Move Your Body Mini Thumball

Take breaks and get the group's blood moving

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Toss it. Catch it. Look under your thumb and share! The mini Move Your Body Thumball (Blue/Yellow) is a soft 4" stuffed balls with 30 prompts encouraging players to get moving in all kinds of fun and funky ways. Use it to break up long sessions and get the blood moving, or to amp up your group's energy.

Enjoy the range of silly and challenging prompts and get people out of their seats and moving! This 4" diameter, mini Thumball is intended for younger audiences.


  • Have all players do the movement at the same time (so nobody is embarrased)
  • Have one player read the prompt silently and have others guess what the prompt said

Each ball is 4" diameter.

Move Your Body Thumball prompts include:

  1. Ride A Horse, Trot then Gallop
  2. Dribble then Shoot The Basketball
  3. Dance Hilariously
  4. Arm Circles then Flex Your Muscles
  5. Applaud then Take A Bow
  6. Kick A Goal & Cheer
  7. Lift Barbell Weights Strongly
  8. Reach Arms To The Sky Slowly
  9. Twist your Waist Side To Side
  10. Flap Your Wings & Soar
  11. Do Jumping Jacks Precisely
  12. Wiggle Fingers, Toes & Nose
  13. Hit A Home Run
  14. Ride A Bicycle
  15. March Proudly & Salute
  16. Lift Knees to Touch Elbows
  17. Dive In & Swim Gracefully
  18. Cast Your Pole & Reel In A Fish
  19. Karate Chop & Kick
  20. Serve A Tennis Ball & Swing The Racket
  21. Bowl A Strike Loudly
  22. Drive A Race Car & Turn Wheel Sharply
  23. Hop with 2 feet
  24. Ice Skate Smoothly
  25. Paddle A Canoe
  26. Run In Place Quickly
  27. Hop with 1 foot
  28. Row, Row, Row Your Boat
  29. Skip Cheerfully or Laugh Merrily


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  • 5
    This ball is a ball!

    Posted by Black Bess the Pirate on Oct 14th 2015

    I love this ball! I have found so many uses for it in my classroom. GREAT idea to help get them up and moving.

  • 5
    60 second learning boosts!

    Posted by ML on Apr 6th 2013

    I use the move your body thumb ball to quickly re-energize my students! In fact, I purchased enough balls to have one for each small group in my class!