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Bobbing for Apples

Greetings people! Hoy os traemos una curiosidad que no todo el mundo conoce a cerca de esta celebración tan inglesa que nos envuelve estos días. Todo el mundo asocia esta fiesta con las calabazas (pumpkins) que se vacían y tallan (carve) para hacer faroles (jack o’lanterns)…

Pues resulta que la mayoría de los juegos que se realizan en las fiestas de Halloween tienen que ver con las manzanas… Curioso ¿verdad?

Aquí los tenéis, junto con un reto. Adivinad qué imagen casa con la descripción del juego que os damos:

Pass the apple

This relay Halloween game can also be played with oranges.
Line up the children in two rows, the same number of children in each line.
They have to pass the apple to the person behind them only using their chin, without using hands or dropping the apple. If the apple drops a team must start from the beginning again.

Snap Apple

Tie strings around apples and suspend them from the ceiling, a tree branch, or even use the washing line. You may need to adjust the length once your players arrive so they are at mouth height or lower.
Each player must attempt to eat the entire apple without touching it with their hands. Another prize can be given to the person who gets the first bite out of their apple. It is quite tricky, and you may want to change apples for donuts for younger children.

Bobbing for Apples

Probably the most well known and favourite Halloween game of all.
Float apples in a large basin filled with water. The object of this game is to grab one of the apples and remove it from the water using only your mouth. Hands must be kept behind player’s backs.
Be prepared with towels as the players generally get quite wet.

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