the numbers in order: For example, letter “A” should not have the number “1” on the back of it. Mix it up.
- Spread the papers on a playing surface randomly throughout the playing area.
- Playing areas can be a classroom, gymnasium and or living room. TIP: If you play outside, make sure it’s not a windy day. The paper will be blown away.
- This is a timed competition. The lower the score the better.
- Each player will step on the letters in alphabetical order as quickly as they can.
- TIP: Usually after about half the class has completed the game, I flip the letters over to the numbers and play the same game. Players will start to learn the pattern and this is a good way to keep them on their toes.
ROCK PAPER SCISSOR FITNESS
- Place paper in a circular formation aprox 2-3ft apart.
- Write an exercise on each piece a paper.
- Make sure you and your opponent begin at the same distance apart.
- Perform a round of rock paper scissor.
- The losing player must go to the center of the playing area and perform the exercise that they were standing on.
- The winning player earned the right to move up one space.
- This process is repeated until one of the players catches up to the other.
PAPER FOLD COMPETITON (PE AT HOME)
EQUIPMENT: 1 Piece of paper & 1 ball
- Place 1 piece a paper 10 ft from a designated tossing line.
- This is a timed competition. 60 seconds.
- From the 10 foot distance you must roll the ball over the piece of paper.
- Successful or not, you must perform 3 push-ups.
- If successful, after performing the push-ups, you must fold the paper in half and run back to the tossing line.
- This process repeats until the 60 seconds is complete.
- The more folds the better.
- OPTION: Increase the time of the competition to make the workout tougher.
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