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1 Fifth Grade Physical Education Activities 89

2 Inclement Weather PASS AND COUNT RESOURCE Indoor Action Games for Elementary Children, pg. 129 DESCRIPTION In this game, students will be ordering whole numbers. In order to vary the activity, the teacher may also have students count by 2 s, 5 s, 10 s, and that will help students with odds, even, and skip counting. Students may also use this activity with determining missing elements in patterns or use number line representations for whole numbers. (5.14) Underlying processes and mathematical tools. The student applies Grade 5 mathematics to solve problems connected to everyday experiences and activities in and outside of school. (B) Use multiplication to solve problems involving whole numbers (no more than three digits times two digits without technology); (B) Use a problem-solving model that incorporates understanding the problem, making a plan, carrying out the plan, and evaluating the solution for reasonableness; 90

3 Inclement Weather BLACKBOARD RELAYS RESOURCE Indoor Action Games for Elementary Children, pg. 129 DESCRIPTION In this game, students will be ordering whole numbers. In order to vary the activity, the teacher may also have students count by 2 s, 5 s, 10 s, 50 s and that will help students with odds, even, and skip counting. Students may also use this activity with determining missing elements in patterns or use number line representations for whole numbers. (B) Use multiplication to solve problems involving whole numbers (no more than three digits times two digits without technology); 91

4 Inclement Weather SLAM DUNK SPELLING RESOURCE Indoor Action Games for Elementary Children, pg. 157 DESCRIPTION The game requires for the students to answer the problem correctly to score. A point can be earned by a slam-dunk. For variation: any type of math problem can be used. problems involving whole numbers; and (B) Use multiplication to solve problems involving whole numbers (no more than three digits times two digits without technology); 92

5 MATH BALL Inclement Weather RESOURCE Indoor Action Games for Elementary Children, pg. 133 DESCRIPTION In this game, students will be adding, subtracting and dividing numbers. problems involving whole numbers; and (C) Use division to solve problems involving whole numbers (no more than two-digit divisors and three-digit dividends without technology); (E) Model and record addition and subtraction of fractions with like denominators in problemsolving situations. 93

6 Inclement Weather COORDINATE CLUES RESOURCE Indoor Action Games for Elementary Children, pg. 158 DESCRIPTION In this game, students will be adding, subtracting and dividing numbers. (5.13) Probability and statistics. The student solves problems by collecting, organizing, displaying, and interpreting sets of data. (A) Use tables of related number pairs to make line graphs; (B) Describe characteristics of data presented in tables and graphs including the shape and spread of the data and the middle number; and (C) Graph a given set of data using an appropriate graphical representation such as a picture or line. 94

7 YARN SHAPES Inclement Weather RESOURCE Indoor Action Games for Elementary Children, pg. 137 DESCRIPTION In this game, students will be making geometric shapes and identify them. (5.7) Geometry and spatial reasoning. The student generates geometric definitions using critical attributes. (A) Identify critical attributes including parallel, perpendicular and congruent parts of geometric shapes and solids; and (B) Use critical attributes to define geometric shapes or solids. 95

8 Inclement Weather RUN AROUND ARITHMETIC RESOURCE Indoor Action Games for Elementary Children, pg. 141 DESCRIPTION Students will be using the operation of addition, subtraction, division in the game. (B Use multiplication to solve problems involving whole numbers (no more than three digits times two digits without technology); (C) Use division to solve problems involving whole numbers (no more than two-digit divisors and three-digit dividends without technology); 96

9 Inclement Weather BEANBAG MATH RESOURCE Indoor Action Games for Elementary Children, pg. 143 DESCRIPTION This game provides students with the opportunity to solve problems using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. (B) Use multiplication to solve problems involving whole numbers (no more than three digits times two digit without technology); 97

10 Inclement Weather THE SUM WHAT DICE GAME RESOURCE Indoor Action Games for Elementary Children, pg. 37 (A) Use addition and subtraction to solve DESCRIPTION Students learn and practice basic addition facts and mental arithmetic. 98

11 Inclement Weather DOUBLE DIGIT RESOURCE Family Math, pg. 111 DESCRIPTION In this game students learn estimation and place value. Can be modified to any grade level including primary grades. (5.1) Number, operation, and quantitative reasoning. The student uses place value to represent whole numbers and decimals. (5.4) Number, operation, and quantitative reasoning. The student estimates to determine reasonable results. (A) Use place value to read, write, compare, and order whole numbers through the billions place; and (A) Round whole numbers and decimals through tenths to approximate reasonable results in problem situations; and (B) Estimate to solve problems where exact answers are not required 99

12 Inclement Weather MY SHIP IS LOADED RESOURCE Elementary Teacher s Handbook of Indoor and Outdoor Games, pg. 4 DESCRIPTION In this game the student will use the operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division using whole numbers. (B) Use multiplication to solve problems involving whole numbers (no more than three digits times two digit without technology); (C) Use division to solve problems involving whole numbers (no more than two-digit divisors and three-digit dividends without technology); 100

