Lucky you! Chocolate for you!
a large bar of chocolate,
a napkin and plastic gloves for each player.
Put the chocolate on a small table.
Players sit in a circle at some distance around the table, each one with the napkin and the gloves.
Each player takes turns to throw the dice.
When someone throws a three or a six, they run to the table and start eating the chocolate, one square at a time, with the napkin around their necks and their hands in the gloves.
Meanwhile, the others carry on rolling the dice. The next person to throw a three or a six runs to the table and taps the other person on the shoulder who must stop eating as they have been replaced. The next one starts eating the chocolate and so on.
Equipment: Ten yoghurt pots and one table tennis ball are required.
Preparation: Build a yogurt pot pyramid, by placing four pots on the table and placing three on top of them, then two on top of those and then one.
Playing: Each player (or team) is given a table tennis ball and throws it in turn at the pyramid from an agreed distance. The aim is to knock down all the pots or as many pots as possible.
Winning: This game can be played just for fun; otherwise score one point for each pot knocked off the pyramid. The team or player with the highest score wins.
One chair for each player
We arrange the chairs in a circle in the middle of the room.
One player volunteers to stand in the centre of the circle because there is no spare chair for them.
As soon as someone says ‘now’ you move trying to find another place available to sit.
Please try to do this fairly and not by pushing or shoving somebody else out of their seat.
When the player in the middle manages to sit on a chair, their place in the middle of the circle is taken by another one.
This game is fun to play but there is no winner.