Creating A Messy Obstacle Course On The Cheap

We recently had a Messy Night at youth going along with our Summer Blitz program. The best game of the night was our epic Slop-sticle Course. Here’s the break down

Station #1  Kids fish gummy worms out of kiddie pool filled with kool aid and oats.

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Station #2  Kid belly flops into the pool and then crawls under some ropes, tied between chairs, while baking soda is poured over them

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Station #3 Kid crawls through a garbage bag filled with Mayo, Ketchup, Mustard and any other goodie you can think of.

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Station #4 Two kid sit in chairs. One kid puts whip cream on the face of the other and then throws popcorn, cheetos, or some other light chip at their face. I put a bag of 20 pieces on the chair and 10 must stick before they move on.

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Station #5 Manwhich Mouth. Kids empty a bowl of Manwich Sloppy Joe mix, with their mouth, onto a bun. They have to empty the whole bowl before moving on.

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Station #5 Puzzle. Two kids put together a 24-48 piece puzzle. I went to high and got 100 pices puzzles and that station took too long.

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Ingredients

Kool Aid (4 small containers)

Oats (2 generic containers)

Baking Soda (8 small boxes, usually under 60 cents each)

4 jars of Mayo (generic are around $2.50 each)

Cheetos ($3 a bag, cheaper if you go generic)

Whip Cream ( about $2.50 each)

Manwhich ( 2 medium sized cans and four bowls)

Puzzles ($1 each at the Dollar Store)

In total I spent under $60.

You can watch the video of the how the course went below

You can also listen to me talk it through on this video

I thank all my Periscope friends for offering all their ideas that made this course epically messy. Feel free to share your ideas and thoughts below.

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