Jump the colourful snakes to become the winner in this super fun game.
Resene Ground Games with Mark Rayner - Project 04
You will need: Area of asphalt approx 4.8m x 4.4m (prepped first with Resene Moss & Mould Killer and then water blasted), craft knife, duct and parcel tape, marker pen, paintbrushes, paint tray and roller, Resene Lumbersider tinted to the following colours: Resene Chaos, Resene Fizz, Resene Gobstopper, Resene Grass Stain, Resene Hi Jinx, Resene Kermit, Resene Splish Splash and Resene Surfs Up, Resene Membrane Roofing Primer, old rolls of wallpaper to use as a template, tape measure.
To get the look: Duct tape will help keep the template in position while you're painting the snakes.
Other ideas for play: Play with skipping ropes to make this game even more of a challenge!
Number of players: 2 or more.
Additional equipment: None required.
How to play: Beginning at the start line, the players race each other to jump from side to side over the curves in the snake. Once each player reaches the snake's head they must turn around and jump from side to side all the way back again. First player to cross back over the start line is the winner.
Direction of play
Project #4 Game Board
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