This is a fun game that works great 2-6th grade, and does not require any equipment!! How awesome is that?
Baseball is a fun sport to do, but who has the space or the time to discuss the rules? Well...hopefully some of you do, but in case you are in a pinch and want to do baseball- this is the lesson plan for you! This activity is good with students that are 3-6th, and once going, students can do this with minimal assistance. This is a modified game, that means that it does not follow the rules of standard baseball. However, if you want to do a basic version or just build a background foundation, then try this lesson plan out and have fun!! Smiles are required!
Here are a few poses for students in wheelchairs to do. You can also modify poses to be done in chairs, and you can have your entire class do chair yoga so everyone can participate!
Here is a nice yoga sequence that most students and adults can try. The pictures have arrows to show which pose is next, and is great for younger students, PreK-2nd, to do. An adult will need to make sure they do the stretches properly, but it is a nice warm-up or calming activity for you and your students to try!
The bean bag game is a fun game for K-6th grade! It has students following directions, constantly moving, and being successful in a game. Basically, there is a "teacher" and "students". Each "student" has a color (some may share colors) and may only touch that one colored bean bag. The "teacher" takes the bean bags and throws them around the room; when the teacher says "go" the students run to get his or her colored beanbag. Students can run, walk, skip, crawl, etc. to their beanbags, but the movement is decided only by the "teacher" and the adult. Once independent, students can run this game themselves but an adult may need to be supervise occasionally.