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Sports Oriented Games

Kids playing soccer. Sports oriented games

These games are competitive or skill based for the sporty minded campers, youth, or staff. You can certainly keep score (or not), make them into a tournament, or modify them to be as competitive (or non-competitive) as you like.

4-Square Volleyball

Played like volleyball but on 4 connected courts. Object is similar to 4-Square in that the team with the least amount of points wins. This activity combines the ever popular 4-square with a game that others enjoy, volleyball. I set this up using four 9′ – 1/2″ EMT (steel electrical conduit) plus a 9′ – 3/4″ EMT center post. The …

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ABC Basketball

This game should be played by a basketball hoop. Children sit in a large circle and pass the basketball around the circle (like hot potato) while singing the alphabet. Whoever has the ball when the group gets to the letter Z must go to the basket and try to make a shot. If player makes the shot, he/she takes their …

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Air Pong

A table ; ping pong ball Form two teams each at opposite ends of a table with hands held behind their backs. A ping pong ball is placed in the middle and the teams will try to blow the ball off of the other teams side of the table. If the ball falls off the side of the table it …

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All On One Side

Your whole team starts on one side of a volleyball net with no one on the other side. The object is to get your team to the other side of the net and back as many times as possible. Using a balloon for a ball, each player volleys the balloon to another player and then scoots under the net to …

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Backlash

Divide the group into two teams, then divide each team into pairs. This is a relay race, and the race course can extend across a large field or around a building. Mark a start and finish line. Teams of pairs space themselves equally from one end of the racecourse to the other. Pairs stand back to back with elbows linked. …

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Backward Scotsman

2 small children ‘s brooms, 2 ping-pong balls, 1 ball heavy cord or twine Divide the group into two teams, and have them stand in parallel lines, one team member behind the other, at one end of the room. Using the cord, have each team tie the broom handle to the waist of the first player on their team. The …

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Balloon Baseball (Revised/Updated)

Balloon, Wiffle ball bat team sport Same as baseball but use a balloon and wiffle ball or soft bat

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Balloon Relay Race

Split campers into groups of about 10 per group. Line the campers up in their groups on one side of a gym, space, field, etc. behind a starting line. Have one hula hoop or cone for each team placed on the ground about 40 feet away from each team. Blow up about 5 balloons for each team in case a …

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Basketball Bonanza

Materials: basketballs, stars, cones Materials: basketballs, stars, cones Divide the group into two teams (one will shoot at each goal). Place markers on the gym floor for shooting: -10 points for lay-ups -20 points for mid-range -30 points for long-range Tell the children the point values for the shots. Line the groups up in the middle of the court. Tell …

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Bean Bag Bucket Basketball

1 Bean Bags and 2 buckets/or trash cans, tape. Score as many points as possible. Set-up Create two teams with five to six 5 to 6 players each, depending on space.Set buckets/trash cans several feet apart (distance depends on # of players, age groups, etc)Tape a box around the can of at least two feet in each direction, perhaps more …

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Beanbag Basketball

In this game you put a bucket on each side of the basketball court. In this game you will need two teams of at least 4-5 players(it works best that way). Gameplay: Choose one team to “throw off the beanbag”. They throw the beanbag to the other team to start the game. Once this is done the offensive team (with …

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Bombardment Pins

At either end of the playing space, set up in a row as many tenpins, or popbottles as there are players. Make a dividing line across the center of the playing space. Divide players into two teams. Each team takes one side of the field and must not step over into the other side. One team starts the game by …

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Boxball

Tennis ball or ping pong ball ; sidewalk or designated playing field that a ball can easily bounce on Boxball transforms two sidewalk squares into an outdoor version of ping-pong or, perhaps more accurately, a postage-stamp-sized game of tennis. Each player serves, volleys, and defends his square. The lines (or “cracks”) around the concrete define the court; the seam between …

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Burpee/Whiffle Ball

Teams can be of 1 or more players. Each team has a pitcher and possibly one or more fielders. The playing field is composed of a wall and the area in front of it. A strike zone based on a baseball/softball strike zone is drawn on a wall. The pitcher pitches a tennis ball from a set distance depending on …

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Circle Ball

1 soccer ball, 1 ping-pong ball per team, 1 skipping rope per team Divide the group into 2 teams. Use the skipping ropes to make two circular goals at either end of the playing area. Each team is given a ping-pong ball. Team members must be connected by holding hands. The soccer ball is placed in the centre of the …

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Cluck the Chicken

one hard ball (baseball, field hockey ball, tennis ball, lacrosse ball, etc) To run as many circles as possible. Divide into two groups One group has the task of throwing a ball as hard as they can in any direction. As soon as they throw it, that group will huddle as close as possible while one person from the group …

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Crab Walk Soccer

Two teams sit on lines a short distance apart. Players on both teams are assigned a number, starting at number one on each team.Place the soccer ball sits in the center. Official calls a number.The player from each team who is assigned that number crab walks to the center and attempts to get the ball over the opponents’ goal line.When …

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Cracker Ping Pong

Table, masking tape, ping pong, saltine crackers Get 2 volunteers to kneel at opposite sides of a table with hands behind their back. With masking tape, mark a horizontal line down the center of table, representing the division of the two sides of the table. Tell them the object of the game is when the leaders places the ping pong …

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Crossover Dodgeball

Instead of having to sit out when hit you cross sides when you get hit. The side that ends with everyone on that side wins.

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Dizzy Sports

Measuring tape As many sports items as you can And some kind of markers Make your object go as far as you can The game is usually played in a baseball field but a large space will work too, Split the kids into teams of how many sports you found. It works best with finding the most amount of sporting …

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Down, Down, Down

This game comes to us from Australia. You start off with a tennis ball and throw the ball continuously back and forth until somebody drops the ball. When someone drops the ball you say “Down on one knee” and the person must drop down and continue play on one knee. If the same person drops it a second time then …

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Electricity

Divide the group into two teams. Have each team’s members line up side-by-side and the entire team lines up directly across from the other team, facing the opposite direction. Place a ball or other object in between the two teams. Everyone on each team holds hands with the person next to them and closes their eyes. The first person in …

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Fivebox

5 boxes Create a row of five decent boxes and two players, one at each end. For your first turn you’d have to throw it into the box closest to your opponent (your fifth box, his first), without him catching it on the fly. In other words, the ball had to take a bounce (and only one bounce) before he …

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Foxhole

You find an area that has heaps and heaps of sand (e.g. beach, large sandpit etc.). Then you dig up holes about enough to hide a person. Not to get caught in the light or be seen. If you are out you go to the bench. You try to make it to the other end. It doesn’t matter if you …

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Frisbee Bowling

Frisbee, water bottles Use a few soda bottles, or plastic water bottles. You may want to put a little water in the bottom to weigh down the bottles. Line them up as bowling pins, use the Frisbee to knock them down and score like regular bowling rules.

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