Rock Paper Scissors Fitness games are great but what about the kids at home without somebody to play with? I wanted kids to have a game they could play at home by themselves or get their families to play with them. So I made this interactive Rock Paper Scissors game.
Sample from the Super Hero Fitness version of Rock • Paper • Scissors
It's become such a useful tool for me that whenever we go back to teaching in person, it's an activity I can have students do on their iPads. I'll be posting the QR code to the activity at random places around the school so students can use it for brain breaks throughout their day. I'll also be able to give it out as an assignment for students who are out of PE for a variety of reasons.
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Tips for Leading the Game
If you're sharing your screen in a large group game, it could be tough to give everybody a turn. A way to keep them all engaged is to have them all show you Rock, Paper, or Scissors with their hands then choose the first one that had 3 people choose it. You could also just go with the majority, but it can be cumbersome to count them all up.
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