What You'll Need:
- A Large, White Sheet
- A Black Marker
- Two Pants Hangers
At the Party:
- Use a black marker to draw a large outline of a rabbit on a white sheet.
- Cut out two holes where the eyes would be. (Note: The holes should be at an appropriate height for an average-sized child to see through them. Smaller children may still need to stand on a stool during their turn as the rabbit.)
- If desired, draw a nose and mouth below the eyeholes.
- Finally, attach two pants hangers to the top of the sheet, and hang it from a doorjamb.
- Divide the children into two equal teams, and make sure that each team knows the names of the members of the opposing team.
- Send one team into the room behind the sheet, and have the other team sit on the floor facing the sheet.
- From the hidden team, select one team member at a time to look through the holes in the sheet.
- The opposing team has five seconds to look at the "rabbit's" eyes and guess its identity; they get one point for every correct guess.
- After everyone on a team has had a chance to be a rabbit, the teams switch places, and the score is kept for the opposing team's guesses.
- The team with the most points after both rounds wins.
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