This post originally appeared on the blog Tickled Pink in Primary.

Field Day is such a fun event for the end of the school year! Don’t stress about planning what to do. Here are some easy, yet fun games for your class to play. These activities are cheap and easy to throw together! 

To make our field day more fun, we made team shirts. You can easily create a logo with your class name and year in Kindergarten and get the iron-on paper to create the shirts. We had 6 kindergarten classes, so each class picked a different color of shirt. Sadly another teacher had already picked pink. 🙁

This first game is called “Drip, Drip, Drop” and is one of my favorite games to play! This game is similar to Duck, Duck, Goose — just add water! Kids go around and squeeze a tiny bit of water out and say “Drip” on each kid. When they want someone to tag and chase them, they squeeze more water on that kid’s head and say “Drop!!!” then start running. This game is so much fun, especially on a HOT day!! I’m in charge of filling the sponge so the kids don’t get totally soaked. 🙂

Here are some super-fun games for your class to play on field day. These activities are inexpensive and easy to throw together!
Here are some super-fun games for your class to play on field day. These activities are inexpensive and easy to throw together!

 Who doesn’t love a little Limbo? It’s a perfect field day gay that can be a bit challenging, too.

Here are some super-fun games for your class to play on field day. These activities are inexpensive and easy to throw together!
To give students a bit of a break from running around, we throw out some sidewalk chalk and let them have at it! You can find chalk really cheap at The Dollar Tree or Wal-Mart.
Here are some super-fun games for your class to play on field day. These activities are inexpensive and easy to throw together!

The students really enjoyed playing bean bag toss and found it harder than they thought. They got 4 bean bags to throw and try to make it in a bucket for their team to get a point.

Here are some super-fun games for your class to play on field day. These activities are inexpensive and easy to throw together!
Football toss only requires a foam football and a hula hoop. Students simply throw the ball and try to make it through the hoop. 
Here are some super-fun games for your class to play on field day. These activities are inexpensive and easy to throw together!
Here are some super-fun games for your class to play on field day. These activities are inexpensive and easy to throw together!

Hula Hoop Relays are another fun activity. I didn’t get a great picture of them in action, but students hold hands and then climb through the hula hoop and have it go over/under their bodies to get around the circle.

Here are some super-fun games for your class to play on field day. These activities are inexpensive and easy to throw together!

Fill the bucket is a great water game for field day! All you need are a few buckets and sponges. Students fill the sponge from one bucket, run to the other bucket and squeeze out as much water as they can. The first team to fill the water to the line marked, wins!

Here are some super-fun games for your class to play on field day. These activities are inexpensive and easy to throw together!
Don’t forget to have a water station! It’s important to keep your students hydrated. We had popsicles at our water station too. 
Here are some super-fun games for your class to play on field day. These activities are inexpensive and easy to throw together!
Students love autographing each other’s shirts from field day! It’s a great way to save those memories from the year. 
Here are some super-fun games for your class to play on field day. These activities are inexpensive and easy to throw together!
Click the picture below to grab 12 FREE Field Day signs that you can put at each station. You can attach them to a paint stick, old election signs, orange cones, etc. 
 
 
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Tickled Pink in Primary: Teachers Pay TeachersAfter teaching Kindergarten for eight years, Brittany Lynch is now a full time TPT Teacher-Author. She loves creating engaging resources that ensure students can have fun while learning. In her free time she enjoys volunteering at her old school, shopping, playing with her dog Oliver, and reading. You can find her resources in her TPT store and on her blog, Tickled Pink in Primary. Brittany also enjoys sharing tips and ideas with other teachers via her Facebook page, Instagram, and Pinterest