What games can you play with water balloons?
7 Water Balloon Games for Kids
- Water Balloon Basketball. Grab a bucket or box and take turns throwing the water balloons in the bucket.
- Water Balloon Baseball. You’ll need a baseball bat for this game.
- Water Balloon Squat Race.
- Duck, Duck, Splash.
- Water Balloon Ring Toss.
- Musical Chairs.
- Water Balloon Pinata.
How do you play with water balloons?
Place a water balloon on the chair, and some extra water balloons beside the chair. Each player takes a turn running to the chair, and sitting on a balloon until it pops. After they pop the balloon, they set out a new one on the chair, and run back to tag the next teammate.
How do water balloons play music chairs?
The Rules: Set up a bunch of chairs and have everyone take a seat. Hit play on a song and keep the music loud enough so everyone can hear. While the music is playing, continue to pass the water balloon around the circle, until the music stops.
How can I have fun with water?
23 Ways to Play With Water This Summer
- Ice Play. Add colored ice to your water table for a fun sensory activity.
- Splash Party. Throw a summer splash party with this idea from Jornie.
- Water Bomb.
- Squirt Gun Painting For Kids.
- DIY Car Wash.
- DIY Slip and Slide.
- Life Is Cool By The Pool.
- Ice Dinosaur.
Can you write on water balloons?
Write sight words with a sharpie on filled water balloons (see our printable sight words list for age appropriate sight words) . Have your child or student read the sight word. If they get it right they can toss it at you. There are a couple variations of this where you don’t get wet.
Can regular balloons be used as water balloons?
You can use regular party balloons in place of water balloons, but they may not pop as readily as dedicated water-fight balloons. Water balloons tend to be smaller than air and helium balloons, and they are usually made from a thinner material.
What is fun with water?
Grab a tub and fill it with water and have fun with these water activities for toddlers today!
- Paint with water.
- Make garden soup with some friends.
- Mix colored water.
- Get out the kiddie pool and add some balls.
- Wash the toys!
- Squeeze some pompoms.
- Recycle old glue bottles as water squirters.
- Float some boats.
What are some fun games to do with water balloons?
10 Water Balloon Games (For Kids, Teens & Youth Groups) 1 Water Balloon Spoon Race. 2 Water Balloon Squat Relay. 3 Water Balloon Toss. 4 Water Balloon Volleyball. 5 Water Balloon Back-to-Back Race. 6 Water Balloon Hot Potato. 7 Water Balloon Ring Toss. 8 Water Balloon Capture the Flag. 9 Duck Duck Splash! 10 Leaky Water Relay.
What’s the best way to use water balloons?
Divide a group into two teams on either side of a line, net, hose etc… Give each team a sheet or towel to toss the water balloon back and forth. Pairs of kids hold a water balloon between their backs and race to the finish line without popping it.
How many kids are in a water balloon race?
Water Balloon Race The water balloon race is best played with teams of at least 2 kids each. The more players in each team, the more fun. The goal: run the mapped out course at top speed, but without breaking the water balloon.
How many players do you need for a water balloon game?
You need at least 2 pairs of players and several water balloons. If you want to upgrade the difficulty level of the game, you can fill a regular 9 or 11 inch latex balloon with water. Two players stand back to back and place the water balloon (or regular water filled balloon) between their backs.