Eraser Racer is a tag game where students race-walk to their desks with erasers on their heads.
Doggy, Doggy, Where’s Your Bone is a game of deduction that involves the entire class.
Alibi was invented as a way to understand the vocabulary word alibi as well as to teach listening skills. A crime is committed, everyone has an alibi, and the detective must decide who is lying.
Four Corners is an old standard where students move around the room to different corners, and another person tries to guess where they are standing. The last person standing wins.
We also like to play Sparkle for math and spelling. Buzz is another name for the same game.
Do you have any favorite games to play for rainy day recess?