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milk-jug-lacrosse
Preparation: For this game, you will need an empty plastic milk jug for each player (preferably gallon sized, though 1/2 gallon will work), a tennis ball, and something for two goals. Cut the bottoms off of all the jugs beforehand too.Divide your students into two teams. The jugs are held upside down by their handles and used to catch...
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filling-the-potty
This game requires the following items: (x4) 36 or 48 pack economy rolls of toilet paper, a tub or barrel of cold water, two toilet bowls (you can purchase inexpensive toilet bowls for $100) and enthusiastic players! (NOTE: You could also use two buckets with toilet seats glued to them for even cheaper. Buckets are $4 and toilet seats...
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water-balloon-tic-tac-toe
Preparation: Plenty of water balloons, rope or chalk.Make a huge tic-tac-toe grid outdoors using thick rope (or chalk if on pavement). Divide your group into two teams and place them in single file lines at least 25 feet from the grid. Each team takes a turn trying to get three in a row by landing a water balloon in...
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superhero-trivia
With all the superhero movies coming out this is a fun trivia game. If you have media capabilities use PowerPoint or Media Shout. And make sure you give out a superhero sized prize to the winner(s)!!1. Who was Superman’s arch nemesis? (Lex Luthor)2. Who played Ironman in the latest Ironman movies? (Robert Downey Jr.)3. What was it that could...
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bind-us-together
Preparation: All you need is one long ribbon per team.Divide your group into teams.The object of the game is to have every member of the team linked together with ribbon. The first player threads the ribbon through their shirt sleeve and down their pant leg. The next player threads the ribbon up their pant leg and out their shirt...
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