How to Play: Spin Relay

Filed under: Activities: Toddlers & Preschoolers, Activities: Big Kids, Activities: Tweens, Activities: Family Time, Kids' Games

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What you need: You need a baseball bat for each team.

How to play: Establish a starting line and set a baseball bat for each team about 20-30 feet from the starting line. Divide the children into equally numbered teams.

The rules: At the starting signal, the first players on each team will run down to their team's bat, stand the bat up, bend over to put their head on the bat, quickly spin around 10 times with their head on the bat, and then run back to their team to tag the next player. Play continues until all players have gone.

How to win: The first team to complete the race is the winning team.

What else you need to know: Be sure to play this game on a soft surface since players will be very dizzy and may fall down.

Related: More Kids' Games
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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