• Hurdles

    This easy, adaptable version of hurdles can be made using whatever you have lying around the house, and will have you jumping for joy!

  • How to play frisbee

    Frisbee is quick, easy and great for groups, and perfect for a fun afternoon in the garden.

  • Inclusive tai chi

    This inclusive tai chi lesson explores balance and breathing, and uses flowing movements to help you feel more calm and relaxed.

  • Parachute run

    A great extra-sensory game for groups where players take turns going to other side of the before the parachute comes back down.

  • Parachute ball roll

    Get active with this fun, extra-sensory parachute team game.

  • How to play parachute wave

    Parachute wave is an exciting, extra-sensory group game inspired by a Mexican wave.

  • How to play sitting volleyball

    Two teams take turns to pass the ball back and forth over the net in this seated version of volleyball.

  • Sensory bowling

    Have fun taking turns to knock down all the skittles to collect points with this fun bowling game.

  • How to play bubble pop

    It's lots of fun seeing how many bubbles you can pop with this simple game – all you need is a pot of bubbles

  • Sensory cricket

    This cricket-inspired game is a fun way to get active as a group, playing with a ball and two wickets. This game uses up a lot of space, so make sure there’s enough room between the fielders and the batter to move freely.