|Time:||approx. 10 min.|
|Recommended age:||from 10|
|Size of group:||it doesn't matter|
|Time for preparation:||low|
|Material:||water, flask, belt|
A flask hanging on a belt is filled with water. The player runs with the bottle to a bucket and empties the bottle into the bucket (without freeing the flask from the belt – he might get a little bit wet) and then runs back to fill the bottle up again. A harder version of the game is if the water can only be filled by diving into the water. The player must therefore enter the water at least up to the belly, so that the bottle (flask) can be pushed underwater and be filled. This option only works in summer with a bathing suit.
A quite hefty version of the game would be if the bottle can only be filled by diving into the water. The player must therefore enter the water up to his stomach so that the bottle is under water and can be filled. The game obviously also works in summer with swimming trunks.
The transported water is measured after a certain amount of time with a measuring beaker.
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