Each team needs 7 people. Six of the team members will form two lines of three, the two lines facing each other. The students will lock arms with the person in front of them, creating a sort of “bridge.” The 7th person (needs to be the smallest person in the group) will then lay across the groups’ arms and will be handed a big plastic or squeezable container of mustard. They will then move around like tanks and shoot other tanks. You can make the game an elimination game, or declare the winner at the end by seeing who has the least amount of mustard on themselves.

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  1. Bruce Weber
    May 23, 2017 at 12:00 am

    Put goggles on the kid squirting the mustard. 15 seconds into the game had a kid get mustard in their eye. Pretty much killed the game.

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