This game was a favorite this fall with my 3rd and 4th graders. I also played it with 5th & 6th. Class is divided up into two teams. They each form a line on opposite sides of the field. The offensive team has small token (I used a bottle cap). Each team member holds their hands together as if holding the token and runs to cross the line of the defensive team. The defensive team starts tagging members of the offensive team. When tagged, they must stop and show what is in their hands. If they don’t have the token they just move on. If the person with the token is tagged then the defense becomes offense. If the token makes it across the line, it is a point for that team and they retain possession. Leadership ability really comes out during this game. I saw teams work together doing things such as blocking for the person with the token or faking who had it while someone casually crossed the line. Teams with out a clear leader struggled to be successful in scoring a point. As the game ended, I pointed out the need for strategy and teamwork and we talked about why or why not a team was successful.