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  • Tina Parks

    Tape Ball group game. Use masking & duct tape on the inside and clear packaging tape on the outside. Kids get in a big circle, one player gets the tape ball, the player in front of them a pair of dice. The player with the ball removes tape as fast as they can & anything they dislodge is theirs to keep. The player with the dice tries to roll doubles as quickly as they can. when they do, they pass the dice to the person next to them and then they get the tape ball.

  • Danielle Tieben

    Would be a fun birthday party game! Using gloves, makes it way funnier. Have everyone who is playing get in a big circle, one player gets the tape ball and the player in front of them a pair of dice. The player with the ball removes tape as fast as they can and anything they dislodge is theirs to keep. The player with the dice is trying to roll doubles as quickly as they can so they get a turn. As soon as they get doubles they pass the dice to the person next to them...

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