Movement Games and Sports

Here you can find a selection of “Movement, games and sports” videos created for teachers.

9 years and older This game is ideal for warming up body and mind in a playful way while working on collaboration. PLAY Several hoops are necessary for this game, two to four depending on the size of the group. The players stand in a circle holding...
9 years and older A simple as well as complex activity, attractive and creative, ideal for devel- oping cooperation within a group. PLAY Players are separated in groups from five to ten. Each person receives the name of an animal (either written on...
6 years and older A small game based on metaphors, well adapted for young children to work on solidarity and physical contact while having fun. PLAY The game needs a defined area and a small carpet or something which can be made smaller (ropes,...
9 years and older Adapted games for developing basic skills for ballgames (basketball, football and others) such as passing, marking, defending, etc. PLAY The game requires one ball for two teams of four to six players each that will play against...
9 years and older A silent game ideal for starting or ending a session calmly, or for refo- cusing a group that is scattered. PLAY The players line up one behind the other in groups of four or five with their hands on the shoulders of the person in...
9 years and older A calm activity ideal for a group that is getting to know each other and building relations, or for a group which lacks cohesion and respect. PLAY The animator defines an area (which can be smaller or larger for more of less...
12 years and older A calm activity ideal for consolidating trust and mutual respect after “The blind man and his guide-dog”. PLAY This activity takes place in several chronological phases. In total it requires between approximately 30 and 45...
9 years and older An ideal game for a group getting to know each other in an energetic and playful way. PLAY For this game it is necessary to set out a small space for each person (except the postman) such as a chair (or something to sit on), a...
An ideal game for learning names by using movement. Also useful as a rit- ual for beginning a session, to recre- ate bonds in the group and to warm up before exercises which are more physically demanding. OBJECTIVES Psychosocial: to develop...

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