For pairs of players to compete against each other and try to tap the opponents knees more often than having their own knees tapped.
-Fundamental Movement Skills:
One half-noodle (full-length noodles cut in half length) per player.
Each player gets a partner and they stand facing each other.
Each player gets a pool noodle.
Each player stands facing each other, and each holds a pool noodle.
Each player then tries to tap the knee of the other player with their pool noodle. Each successful tap is worth one point.
Play till one person gets five taps and is the winner.
Play again or select different opponents.
-Questions & Notes:
Questions for Understanding:
What is the best tactic to defend yourself from getting tapped?
What is the best tactic to tap your opponent?
Is it better to go on the offensive, defensive, or some kind of combination of the two?
What might the above say about leadership?