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Minute to Win It

Last night for evening class we had ‘Minute to Win It’ and Noel and I ran it.

We had 5 teams in total. ‘Minute to Win It’ is basically using household items and playing minor games within a minute. The one that I enjoyed the most was the Ping Pong ball into a bucket. Each contestant has a bucket taped onto a helmet and they must bounce the ball off the table into the bucket without the ball bouncing out. It was heaps of fun running the class. It built my confidence by having to speak up. It felt great to run something.

By Tima, (5/06/2014)


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