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Cotton Ball Games

Cotton batting is practically weightless, fits in every game case and can be used in so many games that it can save a game evening.

  1. Cotton Ball Vacuum

    A cotton ball is “vacuumed” with a straw and passed on to the second player who then “vacuums” the cotton ball and passes it on to the next player…

  2. Cotton Ball Transfer

    The player is blindfolded and has a bowl full of cotton balls on his lap. Using only a wooden spoon, he must take the cotton balls out of the bowl on his lap and put them into an empty bowl that is on his head. How many cotton balls can he transfer within one minute?

  1. Cotton Ball Blowing

    2 teams sit across from each other at a table or table tennis table. A cotton ball must be blown off the other side of the table. The players are not allowed to use their bodies to touch the cotton ball. When a big group is playing, use a second cotton ball.

  2. Cotton Ball Obstacle Course

    Build a small obstacle course on the floor or on a table. A cotton ball is blown from the start through/over all obstacles to the goal. Then the next player takes his turn. A minus point is given for each mistake.

  3. Balloon Propulsion

    A cotton ball is blown across a certain distance with the help of a balloon. (Let the air out of the balloon to blow the cotton ball.) The winner is the team who can blow the cotton ball the fastest to the goal.

  4. Cotton Ball Battle

    Each group gets a bag of cotton, out of which so many as possible cotton balls are to be made. Then the battle begins. Which team has the least cotton balls laying on its field? Or, which team has the least cotton balls sticking to their clothing?

  5. Cotton Ball Fan

    Cotton balls are “fanned” from the starting point to the goal using a paper fan or table tennis paddle. The cotton ball can not be touched by the fan.

  1. Bellows Power

    Cotton balls are blown using a bellows from the starting point to the goal. The cotton ball can not be touched.

  2. Cotton wool mountain

    The task is to pass on cotton wool balls along the line with a spoon and pile them into a cotton wool mountain. The highest mountain wins.

  3. The indoor snowball fight

    An indoor snowball fight with paper balls, polystyrene balls or cotton wool.


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