Shark Attack

How to Play:

  • Explain the various signals and matching actions before playing.
  1. SHIP – run to the wall the teacher is pointing to
  2. SHORE – run to the opposite wall
  3. CLAMS – find a partner. One person sits with his knees raised. The other partner sits on their knees
  4. CRABS – find a partner and stand back-to-back. Bend over and hold your partner’s hands through your legs. Move sideways in any direction
  5. SARDINES – all students run to the middle of the gym, carefully sit down and squeeze as close together as possible
  6. DOLPHINS – form circles of 4 or 5. Move in a circular motion, making a diving action.
  7. SHARK – lay down as quickly as possible with 1, 2, 3 or 4 other students. Lock arms to protect each other
  •  The teacher will play the shark who is calling out all the signals.
  • The teacher is looking to “gobble up” any food.
  • If the shark tags a student, than that student has to do 5 jumping jacks and then returns to the game
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