These games are great to differentiate large groups. These games generally focus on 2-6 players and can be played almost anywhere. Small group games are neat because they require very little equipment but can be enjoyed by almost anyone at any age. The games in this pack develop loco motor, non- loco motor skills, and most importantly, manipulative skills. These skills are performed in small, non-threatening but infectious settings. The students want to challenge themselves and perform at a higher level. Normally I use these games in station/centers format so the students receive numerous chances to perform a specific skill. However, the beauty of the small group games is that they can be played at recess or at home with the family. Also some of these games can be played alone using a wall to practice the skill(s).