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Dinosaur Tag

Dinosaur Tag

This is a game we created for Little Dragons Dino Party.  We used this game as a kind of ice breaker/opener.

I bought these awesome masks at Wal-Mart for $.97.  There were two of each face, which was perfect for this game.

We had about 15 kids at the party which is a great amount for Dinosaur tag.

To start the game you have to round up the kids.
Next we picked 2 dinosaurs and they got to put on their cool dinosaur masks!

The Dinosaurs had to chase around the other kids and tag them.
When someone got tagged they had to stand in the cage (we used the climbing dome for our cage but you could use any area you designate as 'cage' or 'jail')

Now the tricky part is tagging all of the kids quickly because the kids that have not been tagged can free the other kids from the cage by tagging them.

This is a fast paced game and we played multiple rounds rotating who got to be a dinosaur.  I do have to say I had never played game of tag where so many people wanted to be a dinosaur.  :)

I didn't get any pictures during the party of this game because we were so busy entertaining but we still have the masks and Little Dragon and I took a couple pictures together just for you! 


Thanks for reading, liking, and sharing! 

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