Chicken and Noodle Games

Chicken and Noodle Games


By (author) John Byl, By (author) Herwig Baldauf, By (author) Pat Doyle, By (author) Andy Raithby

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  • Publisher: Human Kinetics Publishers
  • Format: Paperback | 232 pages
  • Dimensions: 152mm x 224mm x 18mm | 422g
  • Publication date: 21 March 2007
  • Publication City/Country: Champaign
  • ISBN 10: 0736063927
  • ISBN 13: 9780736063920
  • Illustrations note: 17 illustrations, 77 photos
  • Sales rank: 284,248

Product description

This title is aimed at PE teachers and recreation leaders working with children of all ages and abilities. It includes a wide assortment of games using tennis balls, foam noodles and even rubber chickens! All games involve either inexpensive equipment or no equipment at all. These games will engage children in physical activity and encourage active participation. Games are fully adaptable for different settings, age groups and abilities.

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Author information

John Byl is a professor of physical education at Redeemer University College in Ontario, Canada. He has directed high school and college programmes for more than 30 years and has coached a variety of sports at community, school and college levels. He has authored and co-authored several books published by Human Kinetics, including 101 Fun Warm-Up and Cool-Down Games, Intramural Recreation and Co-Ed Recreational Games. Herwig Baldauf is a vice president of the Canadian Intramural Recreation Association (CIRA). Pat Doyle is a retired primary school teacher and former president of the Canadian Intramural Recreation Association (CIRA). He has authored or co-authored ten resources with CIRA, as well as Game On, published by Human Kinetics. Andy Raithby is a physical education teacher at Lisgar Public School, Ontario and a vice president of the Canadian Intramural Recreation Association (CIRA).

Table of contents

Chapter 1: Rubber Chicken Games; Chapter 2: Noodle Games; Chapter 3: Tennis Ball Games; Chapter 4: Dollar Store Games; Chapter 5: Tag Games; Chapter 6: Hardware Store Games; Chapter 7: Rock, Paper, Scissors Games.