Greg Houldcroft

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”Protect The Pizza” - Now you know what to do with those empty pizza boxes halfway through the lock in - great game idea! It’s kinda like the old classic “balloon stomp” - the object here is to knock off other people’s pizza boxes while not losing your own. Players have to balance the box with one hand from the bottom. If it falls, they’re either out, or like in this video, they do a burpie to get back in. There are lots of fun ways to play this. You could either play elimination style...

”Protect The Pizza” - Now you know what to do with those empty pizza boxes halfway through the lock in - great game idea! It’s kinda like the old classic “balloon stomp” - the object here is to knock off other people’s pizza boxes while not losing your own. Players have to balance the box with one hand from the bottom. If it falls, they’re either out, or like in this video, they do a burpie to get back in. There are lots of fun ways to play this. You could either play elimination style...

Cool 32 Easy Wooden Pallet Projects DIY Ideas

Cool 32 Easy Wooden Pallet Projects DIY Ideas

Big Group Games: The Stick Game. This one is so fun in big groups, especially if they're competitive teenagers. To play, just give each kid in the circle a PVC pole (we cut 8ft 3/4" poles in half for field day). The players must keep one hand behind their back and use the other to hold the pole. The volunteer calls out right or left and the players must let go of their current pole and catch the neighboring pole before it drops. If it falls, that player is out and the circle gets smaller…

Big Group Games: The Stick Game. This one is so fun in big groups, especially if they're competitive teenagers. To play, just give each kid in the circle a PVC pole (we cut 8ft 3/4" poles in half for field day). The players must keep one hand behind their back and use the other to hold the pole. The volunteer calls out right or left and the players must let go of their current pole and catch the neighboring pole before it drops. If it falls, that player is out and the circle gets smaller…