This activity is one that deals with a lot of fitness, hand-eye coordination, teamwork, and cooperation. It will also involve using a cross-curricular approach of adding or subtracting depending on how in depth you want to go. It will involve the students fishing for the amount of repetitions they will perform after they catch their fish. It will also depend on the grade level you teach to determine how hard you want to make the activity, exercises, and the equipment being used. There isn’t a lot of equipment that is involved with this activity, but it’s great for any grade level K-12. It’s an activity that can be modified in any manner to fit you class depending on the grade level you teach. The equipment involved are some mats, tennis balls, some rope, and some hula hoops. The activity was designed for a warm-up, cool-down, or for activity to involve keeping the students physically active during class. Students will work in small groups or teams to achieve a goal based on what the teacher decides for them. The teacher can decide whether they want to add or subtract numbers to achieve their goal for fitness or the teacher can decide just to do this activity to keep the students actively moving during class. Modifications are based on your students’ abilities and that can only be determined by you. Try this activity if you are looking for something different and new.