Use a selection of bright greens from the Resene KidzColour range to create this clocktastic team game.
Resene Ground Games with Mark Rayner - Project 05
You will need: Area of concrete approx 7m x 7m (prepped first with Resene Moss & Mould Killer and then waterblasted), builders' string line, chalk, masking tape, paint brushes, paint tray and roller, Resene Concrete Primer, Resene Lumbersider tinted to the following colours: Resene Grass Stain, Resene Kermit and Resene Lickety Split, tape measure.
To get the look: Use a tape measure or ruler as a rough guide when painting the numbers - our numbers measured approximately 400mm high.
Other ideas for play: Create a fast-paced relay with twelve players - when each player catches the ball they have to run run to the central circle before they can throw it to another player.
Number of players: 13.
Additional equipment: Large ball.
How to play: One player is selected to be the timekeeper - they stand on the central circle with all other players standing on the remaining numbered circles. The player standing at 'one o'clock' calls out 'What's the time?' as they throw the ball to the timekeeper. The timekeeper has to catch the ball and immediately throw it to a random player calling out the position of that player (eg: 'six o'clock'). That player then has to catch the ball and immediately throw it back to the timekeeper calling out 'What's the time?'. The game continues in this way until a player either drops the ball or the timekeeper throws to a wrongly named player. Whichever player makes a mistake moves back to 'one o'clock' and all other remaining players move up one space - if the timekeeper makes a mistake, all players change position with the player at 12 o'clock becoming the new timekeeper. The object is to stay as timekeeper for the longest.
Direction of Play
Project #5a Game Board
Project #5b Game Board
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