Frisbee Knockdown

Game Description: 
Great game for coordination and balance.
The goal of this game is to practice coordination and balance.
Game Rules: 
Have each child place two frisbees on their hands with one frisbee on top of the other like balancing a plate. The children try to keep both Frisbees balanced on their hands longer than anyone else. The children can move around trying to knock down the frisbees of the other people but once one or more of their frisbee pieces hits the ground they are out. The last person standing with both frisbeed still balanced on their hand wins. Remind the children that they cannot grab on to the Frisbee, they can only balance it on a flat hand.
Saftey Considerations: 
Remind the children to be gentle while trying to knock down each other’s frisbees. .
Adaptations (optional): 
Change the game by instructing the players that they are not 'out' if their Frisbees get knocked down. Instead they can still knock down the other players' Frisbees. This speeds the game up, makes it more difficult and avoids elimination.
Average: 4 (4 votes)
7 to 9 years
10 to 12 years
13 to 15 years
16 to 17 years
Type of Activity: 
Multi-skill game
Warm up/Cool down
Space Needed: 
Large Space (Gym, Multipurpose Room, Playroom)
Medium Space (Classroom, Empty Room)
Small Space (Hall, Furnished Room)
Field / Park
Equipment Needed: 
Low Key (Balls, Balloons, Skipping ropes, Hoops)
How Many Leaders are Needed: 
Only 1
How Big of a Group is Needed: 
Small group (3-5 kids)
Medium group (6 - 15 kids)
Large group (16+ kids)
Types of Skills Practiced: