Wes Briscoe is on a roe… that was cheap. Wes submitted the game BUM SHUFFLE this morning and now we have ANTI-GRAVITY HOOP. Here’s how it works…

Divide the group into at least two teams of 6 students. You can do as many groups as needed, just make sure you have one hula hoop for every group. 5-7 in a group works best.

Have the students stand in a circle with two fingers touching the hula hoop (It helps to have a judge per group to drop the hula hoop onto the fingers and make sure they always are in contact with the hula hoop)

Once everyone in the group is touching the hula hoop with two fingers they must never stop touching it. The object of the game is to place the hula hoop on the ground first. It seems easy but to get everybody to go down is very hard. One side will always go up instead of down. It is a great team work game and very funny to watch them go up instead of down.

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2 Responses to “ANTI GRAVITY HOOP”

  1. Matt February 22, 2011 at 1:44 pm #

    I don’t know if I explained it poorly or if something was left of the instructions, but our high schoolers did this very quickly/easily. May be better suited for jr high? Thanks for the contribution though!

  2. Joel Wood November 27, 2012 at 9:01 am #

    The students need to use one finger on each hand and cannot grasp the hoola hoop with their fingers. It has to rest on top of their finger tips. How it works is that students will constantly adjust to make sure that they are touching the hoola hoop and it goes up instead of down.

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