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Day 1 – GAMES

Head, Shoulders, Knees Cup

Directions: Have people pair up with each other and kneel face
to face. Place one plastic cup in-between each pair. When you say “head,” everyone must touch their head. When you say “shoulders,” everyone must touch their shoulders. Quickly alternate between saying “head” “shoulders” and “Knees for about 10-15 seconds, then say “cup.” When you say “cup,” the first person to grab the cup wins
the round. Play as many rounds as the kids would like. If you have enough players, you can have the winners play each other until there is only one champion.
Supplies Needed:
Plastic cups
(1 for every 2 players)

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Day 2

Soaked

Directions: Have everyone lie on their back side by side. Place a bin of water by the person on one end and an empty bin by the person on the other end. The object is to transfer all of the water from one bin to the other using a sponge. The person by the bin full of water must dunk the sponge, then pass it down the line to the last person, who will then squeeze the water into the empty bin before passing the sponge back and repeating. The players will get wet and they’ll love it! Thicker sponges work better than small kitchen sponges/scrubbing pads. You can also substitute the sponge with a t-shirt or hand towel.
Supplies Needed:
Bins or buckets (2 per team)
Sponge (1 per team) Towels

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Day 3

Stuck on You

Directions: Choose some children and wrap tape around their head with the sticky side FACING OUT. On “go,” have their team- mates race to find items that can be stuck to their heads. If neces- sary, you might give them access to a junk drawer with numerous small items. At the end of the allotted time, the player with the most objects stuck to their head wins. Don’t forget to take pic- tures—you’ll want to remember this! If there aren’t enough players to make multiple teams, just give them a fun challenge like “let’s see how many items we can stick on in the allotted time.”
Supplies Needed:
Duct, scotch, or paint- ers tape (1 roll)

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Day 4

Cracker Stackers

Directions: Have one player from each team lie down on their back. Have the other players carefully stack crackers on their team- mate’s forehead. The player on the ground will have to stay very still and try not to laugh. The team that can stack the most crackers without falling is the winner. If you don’t have enough players for multiple teams, simply challenge the kids to see how many crack- ers they can stack. Play multiple rounds and allow players to take turns lying on the ground.
Supplies Needed:
Box of crackers (1-2)

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Day 5

Fishy Face

Directions: Choose some players to put whipped topping on
their face like a beard. Place a bowl of goldfish crackers about 15 feet away from them. On “go,” have their teammates race back and forth, grabbing one goldfish cracker at a time and sticking it to their bearded partner. See which team can apply the most goldfish crackers in 1 minute. Work quickly before their beards have time to fall off! If there aren’t enough people for multiple teams, make it a simple challenge to see how many crackers can be applied in the allotted time. (This game is demonstrated in the Day 3 video.)
Supplies Needed:
Whipped topping (1-2 tubs)
Goldfish crackers (1 bag/box)
Bowls (1 per team)
Towels for cleanup

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