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True and False

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-Objective:

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To get the answer right and tag or not be tagged.

-Fundamental Movement Skills:

  • Locomotor

    • Run​

-Equipment List:

  • 1 Tag-It Mitt (or half-length pool noodle) for every two players

-Equipment Link:

-Setting Up:

  • Players stand facing each other with a pool noodle (half-length) or a Tag-It Mitt between them.

  • Designate a run-to line about three-five paces back (centre line in volleyball and attack lines work great).

  • Designate one side as True, and the other as False.

-Instructions:

  • The leader will state a question with an answer.

    • If the answer is True, the True side runs back past their run-to line.

    • If the answer is False, the False side runs back past their run-to line.

  • For example:

    • 1 + 1 = 2 is true and the Trues run past their line.

    • 1 + 1 = 3 is false and the Falses run past their line.

    • Ottawa is the capital of Canada is true and the Trues run past their line.

    • Calgary is the capital of Alberta is false and the Falses run past their line.

    • NaCl is the chemical formula for salt is true and the Trues run past their line.

    • H2O means one Hydrogen atom and two Oxygen atoms is false and the Falses run past their line.

  • For the side that is not running to their own line, those players must pick up the foam noodle or Mitt and attempt to tag their partner.

    • If they tag their partner before their partner passes their run-to line the partner does an activity (five jumping jacks).

    • If they do not tag their partner before their partner passes their run-to line they do an activity (five jumping jacks).

Queestions

-Questions & Notes:

  • Variation

    • A fun way to review any subject matter for any grade level. Just use True/False questions.

  • Safety

    • Players should position themselves sideways. No backward running in case someone losses their balance and hits the back of their head on the ground.