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beats a good old fashioned snowball fight for winter fun. Kids enjoy
making snowballs as much as they enjoy throwing them and even being
hit with them. It is the equivalent of a water balloon fight in
A fun twist on the snowball fight can be found in the challenging
game of snowball warfare. In this fun winter game teams use warfare
strategies to attack or defend a snow fort.
The larger the group is the more fun to be had. The first step
is dividing the group into two teams. One team defends the snow
fort, while the other attacks it. Each team uses different colored
flags to represent them. The goal is to defeat the other team by
obtaining their flag.
The attacking team must get to the flag of the defending team and
replace it with their own. This signifies a defeat of the snow fort
and a battle win for the attackers. The defending team, on the other
hand, must defend their flag at all costs and can hasten their victory
by obtaining the attackers flag and bringing it to their own fortifications.
Such brave actions will bring the battle to a halt with a victory
for the defenders.
The battle between the attackers and the defenders is fought with
the use of snowballs. The soldiers of this game attempt to obtain
their goal by taking down their opponents with snowballs. Getting
hit with one will result in your becoming a prisoner of war. POWs
cannot be forced to fight against their own team, but can be used
to help make snowballs for battle. Players can use shields to defend
This fun and exciting game is a game of strategy and wit. It can
be played for hours on end or for as long as the kids can endure
the elements. There are some safety rules that should always be
in place, though. Players should never be allowed to use water-soaked
or icy snowballs. Snowballs are the only method of battle. Physical
combat of any sort should never be allowed. Snowball warfare is
meant to be fun and invigorating and should never cause injury or
harm to the players.
With safety rules in mind, and armed with a trusty shield and hefty
snowball in hand, your little soldier will be ready for an engaging
and invigorating game of snowball warfare. This exciting game will
forever change the way your child views a snowball fight and is
sure to be the highlight of every winter season.
One of the best things about winter is the snow. And one of the
best things about snow is the fun and games that it allows.
Sports and Activities
Wintertime often sparks cabin fever, creating a feeling of seclusion,
boredom and depression in many people.
For most of us, ice skating is merely recreational, whether ice
hockey or simply ice skating in a rink.