School age games
Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for School age games. Get inspired and try out new things.
Fun Team Games for kids with this Alice inspired game Down the Rabbit Hole that works on co-operation as well as gross motor skills.
Princess Malia saved to Games
26 After School Activities for Kids | Perfect for kids in preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school, we’re sharing 26 crafts, games, and activities boys and girls can enjoy at home (or at daycare) once they’ve bid adieu to their classroom for the afternoon. These ideas are simple, fun, easy to setup, and provide meaningful learning opportunities to boot! #afterschoolactivities #afterschoolcrafts
Cary Garcia saved to Youth of the Nation
Rock, Paper, Scissors Tag Game. A really fun game that kids love! Would work well with Grades 2-8. Full directions included.
13 Indoor Recess Games | If you’re the teacher of kids in preschool, kindergarten, elementary, or middle school and you’re looking for ideas for large groups to keep your students entertained on snowy or rainy days, we’ve got you covered! We’ve included a mix of physical education and gross motor activities, learning station and team building ideas, and other classroom games to play that are sure to keep your students engaged and help them blow off steam. #indoorrecess #brainbreaks
Lexie Love saved to Stuff to read later
My name is Mark Roucka and I am a PE teacher at Lincoln Junior High School in Naperville, IL. “Head, Shoulders, Knees, Cone” is an activity I have done numerous times with my classes and received a number of positive … Read More
Sheila Burke saved to PE
It seems that no matter how hard we work at smooth transitions we always end up waiting on something. Keep kids engaged with these fun waiting games.
Kathy Church saved to Teacher stuff
How many of these recess games from childhood do you remember?
Sally Dunbar saved to kid stuff
Prepositions are about my favorite concept to teach. It really doesn’t get more fun than playing hide and seek, barking directions at each other and dancing around in the therapy room. If you haven’t checked out my other posts in this movement series, you’ll want to head HERE (or click “series” in the menu …
Andrea Manz saved to SLP: Language
How to make a catapult - easy steps with craft sticks and rubber bands
Chalk Academy saved to Crafty Kids!