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Evenly space pylons along the length of the gym, approximately 15 feet (5 m) apart. How to Play 1. ), places it in the first pylon, and runs back and tags player 2. ), places it in the second pylon, and runs back and tags player 3. 3. ), places it in the third pylon, and runs back and tags player 4. 4. ), places it in the fourth pylon, and runs back. 5. Once the relay is completed, team members high-five each other and give three cheers for planet Earth. Note Challenge students to come up with their own environmental messages on the flags and a final cheer.

3. Challenge students to shoot from various distances, using pylons as markers. • • • Station 6: Make a wish for the earth Equipment 1 bucket or recycling bin 10 coins per student Activity 1. Place a bucket in the middle of a circle in the gym. • • (continued) Circuit and Station Activities 45 Working out for the environment (continued) 2. Arrange students in a circle around the bucket. 3. Provide each student with 10 coins. 4. On the go signal, have students toss coins one at a time underhand into the bucket.

How to Play 1. Divide players into five or six teams. The first player runs to the recyclable pile, picks up one item, and runs back to drop it into his or her recycling bin and tags the next player in line. If players drop an item, they must pick it up before continuing. 3. The second player runs to the recyclable pile, picks up one item, and runs back to drop it into the recycling bin and tags the next player in line. 4. Continue until all items have been picked up and recycled. 5. Teams must sit quietly in a line, one behind the other, when finished.

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