Team Games – Down the Rabbit Hole


Imagination is the key in this fun gross motor challenge! Children think it’s hilarious to pack themselves into a tight place, especially when they’re trying to get away from a fox! Cooperative activities for kids are perfect for parties and play dates – especially when they require little to no planning. All you’ll need is a hula hoop, a way to prop it up, and a group of kids. This activity is a great way to work on motor planning, social skills, and spatial awareness. One reader also saw the potential for this activity to teach kids about personal space.

Get ready for the Rabbit Hole, it’s guaranteed to get some laughs!



Rabbit Hole - Team Game for Kids

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Claire Heffron and Lauren Drobnjak are the creators of The Inspired Treehouse, where they share knowledge about child development and activities to promote healthy development in children. Claire is a pediatric occupational therapist with 9 years’ experience working in primary and preschool settings. Lauren is a pediatric physical therapist who has practiced in clinical and school-based settings for over 15 years.