As kids are starting school at an earlier age and school days are becoming longer, play time is becoming more and more important. Why is recess necessary?
VS. Cleveland culture/lifestyle magazine PressureLife has challenged the Recess Cleveland team to participate in their bi-monthly event, “Pressure Vs.” The staff at PressureLife take on local businesses and organizations and try to “beat them at their own game”. And they lose.
Recess Cleveland has some exciting news. Our friends at University Circle Inc. have allowed us to take over the Wade Oval Ice Rink on Thursdays from 6pm-8pm until March 2nd. Join us for bubble soccer on ice along with many other classic recess games (with a twist). What is Bubble
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Looking a bit like the manic giant vegetable played by Woody Allen in the movie “Sleeper”, a dozen or so kids and adults wearing inflatable bubbles gathered on the Rink at Wade Oval on Thursday night to play spirited if sometimes awkward games of soccer. Move too fast,
2016 was a blast for Recess Cleveland. Thanks to Neighborhood Connections, we were able to secure a grant to buy Body Zorbs. If you’re not familiar with Zorbs, you’ve probably seen them before…just watch the video of us testing them: [fvplayer src=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCXuWBIpZOU”] The Zorbs are great for playing soccer:
This series of stories, “Grassroots Success: Awakening the Power of Families and Neighborhoods,” explores how meaningful impact on our communities grows from the ground up. Support for “Grassroots Success” is provided by Neighborhood Connections. Alex Robertson is smart, ambitious, and successful. And after leaving Glenville to attend Ivy League
Ultimate Frisbee actually began right here in Ohio, developed by college students in the 1960s. It features a field just like football with two end zones and is played similar to a football game. To score a point, you have to catch a Frisbee “passed” from the other side by one
This game started as an actual strategy on battlefields during war. A battle was considered over and won when the other side’s flag had been captured. You’ll need a large playing field, preferably in an area with lots of trees as this game involves a lot of ducking,
Dodgeball – a childhood favorite! The court has a centerline with several balls lined up on it, two “attack” lines set up about ten feet back on each side of the centerline and two sidelines. The game starts when all members of the teams rush forward from the sidelines