And the game: I had all the clues and they had to complete the challenge - have a photo taken to confirm it, then come and get their next clue from me!
The first clue was hidden inside the polka-dot balloons, they had to pop it to get it out
Ian buried the two treasure boxes and made some fake holes to confuse them (heheee) - it worked!!!
This is one of the favourite challenges - they had to make a marshmallow pop - and NOT eat it yet (a couple of them bit them and then realised!
Teams of 5 meant at least 1 person had to paint their toes...
they loved this
Funny they didn't read the clue properly for this one - I had to send them back for blue pegs only!!
It's amazing how quickly kids can sign their name in chalk!
The grass had recently been mown so too easy to find.... perhaps mix colours next time or put names on them and they find their own?
Dad was the photographer and got yelled at each time they finished a challenge as they couldn't get their next slue until he had a photo of them, it was hilarious - he had no idea where to be - just came when they yelled finished!!
Feel free to create your own Amazing Birthday race and adapt to your kids' likes and age... let me know if you do or you want help. The rhyming of the clues is easier than you think!
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