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Play tag like the Spaniards do!
Children in Spain enjoy this game! The object of the game is to knock over the bottle without getting tagged by the bottle-keeper.
With adult permission and supervising, students select a large concrete or asphalt area outdoors that has been established for at least 6 months.
Using Crayola Sidewalk Paints, test a small area with the paint. If the painting is acceptable to supervising adults, students use a paint roller to create a long boundary line. In the center of the line, painters create a 25" (63.5 cm) diameter circle.
Using the same roller, students paint a line which is parallel to and about 10' (3 m) from the first line. Allow time for paint to air dry.
Students place an empty 2-liter plastic soda bottle inside the circle. A single student is selected as the bottle watcher who stands next to the circle. Other players stand along the parallel line.
Players take turns tossing a ball, attempting to knock the bottle over and out of the circle. If successful, the player runs to retrieve the ball and cross the boundary line with the ball. Meanwhile, the bottle watcher resets the bottle and hurries to tag the player before that player crosses the boundary. If the player is tagged, that player becomes the bottle watcher. If the player escapes across the boundary line with the ball, a point is scored. The game continues until 20 points are scored.
Students can also make up their own rules to play this version of the game of tag.
Wash off paint with a garden hose or rain within 2 weeks of application.
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