13 BOWLING: Inclement Weather Equipment: Pins (3-6), milk cartons (3-6), coke cans, and foam balls or utility balls Objective: To work on accuracy and eye-hand coordination. Helpful hints: -Divide class into two teams. -Have one member from each team throw the foam balls towards the pins. -The first team member to knock the pins over will be awarded 1,2, 3,4,5 points. -The team with the most points at the end of class wins the game. -Award certificates or stickers. -FORMATION X X X X X X X X X X 101

14 KEEP IT UP: Inclement Weather Equipment: (2) Balloons, (2) beachball Objective: To develop eye-hand coordination Helpful hints: -Divide class into two groups or several small groups. -The objective of the game is to keep the balloon up as long as possible without letting it fall to the floor. -One way to make this game a little more interesting is to have the students hit the balloon in some type of order. -Each member of each individual group must tap the balloons to each other. BUT may not hit it two times in a row. -One can sit them on the floor or in their desk which are sometimes already in rows. -The one with the highest total wins the game at the end of class. -Have the student tap the balloon only with one hand. -The individual student with the highest total wins the game. 102

15 Inclement Weather SHUFFLE BOARD: Equipment: Bean bags, partially deflated balls, hockey pucks, tape, or shuffle board set. Objective: To develop eye-hand coordination Helpful hints: -Divide the class into teams of two. -The objective of the game is to toss or (roll) the bean bag to land on the shuffle board picture and try to receive the highest points possible. -Have the two teams take turns one at a time. -Provide each team with three different colored beanbags. -One can play three different ways: 1. One can have each individual student throw all three of his/her bean bags, add the points, and remove them. 2. One can also set up two separate shuffle board pictures on the floor (see formation.) 3. One can also have two students going at the same time and if Team A knocks off Team B s bean bag it is legal (might work better with a partially deflated ball, or puck). FORMATIONS: XXX

16 Inclement Weather TRASH CAN BASKETBALL: Equipment: Trash cans (2-3 small ones), utility balls (2-3) or foam balls. Objective: To develop eye-hand coordination. Helpful hints: -Divide class into 2-3 teams. -Each team has their own ball and trash can to shoot at. -The players must shoot or bounce the ball from 10 feet out. Make the foul line distance appropriate for each grade level) -Each team member takes one shot at the basket on the coach s cue. -The team with the most points at the end of the class wins the game. -POINTS: 1. If the ball hits the wall or edge of the can (rim) and then goes in, they score TWO points. 2. If the ball lands in the basket without touching anything (switch), they score FIVE points. 3. If a player steps on or crosses the foul line after a shot, the point do not count. 104

17 BIRDIE TOSS: Inclement Weather Equipment: Deck rings (2), hula hoops (2), birdies (6) Objective: To develop eye-hand coordination. Helpful hints: -Divide class into teams of two. -Have the appropriate throwing distance according to the age group. -Provide each team with three birdies. -Place one deck ring in the center of each hula hoop. -The students must toss the birdies into the hula hoop for ONE POINT and into the deck ring for FIVE POINTS. -The team with the most points at the end of the class wins the game. 105

18 MULTIPLY BATTLESHIP: Inclement Weather Equipment: Paper, multiplication grids (class set), little pictures of ships, airplanes, and tanks or little strips of paper with the word ships, airplanes, and tank written on them. Objective: To help teach the concept of multiplication, addition, or subtraction. Helpful hints: -Pair up your classmates into groups of two. -Give each classmate a multiplication grid and three (3) little strips of papers that read SHIP, AIRPLANE, AND TANKS. -Each individual student will place his/her three little pieces of paper either vertically or horizontally on their multiplication grid covering several numbers between the lines of the grid. -Player A will then call out a multiplication problem. EX: 6 X 5 -Player B then has to figure out the answer (3) and if any of his little pieces of paper are touching the answer (30) the it is considered blown up and is removed from the multiplication grid game. Helpful hints: - Player A may confirm the correct answer to the multiplication problem. - If any player is not telling the truth then the opposite player loses the game or turn. - The player who has his AIRPLANE, TANK, AND SHIP blown up, loses the game or turn. - This game may also work with addition, subtraction, and division with the appropriate grids. - One can also add more objects (helicopter, jeep, parachute, etc.) 106 (B) Use multiplication to solve problems involving whole numbers (no more than three digits times two digits without technology); (C) Use division to solve problems involving whole numbers ( no more than two-digit divisors and three-digit dividends without technology;

19 SNAKE EYES: Inclement Weather Equipment: A pair of dice. Objective: To help teach addition, subtraction, and multiplication. Helpful hints: - Divide class into two teams. - Each member from each team will take a turn at rolling the dice. - The best formation is to line up the students in two single file lines facing each other about 20 feet apart. - One can play the first team who reaches 100 points wins. - Each team member will go up in front of the class and roll the dice. - The objective of the game is to roll the dice and avoid rolling the double ones. -Each team will add up the two numbers that are thrown by each individual teammate. EX: 4 & 3 = 7, etc. -If a teammate rolls a double 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, then he/she gets to throw again. -If at any time thrower rolls a double one SNAKE EYES, then that team goes back to zero (0) and gives up their teams possession. -One can add a rule that each team must reach 100 exactly or they go back to 30, 40, or 50. -The team that reaches 100 or is the closet at the end of the class period wins the game. (B) Use multiplication to solve problems involving whole numbers (no more than three digits times two digits without technology); 107

