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sabre-ball
Preparation: You are going to need two goals that are across from each other. If you don't have any goals, hula hoops on the ground or buckets will work. Next, grab any soccer-sized ball. You will also need pool noodles (sabres) and these will be given to about half of the players on each team.The gameplay is simple and...
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zombies-2
We recommend starting off with one or two zombies, but bigger groups may need three or four zombies. This is a game of tag, but each team has different goals. The humans are trying to survive the zombie horde. The Zombies are trying to infect humans and turn them into fellow zombies.In order to distinguish who is a zombie, zombies must make...
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4-square-dodgeball
Preparation: Duct tape/cones and dodgeballsUse duct tape or cones to create four large squares/quadrants on the floor. Then divide your group into 4 different teams. Now play Dodgeball, but when a player "gets out", they will join the square that got them out. Add more balls in as the game goes on to add more madness. The game is...
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ultimate-dodge-cricket
Preparation: Bat, dodgeball, cones, field marking paint or chalk.This is an outdoor team game. There are two teams, just like baseball. One team bats and the other is in the field. You'll need a bat, a dodgeball, and some cones, and a way to mark off a circle on the ground (field marking paint, chalk, etc). Instead of a baseball...
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zombies-2-0
This is another version of our Zombies game. This game is a great overnight event.Pick two to four students to be the "zombies" and send them off to hide. After 2 minutes, send the "humans" out to search for the zombies. As soon as a zombie is found, they chase after the humans (while doing their best zombie noise). In...
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milk-jug-lacrosse
Preparation: For this game, you will need an empty plastic milk jug for each player (preferably gallon sized, though 1/2 gallon will work), a tennis ball, and something for two goals. Cut the bottoms off of all the jugs beforehand too.Divide your students into two teams. The jugs are held upside down by their handles and used to catch...
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