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Ha Ha Dribble

Titre 1


Titre 1

To have a partner do as much activity as possible

-Aptitudes motrices fondamentales:

  • Manipulative Retain

    • Bounce​

-Liste d'équipement:

  • One stability ball per pair of players


-Lien d'équipement:

-Mise en place:

  • All players line up with their partners along one side of the room.

  • Each pair has a ball.


  • Each pair of players plays a game of Rock, Paper, Scissors to determine who does the activities.

  • In Rock, Paper, Scissors, each player holds one hand under his armpit. Together they hop three times. When they land for the third time, each player pulls out his hand and either makes a fist (rock), shows a flat hand (paper), or holds two fingers out (scissors).

  • The winner is determined as follows: Rock wins over scissors (it crushes scissors), scissors wins over paper (it cuts paper), and paper wins over rock (it covers a rock).

  • The losing player then dribbles a ball to the other side of the room and back while the winner jumps up and down and says: “Ha, Ha. Ha, Ha.”

-Questions et notes:

  • If dribbling the ball is too difficult, have players roll the ball.

  • If dribbling the ball is too easy, have players dribble two balls.

Adapted from J. Byl, H. Baldauf, P. Doyle, and A. Raithby, 2007, Chicken and Noodle Games: 141 Fun Activities With Innovative Equipment. (Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics), 225.

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