Selecting playground games for your KS2 group can be difficult due to different abilities and interests. However, to help you with selecting suitable games for all ages, we have rounded up some of our top choices for playground games.
Some examples of popular playground games for KS2 include:
Group games are ideal for the KS2 age group, helping pupils to develop key social skills and learn compassion, understanding and how to play with other pupils. Although individual play is important, playing in groups can help children to develop in other ways. Great examples of group games can also be educational such as maths and number grids, daily mile tracks and road themed safety games.
Part of breaktime play is creating games as individuals, learning independent play through games which utilise the imagination or creative thinking. Using equipment such as playground markings can help pupils to develop their ability to play alone for short periods of time.
Traditional playground games
Traditional playground games continue to be the favourite games of many KS1 and KS2 pupils, providing the option to play individually or as a group, these games come in a range of options. From hopscotch through to snakes and ladders, traditional playground games provide endless entertainment for pupils of all ages.
Playground markings are extremely popular for the KS2 age group, providing ongoing entertainment with durable, vibrant markings. One of the major benefits to installing playground markings is that they last for years to come and so, year groups within KS2 can continue to use them.
Our professional team have been designing and installing playground markings for KS1 and KS2 for over 10 years, working together with our clients to create unique, engaging and educational experiences for all pupils.
We have invested in our equipment to ensure the thermoplastic playground markings we apply are durable without compromising on the vibrant nature of our markings. We work closely with our schools to fully understand their requirements before creating a bespoke mock-up of the playground.
Once this has been approved our inhouse manufacturing team then get to work on cutting and forming the creative designs. Following on from this our DBS-checked installation team utilise high quality equipment to install the new playground markings and games for KS2.
Whether you have a small playground to utilise, or have multiple areas for different age groups, our professional playground marking team are here to help.
If you would like to know more about our playground games for KS2, do not hesitate to get in touch with our experienced team. We specialise in creating bespoke playground markings which are suited to a range of ages and abilities. Our team are passionate about working with educational institutions to provide a unique playground experience for each pupil.
To speak to a member of our team simply call us on 0333 321 6695 or email email@example.com and we will be in touch as soon as possible.
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