Corridor PE Game Idea 7




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

60" (1.52 m) to 72" (1.83 m)

Age group

4 years old and +


> 30 participants



Activity Type



The Ideal physical activity for large groups

Seeking a physical education game that’s both fun and inclusive? Look no further than Corridor! Dive into the simplicity and excitement of this game, perfect for enhancing cooperation. Read on for all the details on how play this easy to explain PE game.


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


Corridor aims to develop participants’ teamwork and improve hand-eye, eye-foot and hand-foot coordination. This physical education activity involves participants in cooperating to get the object from one end of the corridor to the other.

How the game is played

Have participants stand side by side in two lines facing each other approximately 2 meters apart. The 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.


Have participants sit front, back, side, or lie on their backs foot to foot or head to head and repeat the same steps as when they were standing. You can also do this with two objects (balls, tubes, ball and tube).

Specific safety rules

Use pre-existing lines on the floor and ask participants to stay on them to avoid crowding.

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