Games Leadership is also divided into two parts similar to Recreational Dance. Part one is for a group who is gathered together to PLAY games. This could be at a summer camp, for a church youth group, a birthday party for a 50 year old, a school sports day, or a family reunion. The opportunity to play games is endless.

Games can be played in groups of two, three, four, ten, 20, 50, or more. Games can be active, passive or somewhere in between. Games can be played indoors or outdoors, with or without props. There could be: board games, card games, dice games, table games, yard games, large group games, and rainy day games. Every generation needs to re-discover the games of the previous generations and also create a few of their own. Have you heard of Executive Marbles? It is a new game of defense! Have you played games with a Lycra Band?

Games stretch the imagination as well as the mind and the body.

Part two of this seminar is to teach teachers of games. You will learn all the same games as mentioned above. You will also learn techniques of getting individuals to participate, ways to motivate and instigate positive play, you will also have opportunity to teach and lead several games to the group.