Movement Games and Sports

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

12 years and older An ideal activity for developing har- mony between two people through synchronisation of movements and non-verbal communication. PLAY The players stand in a line facing each other, in silence. Player A is the model and player B...
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...
9 years and older An excellent game for getting started playfully. Special chase game, in silence, with walking instead of running and with the introduction of physical contacts requiring a certain level of trust between players. PLAY This game...
6 years and older A simple and short game, ideal for letting off steam and having fun while being in a group. PLAY The players are divided in groups of five, standing one behind the other and holding on to the person in front either by the...
6 years and older Classic tag game with an element of cooperation. Ideal for changing the group’s mind set and letting off steam. PLAY One or more players are designated as chasers (approx. one for every five players).Their aim is to catch the...
9 years and older A lively and motivating game of chase-tag which can be played with different stages of difficulty as well as individually or strategically PLAY The players stand in pairs, side by side, scattered over a defined area. Two players...
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...
A creative activity to learn names in a group that does not know each other, or a ritual to begin a session in order to consolidate relations in a fun and creative way through names and gestures. OBJECTIVES Psychosocial: to develop self-expres-...

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