Ha Ha Dribble
To have a partner do as much activity as possible
-Fundamental Movement Skills:
One stability ball per pair of players
All players line up with their partners along one side of the room.
Each pair has a ball.
Each pair of players plays a game of Rock, Paper, Scissors to determine who does the activities.
In Rock, Paper, Scissors, each player holds one hand under his armpit. Together they hop three times. When they land for the third time, each player pulls out his hand and either makes a fist (rock), shows a flat hand (paper), or holds two fingers out (scissors).
The winner is determined as follows: Rock wins over scissors (it crushes scissors), scissors wins over paper (it cuts paper), and paper wins over rock (it covers a rock).
The losing player then dribbles a ball to the other side of the room and back while the winner jumps up and down and says: “Ha, Ha. Ha, Ha.”
-Questions & Notes:
If dribbling the ball is too difficult, have players roll the ball.
If dribbling the ball is too easy, have players dribble two balls.
Adapted from J. Byl, H. Baldauf, P. Doyle, and A. Raithby, 2007, Chicken and Noodle Games: 141 Fun Activities With Innovative Equipment. (Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics), 225.