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Four Square “New Jersey Rules”

Apparently becoming more of an art form than a game. Create a large square shaped playing area and divide this into 4 equal quadrants. It’s suggested that you…

Four Square

Number of players:  5-12 Length of Time:  20-60 minutes Equipment:  Volleyball or similar. Object of the game is to gain the #1 square and defend the position against…

Duck!

Sent in by Michael Pacioni Similar to Dodge Ball, but placed here as it uses smaller balls. For 3 – 10 players and a number of small soft…

Limbless

This played in a very similar way to PIG with players forming a circle and throwing the ball between themselves, but instead of gathering a letter for every…

Catch the ball, head the ball

This is ball based slightly more cognitively challenging version of “Simon Says“. suggested by Neil Savory and also seen being used in Football training An alternative version is…

Chant Ball

Any number of players. Aim is to keep the ball in air without touching the ground by hitting it from underneath volley ball style (hands clasped together). Players…

500

Sent in by Mark Vaughan Very simple catching game for a group. Up to 20 children can play. Have the children spread out in the playing field and…

Scavenger Hunts

As simple as ABC… Split into teams. Leader selects a letter of the alphabet and sets a time limit. Players then have to collect or list as many…

Ape, Man, Girl

Posted on the ex Christian Youthworkers egroup Another variation of the rock, scissors, paper game. Have people pair off. Then, when the signal is given each person strikes…

Dodge Ball

If there’s ever a game that immediately comes to mind when working with children and youth it’s dodge ball (aka knee ball). This game has always been a…

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