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popsicle stick example; mission impossible group game

Mission Impossiblemarkers; mission impossible group game



Equipment: Markers, popsicle sticks




Before the program starts, hide markers outside over a large area. They must be visible, but hidden, and you can try to camouflage them on things that are a similar colour, and use tape to stick them to places. Make sure you only hide one of each colour, and before you hide them make sure to make an example first by drawing a line of every colour on a popsicle stick.


Give each player a popsicle stick. Show them the example and tell them that their goal is to find the markers. When they find a marker, they make a line on their popsicle stick with it and then put it back exactly where they found it. The first person to find all eight (or however many) colours wins.


Ultimate Mission Impossible!

Once you've played regular Mission Impossible a couple of times over the summer, take it to the next level with Ultimate Mission Impossible. It's just like the regular version, but while the kids are looking for the markers, the counsellors have black markers and will be trying to tag the kids. If they tag someone, that person hands them their popsicle stick and the counsellor crosses out one of the colours with the black marker. That player now has to go find that colour again to make a new line. Remember not to hide a black marker in this version.