This is a throwing accuracy game to work on frisbee tosses. First, divide the class into groups of three. Each player must stand by one of the cones that should have already been distributed on the ground in a set of 3 (this activity is best played outside for space reasons but can be played inside if needed). The player on the far left of the field will have a disc while the middle player must have ONE noodle. Noodle person must bend their noodle to form a circle/oval/loop. The person on the far right has the job of retrieving the disc and running to the throwing cone.
How it works
1) The thrower will throw the frisbee in an attempt to get it to travel through the noodle that the player in the middle has made. The Noodle person is allowed one step to their right or left to get the disc to travel through. If the disc travels through, they get 1 point for their team. The retriever will get the disc and run as fast as they can down to the throwing cone. At this point, every player shifts up one cone so that they are now playing a different position. Each team counts their points out loud so that everyone knows how many point that they have.
2) The first team to get 10 points wins (This can be changed at the discretion of the teacher).
3) The object is to work on accuracy with the throws to ensure that the disc remains level and flat while being thrown (a prerequisite would be to have worked on backhand throws first).
4) The teacher can incorporate different throws into it in order to increase difficulty with the activity.
Equipment: Cones, Noodles (or hula hoops), Frisbees (or footballs)