Adapted Corridor Nursing Home Game




14" (0.36 m) to 24" (0.61 m)

33" (0.84 m) to 48" (1.22 m)

Age group


> 30 participants



Activity Type


The corridor
The corridor

The perfect physical game for large groups

Looking for new fun physical education games for seniors? Try Adapted Corridor. A cooperative game where everyone works together with the same goal.


Participants must cooperate to carry the object from one end of the corridor to the other using the indicated technique and following the given instructions.


Adapted Corridor is a cooperative physical education game designed for nursing homes. The benefits of this engaging activity include improving eye-hand coordination, eye-foot coordination, and hand-foot coordination. Perfect for fostering collaboration and physical fitness among residents.

How the PE game is played

To play this PE game, have participants stand side by side in two lines facing each other approximately 2 meters apart. The physical education activity leader then hands the ball to the end of the line and participants must carry the object, making sure everyone touches it. This is not a race but rather a cooperative exercise.

First, have participants use their hands and carry the ball over their heads. Next, have them use their hands at shoulder height and then their feet. Then have participants use one hand, one foot, their elbows, etc.

If participants drop the object or if any participants do not touch the object, the step should be repeated.

This PE game can be done standing or sitting on chairs.


This physical education game is an adapted version of the Corridor.



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