10 games activity plaining

I need to write about 10 games each one under one category as you can see in the attached file. There is a specific format and example attached too.I need it to be like the example and same format. Each student will choose one activity for each of the following categories – arts and crafts, music, drama, active games, card games, ice breakers, relays, dance, nature/outdoors, and quiet games. Your activities can be for any age participant – choose activities for young children, school age children, teenagers and adults. You will need a total of 10 activities one for each category. Using the format below, prepare an activity plan for each activity. Be detailed, your peers should be able to read your instructions and know how to carry out the activity. It is suggested that you have a friend read the activity instructions. If they have questions and do not feel comfortable carrying out the activity, you may need more details on the plan. There will be 10 blogs – one for each type of activity. Do not duplicate an activity that is already on the blog. Be sure to follow the suggestions and guidelines mentioned in class, and follow the format of the example activity plan provided. Format for activity plan: Title of activity Participant information (number of participants needed, age, etc) Time (total length of time needed for the activity) Environment/facilities (physical environment-gym, woods, pool, lake, field, etc.) Equipment and Supplies needed Procedure (Step by step instructions with a clear beginning and end. For example, what is the starting formation for the participants, rules/instructions for completing the activity, how does the activity end – how long is the game played/how is a winner declared/ what is the expected product to be produced, include estimated time spans for each part of the activity) Safety Considerations (special equipment such as safety scissors or nontoxic supplies for young children, procedures or rules to provide save environment, etc.)
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Activity Planning
Each student will choose one activity for each of the following categories – arts and
crafts, music, drama, active games, card games, ice breakers, relays, dance, nature/outdoors, and
quiet games. Your activities can be for any age participant – choose activities for young
children, school age children, teenagers and adults. You will need a total of 10 activities one for
each category. Using the format below, prepare an activity plan for each activity. Be detailed,
your peers should be able to read your instructions and know how to carry out the activity. It is
suggested that you have a friend read the activity instructions. If they have questions and do not
feel comfortable carrying out the activity, you may need more details on the plan.
There will be 10 blogs – one for each type of activity. Do not duplicate an activity that is already
on the blog. Be sure to follow the suggestions and guidelines mentioned in class, and follow the
format of the example activity plan provided.
Format for activity plan:
Title of activity
Participant information (number of participants needed, age, etc)
Time (total length of time needed for the activity)
Environment/facilities (physical environment-gym, woods, pool, lake, field, etc.)
Equipment and Supplies needed
Procedure (Step by step instructions with a clear beginning and end. For example, what
is the starting formation for the participants, rules/instructions for completing the activity,
how does the activity end – how long is the game played/how is a winner declared/ what
is the expected product to be produced, include estimated time spans for each part of the
activity)
Safety Considerations (special equipment such as safety scissors or nontoxic supplies
for young children, procedures or rules to provide save environment, etc.)
Example:
Title: Snap
Participant Information: 2+
Age: 6+
Time: Until there is A winner
Environment/Facilities: Inside
Equipment and Supplies Needed: Special snap cards are easy to find, although an old, standard
deck can also be fun to use. Use two decks for more than three players.
Procedure:
1. Deal out all the cards, face-down. Players don’t look at their cards, but hold them in a
stack in front of them, face down.
2. To begin, the player to the left of the dealer takes his top card, turns it over and places it
face up next to his own pile. The next player does the same, starting a pile of his own.
3. Continue until a player notices that two cards on top of any of the face-up piles are the
same. Shout “Snap!” The first to do so receives all the cards in both of the matched piles
and adds them to the bottom of his own face-down pile.
4. The game then continues, with the person to the left of the winner continuing play.
5. If, at any point, a player runs out of face-down cards, he simply overturns his face-up pile
and starts again.
6. If two players shout “Snap!” at exactly the same time, they form a snap pool, with the
two matched piles of cards placed together, face-up, in the center. Play then continues as
normal, until someone turns up a card which matches the top card in the snap pool.
