Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Circle Straddle Ball


Players are in a circle formation, facing in. Each child stands in a wide straddle stance with the side of the foot against the neighbor’s. The hands are on the knees. Two balls are used. The object of the game is to roll one of the balls between the legs of another player before that player can get hands down to stop the ball. Each time a ball goes between the legs of an individual, a point is scored. The players having the fewest points scored against them are the winners. Keep the circles small so players have more opportunities to handle the ball.


1. Music
2. 2 foam balls


Make sure that the players catch and roll the ball, rather than batting it. Players must keep their hands on their knees until a ball is rolled at them.

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