20 Inclement Weather CIRCLE SKIP COUNT (skip counting) 1-6 Equipment: One ball per group Directions: Put students in circles of 8-10 players each. Counting by 2 s, have them toss the ball around the circle until they get to a designated number. You may not pass the ball back to the person that passed it to you. Variations: Count by 5 s, 10 s, or 3 s and 4 s with older groups. You may also designate the type of toss or pass to be practiced. 108

21 Inclement Weather BEAN BAG BONANZA (throwing, aiming, counting, fun) (1-8) Equipment: 20 poly spots numbered 1-20, scattered around a trash can (if you have more than 2 classes, use more poly spots), 1 trash can set in the middle of the gym, one beanbag for each team (different colors, numbers or shapes are needed so the teams can tell them apart). Directions: Put each class into 5 relay lines. Give each team a beanbag. On go, the first person in each team runs out to any poly spot they choose. They use the correct throwing technique to toss the beanbag into the trash can. If they make it, they pick up their spot, retrieve their beanbag, bring the beanbag to the next person, set the poly spot in front of their cone and go to the end of their line. If they do not make it, leave the poly spot there, retrieve the beanbag and bring it to the next person in line. Continue until all beanbags have been picked up. After playing the game once, ask for strategies they did use or should use to help their team be more successful. Some suggestions may be to toss underhand using a curved pathway (rainbow toss), move more quickly to not waste time, remember to pick your spot up first before you get your beanbag. Ask students to show with their fingers how many spots their team got, add up the total points on their spots (they must agree as a team on the total), add up just the odd or even numbers, have the younger students hold up the highest/lowest number. You may even want to graph the scores. Ask the students which spots they would go to if the winners were to have the greatest number of points and which they would go to if the winners needed the greatest number of spots. (I usually put the highest numbered spots furthest from the trash can). 109

22 Inclement Weather 33 (addition and multiplication) 1-6 Equipment: Large dice Directions: Put 8-12 students in a circle. The first student rolls the dice. When the second student rolls the dice. The group yells out the sum of the two rolls. The students in the circle continue to roll the dice and yell out the sum until they reach the total of 33 or greater. The catch: if a student rolls a six, the group must start over again at the beginning. Variations: 1 when a student rolls a 6, before the group may roll again have the student or group do one of the following: students runs around the outside of the circle, the whole group do 10 jumping jacks, have the whole group stand and sing Row Row Row Your Boat, have the student count backwards from 20 (or 10, depending on the age group). 2-for 1 st and 2 nd graders make a dice with 2 sets of 1 s, 2 s, and 3 s (no 4 s, 5 s or 6 s). Mark one of the 3 s (no 4 s, 5 s or 6 s). Mark one of the 3 swith a dot so the students will know when they have to start over. 3- use the dice with just the 1 s-3 s on them and have the 3 rd -5 th 110

23 Inclement Weather CARD WIZ (addition, subtraction, place value, odd & even numbers, least and greatest) 1-6 Equipment: many decks of cards without the face cards Directions: see different variations below Have students in scatter formation. Put cards in the middle of the floor. Have students do a specific motor skill to get a card and go back to their spot. The teacher will call out a number and they must find someone that has the other card to make that answer. They stand together showing their answer. Put students in small groups. Once everyone has a card, students must put them in order without talking. In relay formation, students go down and pick up a number, bring it back to his team and place it in order to make the greatest or least number possible. Have them read the number to the class. Put students in small groups, each student having a card. Using the cards in their group, have students come up with problems and answers for those numbers. 111

24 Inclement Weather SHOUT THE SUM (number concepts) 2-6 Equipment: None Directions: Have students get partners. Facing each other, one say one, two, three shoot. On shoot, each partner throws out any number of fingers and the first to shout out the correct sum, wins. Variations: Shout the difference, shout the product. 112

25 Inclement Weather CLOTHES PIN TAG (right and left recognition) 1-6 Equipment: Two clothes pins per student, one colored green and labeled right. Directions: Standing in scattered formation, have students put the red clothes pin on their right sleeve and the green clothes pin on their left sleeve. On go, students attempt to take another s clothes pin and put in on themselves without having their clothes pin taken. Kneel down to do this and no one may take a pin while someone is kneeling. After a designated time, stop the game. Have students count how many clothespins they have on their sleeve. Pins on the wrong sleeves don t count. Suggestions: To help students identify right and left for the game, have students do a warm up to commands: kneel on your right knee, raise your left hand, touch your right ear, touch your right elbow to your left knee, etc. 113

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