But! Onto the fun part--the games! We have done two Minute to Win It programs in the past and they are such a joy to plan. I love seeing our normal supplies get twisted into games and I also enjoy the logistical aspects of putting this program on. Each one requires a slightly different set up.
The games I chose this time around were: Stack Attack, Floatacious, Back Flip, Don't Blow the Joker, and A Bit Dicey. I put together a YouTube playlist so you can learn the rules:
Here's a list of the supplies you need for each game (per player in each round):
Back Flip: 6-8 pencils
Stack Attack: 28 plastic cups (video says 36, whichever works better for you)
Don't Blow the Joker: 1 soda pop bottle (you can use new ones or wash ones out of the recycling and fill with water) and a deck of cards
A Bit Dicey: Popsicle sticks and 6 die
Floatacious: 6 soda pop cans with the tabs removed, a bowl filled with water, and a plastic plate
I like to make signs for the stations because it makes it look more polished.