Children playing organized games and engaging in physical activity every day is an important aspect of a healthy lifestyle. The benefits are numerous and can improve many areas of one’s health in positive ways. To improve the percentage of children who achieve the recommended sixty minutes of physical activity daily, we must continue to find creative and innovative ways to encourage our children to choose a more active lifestyle, engage in fitness-oriented opportunities, and participate in active play through games or free play. This resource was developed as a quick guide to a variety of inclusive games and activities for Pre-K and elementary-aged children. These games can be played in a classroom setting, small space, or an outdoor playground area. Each page is designed to show the objective of the game, skills used, and any equipment needed. It will also include ideas for variations of the game, and tips for making the game more inclusive for children with disabilities.