How to Play the “Snowball Fight” Game:

Grab some scratch paper (or paper you are going to recycle), white and colored, and enough for every participant to have one (possibly two or three). Divide the group in half, one group on one side, and another group on the other side. Place a defined center line (in our case we used chairs). Hand out white paper to one group, and colored paper to the other.

The object of the game is to keep ANY paper off your side of the room and on to the other side of the room. Once the students get their paper, have them wad it up like a “snowball” and get ready to throw it to the other side. Set a designated period of time to throw the pieces of paper (in our case we did 60 seconds).

Say “GO!” and sit back and enjoy the mayhem!

We played this game @ our Junior Followers Christmas Party (2011).

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    • You’re welcome… glad you could use it! Our students had a lot of fun throwing the paper… they were like: “We’re allowed to do this?!”

      • Ours too! My favorite was several girls who got confused and started hoarding papers, so when we paused the game, they each pulled like 7 snowballs from their pocket and handed them to their leader.

        • That’s funny! I showed a few kids and their parents the video of them throwing the “snowballs” and they loved seeing them do it from a different angle.

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