Which Basketball is Better for My Program?

At S&S Worldwide we sell over 200 Basketball Products, so if you’re unsure which ball is best for the needs of your program, event or activity – this guide will help you. There are many things to consider like where … Read More



How to Make a DIY Puppet Theater for Kids

This DIY Puppet Theater can be used for many different themes in the classroom, afterschool, daycare, and other educational programs. Kids can learn storytelling, role playing, self expression, and more. It is great to use in categories such as Youth … Read More


Toss Four Game Variations for PE & Active Play

Learn 5 different ways to use this Toss Four Game for physical education class or general active play! If you are playing indoors, hang the target from any volleyball or badminton game standards. For outdoor use, hand it from poles … Read More


Using Makey Makey for Active Play & STEM

Recently I was introduced to this awesome little tool called the Makey Makey. This product has become so popular in classrooms, afterschool programs like the YMCA, occupational therapy, and many other industries. With the movie Civil War being so popular, I … Read More


A Religious Spin on the Potato Sack Race

Caterpillars & Butterflies (Based on 2 Corinthians 5:17) Everyone loves a potato sack race! Take the opportunity to turn this friendly competition into a christian learning opportunity. The game below, using burlap potato sacks, is from our friends over at … Read More


How to Play GaGa Ball in the GaGa Pit

What is GaGa Ball? I had heard of it. I knew that we sell a GaGa Pit at S&S Worlwide. I have listened to my kids tell stories about it in PE class. Yet, I still didn’t understand what ‘IT’ was! … Read More


Ideas to Celebrate 100 Days of School

The 100th day of school is a milestone that has become popular to celebrate with students. In addition to some of the fun pencils and bracelets we sell, we have gathered some of these great (and easy) ideas for you … Read More


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