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Pack of Fun - Quick Fitness Games

PDF | 4 pages|Grades: K, F - 7

14 quick, easy and fun fitness activities for all ages.

Print, cut and laminate this set of teacher instruction cards to have on hand for use for class fitness.

Choose one of the quick and easy games to play with your class as part of your daily fitness routine or when you have 10 minutes to fill, in need of a brain break or when warming up the bodies and brains before a lesson.

Most of the activities from the pack require no or limited equipment and can be played inside or outside.

This ‘Pack of Fun’ Quick Fitness Games include:

  • Fitness Bingo
  • All Hands on Deck
  • Imaginary Soccer
  • Play the Deck
  • Rock the Baby Skipping Game
  • Octopus
  • Spelling Word Hopscotch
  • Animal Fun
  • Dead Bugs
  • Stuck in the Mud
  • Parachute
  • Crab Soccer
  • What’s the Time Mr. Wolf?
  • Cat and Mouse
  • 2 x blank cards for your own games.

Use this resource in conjunction with our Fitness Bingo.

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    Kylie Wynne

    Some great ideas for Morning Fitness thank you, the students have loved each of the games we’ve played.

    Kylie Wynne · Oct 24th, 2017

    Victoria (Teach Starter)

    Hi Kylie,
    Thank you for your comment!
    It’s great to hear that your students love playing the different games.
    Kind regards,

    Victoria (Teach Starter) · Oct 25th, 2017

    Trudi Martin

    1/2M had great fun with these activities yesterday. The instructions are clear and simple and the activities require little preparation.

    Trudi Martin · Nov 12th, 2016

    Victoria (Teach Starter)

    Thanks Trudi for your positive comment!
    We’re glad your class is enjoying this resource.
    Kind regards,

    Victoria (Teach Starter) · Nov 14th, 2016

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