Use a selection of colours from the Resene KidzColour range to create this funky variation on snakes and ladders.
Resene Ground Games with Mark Rayner - Project 01
You will need: 24mm masking tape, 50mm masking tape, area of concrete approx 6m x 6m (prepped first with Resene Moss & Mould Killer and then waterblasted), builders' pencil, duct tape, paintbrushes, Resene Concrete Primer, Resene Lumbersider tinted to the following colours: Resene All Black, Resene Fizz, Resene Get Reddy, Resene Giggle, Resene Grass Stain, Resene Hi Jinx, Resene Summer Fun and Resene Wet N Wild, paint roller and tray, tape measure.
To get the look: Numbers can either be painted freehand or create easy-to-use stencils from enlarged photocopies of computer font.
More ideas for play: Use the basic game template to create an indoor board game for those rainy days.
Number of players: 3 or more.
Additional equipment: Small flat stone.
How to play: One player is selected as umpire. The first player stands at the start square, closes their eyes and throws the stone towards the centre of the grid. If the stone lands on a numbered square they move that number of squares along the bottom row of the grid, and if they then end up on a green square they move diagonally in the direction of the arrow. If the stone lands on a coloured square, they advance to the next square of that same colour. If the stone lands on the central orange square they move forward (or back!) to that square and have another go. Once the player reaches the bottom right hand square of the grid, they move up to the second row and progress across the grid from right to left, continuing to advance in this way until they reach the top left hand square. If the stone lands on more than one square it is the umpires decision which square is played. It's also the umpire's job to retreive the stone and pass it on to the next player after each turn. First player to reach the finish is the winner.
Direction of play
Project #1a Game Board
Project #1b Game Board