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Sink the Bismark



Basically, it's every man for himself dodge-ball. A group of students, 10-30, is asked to stand in a large open circle and game balls are placed sporadically (if that's a word) throughout the circle. You can pick the number of balls. I use about 5 or 6. When the leader says "Go" students run to the nearest ball and start trying to hit anyone around them. 

Rules:

  • If you are holding a ball you can't run and if you get hit you must sit down.
  • If you catch a thrown ball, the thrower is out.
  • If you get hit and the ball hits the ground, you are out and you must sit down.
  • In order for a person to move with the ball, he must pass it to a trustworthy person who is sitting on the ground (by rolling it -- remember if caught in the air you're out). But be careful, they could hit you with the ball or give it to another standing thrower.
  • The last person standing wins the prize.

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