REQUIRES: ziploc bags-one for each student, buckets of water
SET UP: Students play in their teams from the morning. a large circle is drawn on the ground and an x is drawn in the middle. the order of the teams is chosen in some way, junken, etc...
PLAY: Each team takes a turn. The first team to play comes up and fills their zip loc bag with water and seals it. The students then stand on the circle and the teacher stands in the middle on the x. A signal is given and the students can throw the bags of water at the teacher. Each bag that hits the teacher wins the team a point and each bag that breaks on the teacher and soaks the teacher wins them 2 points. The points for the team are recorded and then that teams sits down and the next teams takes its turn. Once all the teams have had their turn the champion is crowned!
2. Shaving Cream Shoot Off
REQUIRES: a water gun for each team, a bucket of clean water to fill guns up at (several teams could share one), shaving cream
SET UP: Students play in the team from the morning classes. The team lines up at one end of the play area and the teacher stands some distance away. The water source should be placed between the teacher and the place where the teams will shoot from. a shooting area (a circle scratched into the ground or something of the like) for each team should be made. Each teacher should be covered in a shaving cream design on their shirt (a circle, a letter, etc.... but it should be the same for each team to make it fair)
PLAY: The first student from each team runs to the water source, fills the water gun and runs to the shooting area to shoot the teacher. When the gun is empty he runs back to his team, passes the gun to the next student and goes to the back of the line. The first team to remove the shaving cream from the teacher's shirt is the champion team.
HOW TO PLAY:
1. One person is designated as being It. Players run away from It, who tries to tag them by throwing a wet sponge.
2. Once tagged, that person becomes the new It. The great thing about this game is that there's no bickering about whether or not someone got tagged. The splatter on his or her back says it all.
REQUIRES: a clothesline -one clothesline for 2 or 3 teams, clothes pegs (2 per team) a paper with a picture of each team (a picture of a fish for the fish team, etc...) one squirt gun for each team. a laminated headband for each team
SET UP: Students play in the teams from the morning classes. Set up the clotheslines and hang the team pictures on it (with space in between them ) using the clothes pegs. Fill a couple buckets with clean water (several teams can share one bucket. Draw a line about 1 m away from the clothesline and make sure students know that they can't go over that line. (If they do a referee might shoot them with a water gun or some such penalty
PLAY: The first person on each team puts on his teams headband. The referee yells "go" and the first person on each team runs to the water bucket, fills the gun and then runs to the shooting line and shoots any OTHER teams sign (NOT their own). (since they are wearing the headband the other teams can see which team they want to get revenge on!) When the gun is empty they run back to their team, pass the gun to the next person and go to the back of the line. Play continues until their teams sign gets so wet that it falls from the clothes pegs onto the ground. At that point their team is finished. The team with their sign up when all the others teams signs have fallen is the champion team and should get sprayed with water or some other fitting celebration!
REQUIRES: 1 paper cup per team, 1 bucket
/bottle with a "fill" line for each team, a couple large buckets of water for students to use to fill their cup with
SET UP: Each team lines up. A meter or so away a water bucket is placed. several meters from there a container of some sort is place on the ground (the container should NOT be one that will easily tip over.
PLAY: The referree shouts "go" the first student on each teams runs to a bucket of water, fills their cup as full as possible, puts it on top of his head and walks/runs (while holding it on the top of his head with his hand) to their teams container, pours the remaining water into the container, runs back to his team, passes the cup to the next person and then runs to the back of the line. Once all students have gone once (some teams might neeed to have acouple students go twice to make it so each team has the same number of people pour water into the collection container. When all students have gone then crown the team with the most water the champion and the fastest team as the runner up!
WHAT YOU NEED:
Two teams with an equal number of players per sideTwo buckets
per team, one empty and one full of water
For each team, a plastic cup with 3 holes punched into the sides
HOW TO PLAY:
1. Provide each team with one empty and one full bucket, as well as a plastic cup.
2. Set the empty buckets at one end of the school ground and the full ones at the other near the kids.
3. At the word "Go," the first player on each team dips his cup into his water bucket and holds it over his head as he dashes to the other end of the yard. (No covering holes with fingers, please!)
4. When a player reaches the second bucket, he dumps what's left in his cup into it, runs back to the start, and passes the cup to the next player.
5. The game continues until the formerly full bucket is empty.
6. The team with the most water in the second bucket wins.