Big room & Outdoor game; good for picnics or big gatherings. No winner or loser.
Number of players: 10-30 kids
Playing Site: Large open area
Items needed: A large scarf or handkerchief
Time: 15-45 minutes
The object of the game: The first person in the line tries to catch the last person in line.
All the players line up and put their hands on the waist of the person in front of them. The last person in line tucks one end of the scarf in his back pocket, belt, or waistband. The first person in lines tries to grab the scarf.
When the “head” gets the “tail”, he dons the scarf and becomes the new tail. The person second in line becomes the head.
Variation: Form two or more teams, each being a “dragon” trying to catch the others tail.
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