P.E. Games – Hourglass Relay

P.E. Games – Hourglass Relay

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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!

4 Comments

  1. Lina Don on January 18, 2020 at 9:39 am

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  2. Linda Cunningham on January 18, 2020 at 9:45 am

    I do this one and also have a couple variations. Instead of high fiving I give each line 2 batons (6" of a pool noodle) at the beginning. They cannot run without a baton in hand and they cannot start their run until the person in front of them reaches the halfway line. My second one is run in the same manner but instead of 4 corners I put down 10 cones (5 down each sideline evenly spaced) with numbers on each, odd on 1 side, even on the other. Begin with the same number of kids at each cone and on "go", the first one runs to the next number with those at #10 running diagonally back to #1 making sure to keep an eye out for the other 9 kids who are running crossways. Lots of action at once!

  3. Left4Plamz on January 18, 2020 at 9:50 am

    if the teacher is tying a stundent shoelace standing in the center then two student could run into it at the same time and four peoples biting the dust! Not at my school here!

  4. Vanessa Mejia on January 18, 2020 at 10:16 am

    Thank you for these videos! They always make physical education time fun 🙂

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