How to Play: Fabulous Frozen Feet

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Fabulous Frozen Feet game

What's cooler than being cool? Ice cold! Credit: Darrren Hester, Flickr

What you need: You need a kiddie pool, empty buckets or bowls, and a large bag of ice.

How to play: Have the children sit around the kiddie pool. Give each player an empty bucket or bowl. Dump the bag of ice into the kiddie pool.

The rules: At the starting signal, players must pick up as many ice cubes as they can and put them in their buckets or bowls. There is a catch -- players must use only their feet to pick up the ice cubes out of the pool.

How to win: The player who has picked up the most ice cubes after a designated period of time wins.

What else you need to know: A good designated period of time for this game is five minutes.

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