HOW TO SET UP
Scatter the cones within the playing area, placing half upside down.
Each player garbs a football.
Players are then divided into two equal teams and begin outside the playing area.
One team are the " protectors " and the other are the " destroyers ".
The Protectors try to flip all the cone the right way up, the destroyers aim to flip all the cones upside down.
Player can only use their hand to flip cones.
After a while call, "Stop" and count how many cones have been flipped for each team.
Try having players hop, skip or move about the playing area according to your instructions.
Having the player bounce the ball at each cone before flipping it over.
Encourage kids to be aware of their surroundings and not run into each other.
Make sure they keep moving until you say stop.
Have a bit of fun with the scores and make it as even as possible! Best of three or five etc.
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