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Black Light Dodgeball

black-light-dodgeball

Hang black lights in the gym and use black light reflective tape on the court lines and the balls (spray paint can fade by the end of the game, then you can’t see the balls).

Have the kids wear white shirts and socks so they have clear targets to hit with the balls. Provide glow bracelets, if possible.

Added by Lisa Baer

Also, see Black Light Volleyball (Click Here) and Black Light Basketball (Click Here), and also check out the Glow-in-the-Dark versions of all these games (Click Here). Another dodgeball game to check out is Dodge the Rolling Balls (Click Here).

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    Chad
    June 21, 2011 at 12:00 am

    This is one of our favorites. Although we recently got some new dodgeballs that don’t glow, so that added some confusion at first, but made it a lot of fun once the students got used to the idea.

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