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Ground games

Fun ground games are a great way to get children motivated to play at lunchtime, just by painting some lines and shapes on concrete. Resene has enlisted the help of Mark Rayner to create some new ground games that you can recreate at your school or in your backyard. Follow the template sheets and instructions.

Create a snakes and ladders game variation
Up and down

Use a selection of colours from the Resene KidzColour range to create this funky variation on snakes and ladders... view
Make a Hopstar game

Use Resene laumbersider Enamacryl Metallic paint to create this hoptastic game (hopscotch inspired)... view
Aceball game

Bounce to it and prepare to be challenged with this fast action game... view
Jump snakes game
Jump snakes

Jump the colourful snakes to become the winner in this super fun game... view
Beat the clock game
Beat the clock

Use a selection of bright greens from the Resene KidzColour range to create this clocktastic team game... view
Walk the plank game
Walk the plank!

Heave-ho, me hearties! Use bright Resene colours to create this pirate-tastic game... view
Rainbow tag game
Rainbow tag

Go rainbow-tastic with this bright and colourful game of tag using a selection of vibrant Resene colours... view
Cat dog rat game
Cat dog rat

Jump to it with this colourful variatiomn on 'Scissors, Paper, Rock'... view
Train tracks game
Train tracks

Get on track and see who drives the fastest train with this colourful playground game... view
Zig zag relay game
Zig zag relay

Use Resene Non-Skid Deck & Path paint to get a good foothold with this cool relay game... view

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