Top 10 Wintertime Neighborhood Games

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Powder Puff Football


This game requires two teams of at least three players each.

To start, mark off your "field" by using a spray bottle filled with colored water. Make a large rectangle with a center line, and have each team line up at opposite ends of the field for a kickoff.

When a member of the receiving team catches the ball, he tries to advance down the field towards the other team's goal line by running the ball or passing it to a teammate (much the same as a regular game of football).

A player is "tackled" when he is tagged by a member of the opposite teams, or slides out of bounds.

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