How to Play: Jump Rope Water Splash

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Jump rope without spilling any water. Credit: Corbis


What you need: You need a jump rope, plastic cups, and water.

How to play: Give each child a cup filled with water. Designate two people to swing the jump rope.

The rules: One at a time, players attempt to jump the rope three times while holding their cup of water, trying not to let any water spill.

How to win: The player with the most water left in her cup is the winner.

What else you need to know: You can keep playing this game until only one player has water left in her cup.

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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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