There are games which cannot be allocated to a specific group or which do not have enough game ideas to warrant a separate category.
A balloon is moved by tapping it up in the air.
Balloons are rubbed on the clothing and are stuck to the wall.
A balloon is blown up on the starting line and then let go.
The group must try to make different pieces of music with the balloons.
Try and encourage their own balloon (with the help of a spoon) into a basket
Try to find out who the description belongs to.
Catch a balloon, sit on it and perform the task inside it.
A water balloon is catapulted back and forth with a hand towel.
The water filled balloon is thrown as far as possible.
Various tasks in one run from A to B to C to D.
Each team must collect items without letting the balloon fall on the ground.
A skateboard rider pulls himself along the rope for the entire length of the rope.
A skateboarder lies on the skateboard and is pushed along by the others.
A skateboarder sits on the skateboard and is pulled along on a 3m long rope/lead.
How many skittles can the skateboarder knock over with his head?
The skateboarder starts off on a ramp and tries to roll as far as possible.
A 100 meter running race with a skateboard.
A skateboard is a method of transport.
An obstacle course with a skateboard.
Collect your own colour bonbons.
Using the mouth to pick up bonbons and place them in a barrel.
While blindfolded, a member of the group must pick up a sweet and bring it back to the group.
2 people try to wrap a sweet together.
A candy ring is passed from one person the next with the help of the toothpick.
Candy rings are thrown so that they land over a board with nails.
Which candy ring will roll the furthest or the longest?
The first person takes a sweet from the bowl with his toes and gives the bonbon to his neighbour.
Try to open a sweet (or a chocolate bar) with the feet and then eat it.
Taking a spoon in the mouth, bonbons or M&M's must be carried.
Bonbons or M&M’s are catapulted into a target with a spoon in the mouth.
With the toothpick in the mouth, marshmallows are passed from player to player.
Who can fit the most marshmallows in his mouth?
Who can spit a marshmallow the furthest?
Who can blow a marshmallow along the ground the furthest?
A marshmallow is kicked.
Who can throw the marshmallow the furthest?
Which team will manage to suck the lollypop away the quickest?
The group must build a creative work of art with sweets.
Wind a candy with thread
Each child uses a fishing pole with a magnet attached to the end of the string to fish out some candies.
This is a nice game for a birthday party or celebration where every child should receive a prize.
A light object is blown through an obstacle course with a straw.
Objects are sucked up using a straw and transported into another container.
Use a straw to suck up water and fill up a measuring beaker.
Several straws are pushed together in a long pipeline.
A game of Mikado with straws.
A wad of cotton wool is blown along the table by blowing into a straw.
The straws are used as a blowpipe.
The cotton wool buds must be blown into the opponent’s field.
A straw is used as the blowpipe. The ammunition is coloured cotton wool buds.
Listed items must be brought back within a certain amount of time
The player is shown a word which he must draw on a board. How many words will the group manage to guess within 2 minutes?
Easter eggs must be rolled around a course, only using the nose.
The players must fish the eggs out of the cream as quickly as possible.
Cracking eggs on the head
Each group (red, blue, yellow and white team) tries to collect their own colour bonbons.
Using the mouth, only one Easter egg at a time should be brought back and placed in a barrel.
An Easter card is cut into pieces so that a puzzle is made from the single pieces.
Fix an egg to a parachute.
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