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Last One It

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-Objective:

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​To be the last player tagged

-Fundamental Movement Skills:

  • Locomotor

    • Roll​

-Equipment List:

  • One stability ball per pair of players

-Equipment Link:

-Setting Up:

  • Assign boundaries that are at least five square paces per player. In other words half a volleyball court is approximately nine paces by nine paces or 81 square paces, enough room for about 16 players.

  • Players are scattered in the playing area, each sitting on their own ball.

  • The leader assigns one player to be the It.

-Instructions:

  • On the leader’s signal to begin the players use a “Forward Roll” to move inside the playing area in an effort to avoid being tagged by the It.

  • Forward Roll: Sit on the ball. Roll forwards to till you almost fall of the front off the ball. Squat up and pull the ball under your but again to a sitting position. Roll forwards again and repeat as you move around the playing surface.

  • The It tries to tag players.

  • When the It tags a player, then there are two Its.

  • If a player goes out of bounds that player also becomes an It.

  • Continue playing till the last player is tagged. That player is the winner and becomes the It for the next game.

Queestions

-Questions & Notes:

  • It is too difficult to make a speed catch, the It will need to try and corner players and then tag them.

  • Players may not move backwards on the balls or they will fall backwards and hit the back of their head on the floor.

  • An excellent game for upper legs and shoulders.