1-10 minutes, depending on how good you are at the controls. 😉
These are…well, they are fun. Just plain fun. Use them as warmups, icebreakers, for brain breaks, or a reward.
Students can play individually, of course, and they will enjoy that. Morning Makeup Madness can be played tournament style, taking turns to see who can get the best score.
You can use Wobble Yoga in a fun group play, turning it into a silly version of Twister:
- Select one student to work controls, or you can do it…but, uh, please remember, “With great power comes great responsibility.”
- Group Play Option One: Have students either try to stand in the correct poses (the shadows) and hold it as long as they can, while the player attempts to match.
- Group Play Option Two: have them mirror the incorrect poses made by the player character, as they attempt to match each pose.
- Set Movement Boundaries: for instance, say they can’t leave the side of their desks, or they have to stay in four tiles on the floor. No invading their neighbor’s space, in other words. That way things don’t get too chaotic. 😉