This resource is an illustrated instructions sheet for the cooperative game Giant Animals. This is a good game for any number of players so it works in any size classroom. In this game, children use their creativity, imagination, and large motor skills as they work together to build a giant animal with their bodies. That is, each child becomes a different body part of an animal so that, working together, they form a great big animal. For extra fun, they can try to move as their animal would—by jumping, stretching, crawling, swimming, wagging its tail, etc. Lots of fun and many variations are possible. In all cases this fun game shows what fun it can be to play together rather than against each other. This game is excerpted from Suzanne Lyons’ new book The Cooperative Games Bullying Prevention Program. Illustrations are by the author.