Predator vs prey

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Predator vs prey
Age Range 5-8 (grades 1-2), 8-11 (grades 3-5), 11-14 (grades 6-8), 14-18 (grades 9-12)
Group Size medium (6-20)
Setting outdoors
Setup Time short (0-5 min)
Duration medium (11-30 min)
Subjects adaptation, camouflage
Key terms predator, prey
Materials none
Presentation Style active, interactive, student led

Brief Description

Students pretend they prey that are being stalked by a predator. They wait in hiding in the best camouflaged habitat they can find. The first person to touch a base without being seen by the predator wins. Being seen means being eaten!

This Is How You Play

  1. A home base is designated
  2. "IT" is the predator
  3. Everyone else is prey and they must hide in a well camouflaged spot while the predator counts to 30 (Prey want to find a spot that their clothes with blend the best)
  4. After counting, the predator calls out the people that s/he sees. Anyone seen is eaten.
  5. Anyone who touches the base without the predator seeing them, wins the game and becomes IT.



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