- Flag Football: (NORTH AMERICA)
Similar to traditional American football, flag football is play by two teams of 4-11 students. This group game does not permit any physcial contact.
- Soccer Baseball: (EASTERN ASIA)
Soccer Baseball allows students to work on conflict resolution through a group experience. Students work together as a team to build their communication skills; allowing confidence and empowerment
- Frisbee Soccer: (NORTH AMERICA)
Students split into two teams and try to get the frisbee into the opposing team’s end. If the frisbee drops to the floor, it belongs to the opposing team. To maintain safety, students must be still when they take a shot / pass to a team member.
- Beach Volleyball: (NORTH AMERICA)
Similar to indoor volleyball, this sport is played with two or more students on each team. The key to this sport is teamwork and thinking quick on your toes!
- Badminton: (EURASIA)
Badminton increases concentration and reflex action. Students explore self-regulation through a mix of hand-eye coordination and mindfulness.
- Pingpong: (EUROPE)
This paddle sport allows students to develop their hand-eye coordination.
- Basketball: (NORTH AMERICA)
Children are able to have fun while playing and practicing with their peers basketball skills of: layups, foul shots, 3 pointers, 2 on 2 passing around the key, using the backboard, dribbling.
- Horseshoes: (NORTH AMERICA)
This lawn game teaches students the importance of improving coordination and the virtue of patience.
- Bocce Ball: (EUROPE)
Bocce, also known as Italian Lawn Bowling is one of the most widely played games in the world. Players of all ages and skill levels can freely play!
- Dodgeball: (AFRICA)
Students throw a large cushioned ball at the opposing team until there is only one player left standing.
- Disk Golf Frisbee: (NORTH AMERICA)
Using rules similar to golf, players complete a hole by throwing a disc from a tee towards a target until they score. As a team, players aim to complete a course in the lowest number of total throws.
- Hand Ball: (EUROPE)
Handball is a team sport in which two teams of seven players each hand-pass a ball; the team with the most goals wins! Students are guided to identify their feelings and emotions all while using physical action to achieve it. By the end, they’ll be equipped with the steps to self-regulate: Feel, Choose, Fuse.