We are planning for a small’ish homeschool Halloween party that we will have here on Wednesday with my friend Kim’s kids. Wouldn’t it be so much fun to have a toilet paper mummy relay? My kids have never done this before. So we gave it a try. Ya know, a little prepping never hurt anybody.
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There are a couple of ways you can do this. I did not want for each child to use two or three rolls of toilet paper. I figured it would be just as much fun to see how much of your body you can cover with one roll and how fast you can do it.
Anthony went first since he is the biggest and the oldest. It was not fair for the little kids to compete with him.
I set the stop watch on my phone and he started wrapping with his little brothers cheering him on.
The toilet paper would break, but he just kept going.
His time was three minutes!
Nick and Luke were next and since they are about the same size and the same age we did not set the timer. This was a race to see who could get done first.
Nick is so meticulous and thorough.
Luke’s toilet paper kept breaking which gave him the perfect opportunity to act like the clown of the group.
Nick was pretty proud of himself. His wrapping was so smooth.
Luke could not help but to boast and make us laugh.
Nick finished first. He is so coy.
We wrapped all the toilet paper back up onto the rolls. Rest assured, no toilet paper was wasted in this relay. This stuff is like gold at my house.
Are you hosting a Halloween party at your house? Have your kids ever done a mummy relay before? It really is super fun and such a simple game from our childhood. My boys loved it! We are so ready for Wednesday!
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Tell me about the fun Halloween games you will be playing or about the time your kids did a mummy relay! I would love to hear about it!