Whoever then shouts “Snap pool!” fastest takes the whole pool.
7. If a player incorrectly calls “Snap!” at any point, he should pay every player one card
from his face-down pile.
8. If a player runs out of both face-up and face-down cards, he is out. The winner is the
player who ends up with all the cards.
Safety Conditions: N/A
Types of games
1. Relay races – Relay races are games where equal teams race to achieve a task.
Relay race games provide team competition for many different occasions – day
camps, school recesses, and outdoor parties as well as many other group gettogethers. Relays may involve a single task with each team member taking
turns doing the task, then the next member does the task. It could be groups of
two or more on the team completing a task, then the next group until the whole
team completes the task.
2. Quiet games – Quiet games are designed to slow or “quiet” the group. To be a
quiet game, it doesn’t necessarily mean that there is no noise or movement.
Quiet games are great when there is little room to move about or in classroom
situations where nosy active games could disturb other classes nearby. Some
versions of quiet games involve having the group be quiet – the first person to
laugh or talk is “out” or loses the game; however, quiet games can also be
guessing games like “Dog, dog, who has your Bone?” or “Head’s Up, Seven Up”.
Quiet games can also be good for transitions in activity. If participants have
been involved in a very active, noisy game, a calmer “quiet” game can slow the
pace and prepare participants for a lesson or other task where they need to be
more focused.
3. Dance,
4. Music,
5. Drama,
activities – Activities for these categories have the theme of Dance, Music, or
Drama. They do not have to involve learning a dance, singing, playing an
instrument, or acting out a skit. They could involve games such as trivia
games, puzzles, etc. where the theme is dance, music, or drama. When
searching for activity ideas for these blogs, it can be helpful to search using
the words “games and activities.” For example, a search for dance games
might yield:
A search using Dance Activities might result in:
6. Nature – Similar to Music, Dance, and Drama, Nature activities do not have to
be a game. Searches for ideas should be done with the phrase “nature games
and activities” to yield more or different results than can be obtained from a
search using the phrase “nature games”. Nature activities involve some
element of nature. They might be a scavenger hunt where you are looking for
items outdoors. It could be taking pictures of certain elements or scenes in
nature. It could be trivia or a puzzle with facts from nature. It could also be
using items from nature to make something or as conversation starters. Nature
games and activities do NOT have to be done outdoors, but they do need to be
on the subject of nature. For example, a nature game might be matching
pictures of animals or flowers with the correct name of the item.
7. Active Games – Active games involve motion and physical activity. They are
often likely to be noisier than some other activities. Active games generally
require more space than other types of games and activities. Active games
might be played outdoors, in a gym, on a basketball court, or in a large room
with little or no furniture. Active games are great for giving participants the
opportunity to move about, be active, or burn off excess energy.
8. Ice Breakers – Icebreakers are activities or games that involve interaction
among participants. They may be activities where participants learn each
other’s names or get to know other participants. Another purpose of ice
breakers is to get participants talking to one another to help encourage verbal
interaction and sharing. Generally ice breakers are done at the beginning of
meetings or other gatherings as a “warm-up” activity.
9. Arts and Crafts – Arts and Craft activities involve taking various materials and
using them to make something different. Items could be useful or decorative.
Crafts might be made from paper, yarn, objects in nature, beads, fabric, felt,
etc. They could be holiday themed or seasonal. Crafts can be targeted for
various age groups. Make sure in your instructions to specify what age the craft
is intended for. Consider putting possible variations in how the craft could be
done or what supplies could be used. Also include safety precautions,
especially when the craft is for younger children.
10. Cards – There are many types of card games. For the purposes of this class,
do not use boxed games such as Uno where you have a specialized deck of
cards unless you have specifically gotten permission from the instructor. Look
for unique card games that you think will be something new for the members of
the class. There are numerous games (solitaire, games for two people, and
games for groups) using a standard “poker” deck and their own rules. You can
also be creative and look for “Free, Printable card games” online. One search
resulted in the following:

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