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Played like Black Light Basketball (Click Here), Black Light Dodgeball (Click Here), and Black Light Volleyball (Click Here); only you don't hang black lights. Instead, you use glow-in-the-dark balls (though for Dodgeball you can use regular balls).If you have the budget, provide glow bracelets for everyone and order lighted basketballs from by Jason "Human Gameboy" GossSee also Glow-in-the-Dark...
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All you need is wax paper and a carpeted floor. We used 2-man and 4-man bobsled teams. For 2-man, each team gets a 4-foot piece of wax paper. One person has to remain on the "sled" at all times the other person is the brakeman (pusher). 4-man teams get two 6-foot pieces of wax paper. Two people must remain...
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Hang black lights in the gym and use black light reflective tape on the court lines and the balls (spray paint can fade by the end of the game, then you can't see the balls).Have the kids wear white shirts and socks so they have clear targets to hit with the balls. Provide glow bracelets, if possible.Added by Lisa...
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Everyone pairs up in a circle. Pick 2 people to start the game - one of them will be "it". “It” chases the other person around the room. They can go inside or outside of the circle but it's a good idea to try to keep them close to the circle.The person being chased tries to hook arms with...
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Get two black lights and set them up at mid-court. Have everyone wear a white shirt that night. Mark one team with electrical tape on their shoulders so they know who has what team.Make sure to get a glow-in-the-dark basketball and then hang red glow sticks on one rim and green glow sticks on the other rim. Caution: the...
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Divide game area into two halves with folding tables or screens about waist height. Cover any gaps so that you cannot see from one side of the barrier to the other.Split your group into two teams who must lie down on either side of the barrier (one team per side).Using a soft ball for a "missile" (nerf, bean bag,...
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