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This video lesson is one of many quick and easy physical education games that teachers can use in their own PE class. Physedgames provides physical educators with video lessons on various gym games, sports, basketball, volleyball, fitness, soccer, hockey, football, badminton, LOGs, dodgeball, warm-ups, tag, creative, teamwork, and more. It’s all about exercise, physical education, fitness, and fun. Physical education games for PE teachers – thanks for watching, hope you enjoy! PhysedGames website:
Top 99 Games book (Amazon 5 star):
TeachersPayTeachers (TPT 5 star):

This video lesson is one of many quick and easy physical education games that teachers can use in their own PE class. Physedgames provides physical educators with video lessons on various gym games, sports, basketball, volleyball, fitness, soccer, hockey, football, badminton, LOGs, dodgeball, warm-ups, tag, creative, teamwork, and more. It’s all about exercise, physical education, fitness, and fun. Physical education games for PE teachers – thanks for watching, hope you enjoy!

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  1. We played "War Ball" in gym way back in the late 1970's. It was similar to this but we only had two opposing teams, used inflated rubber dodge/gym balls and had real bowling pins for the goals instead of cones with tennis balls on top.

    We also played a variation called Medical War Ball in which one team member on each side was the team "medic" who wore a headband, sash or some other identifying marker. In Medical WB, when players were hit by a ball, instead of being killed and removed from the game immediately they had to drop to the ground on the spot. If the medic could get to them before they were hit a second time, he could revive the player by touching them. If the downed player was hit a second time then they were dead and out of the game. If the medic got hit, he dropped and another player could become medic by taking his headband. Medics could not throw balls at the enemy unless he was the last man standing.

  2. I modified this game to be a dodgeball game. When a player got hit with a ball they stepped out of bounds and had to choice to do 5 push-ups or 5 sit-ups and then they were back in the game. I ended up filling each quadrant with about 16 hoops with pringle cans in each of them as targets and I used about 30 foam balls. This worked much better for me than the original game. There was much more activity and participation, the students also seemed to enjoy it more.

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