Virus PE Game Idea 17




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

Age group

8 years old and +


12-30 participants



Activity Type


Omnikin Virus Game
Omnikin Virus Game

A fun and inclusive physical education activity

Tired of the same old PE games? Introduce Virus to your class. This physical education game can be played both outdoors and indoors, is inclusive, and requires little preparation time. It’s a great way to engage students and promote teamwork.


One team is the virus and the others, the health elements, will have to hit the virus ball.


This team PE game encourages students to work together, enhancing eye-hand coordination and boosting cardiovascular capacity.

How the game is played

Separate the group into 4 to 6 teams of 3 to 6 players, each teams with a colored bibs. One team will have the virus ball and will try not to get touched by the other balls.

When participants have a ball in hands, they are not allowed to move. At the end of the round, approximately 2 to 3 minutes, we count the number of times the virus has been hit by the health team’s balls. For the next round,switch the teams roles and compare which teams was hit the least.


  • Play a game with two health teams against one virus team.

Specific safety rules

Forbid intentionally throwing ball in the face.

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