Frisbee is quick, easy and great for groups, and perfect for a fun afternoon in the garden. If you don't have a frisbee, make your own out of cardboard.
This guide is part of our Sense Arts, Sport & Wellbeing programme. This activity can be done at a time that suits you, either in your own space or in an educational setting.
Who is this for?
This is a sports activity for people or groups of people who are deafblind or have complex disabilities, and can be enjoyed by anyone.
Why does this make a difference?
This activity supports social inclusion and getting active, helping build confidence and independence through learning new skills and making friends.
How to play
What you’ll need
- Frisbee (or make your own by cutting a circle out of thick card)
- Bucket, basket or a large cardboard box
How to set up
- Place the bucket or box a few meters away from your starting position
Rules of the game
- Take it in turns to throw the frisbee into the bucket
- If it does not land in the bucket, pick up where it landed and try again, throwing from there
- The aim of the game is to get it in the bucket with the fewest throws
Other ways to play
- Put the bucket or box on its side and try to roll the frisbee so it lands inside
- Make the game more challenging by introducing obstacles that block the bucket, which you’ll have to go around using a number of throws
- Use a ball instead of a frisbee