In Sync Jumping Jack's | Integrate Team Work & Movement
1. Spread out in a semicircle
2. Pick 1 person to lead the activity.
3. Pick however many jumping jacks you want to do, let’s say 10
4. Explain that a full jumping jack starts with arms and feet together, then spread apart, then back together (that is one).
5. The group must start and finish “in sync” (arms and feet together) on the 10th jumping jack or else they must start over.
6. Make it more difficult by not allowing the leader to speak or do different variations of jumping jacks or other exercises.
Here is a video to watch about the activity:
-Tara Storts, Creative Connection Kids