Game Night

Game Night

Need to prepare for a birthday party or parents’ night out? Check out this playlist to keep those kids entertained for hours on end!

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Game Night
  • Michael Kramp - Sensei Says

    This game is just like Simon says. Use martial arts related commands and when students get "out" make them hold a strong stance.
    Games | Self Control | Discipline | Kids

  • Melody Shuman - Speed Ball

    This game is played just like hot potato. Students will have only 2 seconds to get rid of the ball and must avoid dropping it or making a bad throw.
    Games | Kids | Coordination

  • Michael Kramp - Use The Force

    This game is great for building hand-eye coordination, using noodles to keep a balloon bouncing up in the air.
    Coordination | Kids | Focus | Games

  • Michael Kramp - Last Jedi Standing

    The students will use noodles as lightsabers, using strikes to the limbs to eliminate their classmates in a free-for-all format.
    Agility | Kids | Games

  • Michael Kramp - One Legged Jedi

    Every students hops around on one leg while the students with lightsabers try to catch the stormtroopers. The red lightsaber freezes while the blue unfreezes.
    Kids | Games | Balance | Cardio

  • Melody Shuman - Crab Crawl Relay with Partners

    This variation of the Crab Crawl Relay employs teamwork to make the drill a bit more challenging. This drill develops abdominal strength in young students.
    Partner Drill | Kids | Team Work | Strength | Fitness

  • Michael Kramp - Space Invaders Dodgeball

    This unique take on dodgeball is played so that no one ever gets out! The goal is for one team to invade all the space and take all the players.
    Games | Kids | Teens

  • Melody Shuman - Touch the Cone Relay

    One student calls out the names of several ones. Two other students have to relay race to touch each of the colors first. This is great for young students honing their memory skills.
    Kids | Memory | Focus

  • Michael Kramp - Samurai Freeze Tag

    This game is just like classic freeze tag. The only difference is when the Samurai tags a player, they have to hold a martial arts stance.
    Games | Kids | Warm Up

  • Melody Shuman - Circle of Memory

    The first student gets to perform any martial arts technique of their choice. Every student after gets to add any one technique to try to continue the combo as long as possible.
    Memory | Kids | Concentration | Focus

  • Michael Kramp - Cowboys And Aliens

    Advanced students will act as the cowboys that throw beachballs at the students. The students, the aliens, will simply try to avoid getting hit like dodgeball.
    Games | Kids

  • Michael Kramp - Kung Fu Kangaroo

    One student will wear large gloves, hopping around like a kangaroo while trying to punch their classmates and freeze them into a Kung Fu pose.
    Games | Kids | Movement