For the tagger to tag the player on the opposite side of the three-player triangle, and the three-player triangle to help the player not get tagged.
-Fundamental Movement Skills:
Four half-length pool noodles per group of four players.
Three players hold three triangles forming a triangle, and determine who will be the one to be tagged--players must keep their own hands next to each other as they hold the pool noodles.
A fourth player is the IT and holds a half-length pool noodle.
The IT stands opposite the player that is to be tagged.
Sometimes a pylon or or cone or spot can be placed in the middle of the triangle, as a spot that needs to stay in the centre of the triangle throughout the game.
On the groups decision to begin the tagger tries to tag the one to be tagged.
The three-player triangle can spin to block the tagger from tagging the one to be tagged.
The tagger can not tag the one to be tagged across the triangle.
-Questions & Notes:
This is a very vigorous game for the tagger so do switch roles frequently--at least every time a player is tagged, but sometimes before then.
Make sure groups of triangles are far enough apart to not run into each other.
Questions for Understanding:
What are important strategies to be used by the three-player triangle to protect the one to be tagged?
What are important strategies for the tagger to tag the one to be tagged?