Use Resene Non-Skid Deck & Path paint to get a good foothold with this cool relay game.
Resene Ground Games with Mark Rayner - Project 10
You will need: Area of concrete approx 11m x 12m (prepped first with Resene Moss & Mould Killer and then waterblasted), duct tape, masking tape, paintbrushes (including a wide artists' brush), paint tray and roller, Resene Non-Skid Deck & Path tinted to Resene Petanque, Resene Red Sienna and Resene Shadowland, tape measure.
To get the look: For a neater finish, use a ruler or tape measure as a guide when painting the lettering for each 'start' box.
Other ideas for play: For even more of a challenge why not try a backwards relay?
Number of players: 2 teams of six players or more.
Additional equipment: 2 relay batons and a whistle.
How to play: Each player forms a line at the starting point with the first player in each team holding a relay baton. When the whistle is blown each player has to run from square to square in a zig-zag pattern. When they reach the final square, they run back to their team, handing the baton to the next player and joining the back of the line. The first team to complete the entire relay and sit down with their hands on their heads wins the game!
Direction of play
Project #9 Game Board
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