Outdoor or indoor (lay tarp if inside). Similar to Bobbing for Apples, only with gummy worms in a kiddie swimming pool.
Fill the kiddie pool with water. Add one bag of gummy worms, which will sink to the bottom.
Have volunteers take turns at bobbing for the worms. The person who can get and keep the most worms in their mouth during their one minute try time wins. You can have the youth wear goggles to protect eyes.
Play “aqua” music in the background – think, Little Mermaid, Little Nemo, etc.
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(“Winning” music is a nice touch in the background when you announce the winner; think Olympics, etc.)
Also, see Gummy Worms/Chocolate Pudding (Click Here).
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