Divide the group into pairs. Pairs engage in the following three “duels.”
Duel One: The partners face each other, covering their knees with their hands, changing knees from time to time. Their goal is to touch the other person’s knees, while trying to avoid their partner touching their knees.
Duel Two: The partners face each other, hopping from foot to foot, keeping only one foot on the ground at a time, and each partner tries to touch his or her foot on top of his or her adversary’s foot.
Duel Three: Again they face each other, but this time each has one hand out in front with a pointed forefinger (the sword) and one open hand behind his or her back, palm outwards (the target). Each tries to touch his or her sword onto the target.