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How to Play: Mallows on a Line
How to play: String an even number of marshmallows on the fishing line or clean string by poking a hole through the marshmallows with the skewer. Space them out about six inches apart with a marshmallow for each player. You will need to do as many lines of marshmallows as you have teams. Secure the lines by tying them to trees or having someone hold them. Divide the children into two teams.
The rules: At the starting signal, the first player on each team will put on a pair of goggles, run to his team's line of marshmallows, and eat one of the marshmallows. After he finishes eating, he will run back to his team and tag the next player by handing him the goggles. Play continues until all the marshmallows have been eaten.
How to win: The first team to eat all of its marshmallows is the winning team.
What else you need to know: If the marshmallows are too soft, you might have to put them in the freezer for a bit before poking the holes in them. Be sure the marshmallows are fully defrosted before the game begins.
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.