Puffing games: Participants must keep a feather
as long as possible in the air.
Puffing games, not to lose your breath
The game blowing cotton balls is still often played at children's birthday parties or even in the youth group. In fact, everyone knows it and therefore it is regarded as an absolute classic game. Moreover, there are still plenty of other games around the theme of blowing something, few, however, know about them.
Besides all the fun, blowing games offer another advantage. By blowing things, both, the oral motor and lungs are trained well. However, the lung is not only strengthened, but it also teaches fine motor skills. Therefore, blowing games also have quite a serious educational background.
Puffing games: Players must blow a matchbox over a certain distance.
- Blowing cotton
Players must blow a cotton ball off the table
- Belly Puff Game
Two teams have to blow a ping-pong ball into the opponent's goal while they are crawling on their stomachs.
- Blowing corks
From their mouth, the participants have to blow corks as far as possible.
A table tennis ball must be blown from egg cup to egg cup.
Players must blow a matchbox over a certain distance
- Blowing eggs
Participants must blow an egg through an obstacle course.
- Cottonwool-straw-obstacle course
Participants must blow a cotton ball with the help of a straw through an obstacle course.
- Blowing out candles
Participants must blow out as many candles as possible.
- Blowing cotton wool from bowl to bowl
The objective is to blow a cotton wool ball from bowl to bowl without touching the table or floor.
- Who can blow the cotton wool ball the furthest
Players must blow a cotton ball as far as possible
- Blowing a feather
Participants must keep a feather as long as possible in the air.
- Blow out your opponent’s candle
Players must try to blow out the candles of the other participants.
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